The board of directors of The Coca-Cola Company announced the election of three new corporate officers.
Felix Poh has been elected vice president. He oversees strategy and corporate development. Poh, who joined the company in January, came to Coca-Cola after an extensive career with McKinsey & Co., which included global projects on behalf of Coca-Cola in China, Japan and many other countries.
Neeraj Tolmare has been elected vice president. He is global chief information officer and oversees the company’s information, data and digital organizations, closely partnering with Platform Services. Tolmare joined the company in 2018 as global head of Digital & Innovation. His career includes prior executive roles at HP Inc., Cisco Systems, Palm Inc. and Infosys Consulting leading digital, commerce and technology organizations.
Mark Westfall has been elected vice president. He is chief services officer, also within Platform Services. He oversees a global organization that provides support for finance; procurement; supply chain and technical; marketing and public affairs, communications and sustainability; human resources; workplace; security; value delivery; and legal. He previously served as chief procurement officer and has been with Coca-Cola since 2009. Previously, he worked for Anheuser-Busch and Ernst & Young.
All three leaders started their current positions Oct. 1, and their elections as corporate officers are effective immediately. All report to John Murphy, the company’s president and chief financial officer.