Peter works with senior executives and their organizations in the areas of marketing strategy, innovation, and organization development. As the architect of the CMO of the Futuresm initiative, and with more than 28 years of marketing, sales and general management experience, Peter McNally has a track record of delivering breakthrough results and thinking.
Peter spent the first 14 years of his career at PepsiCo, with the Frito-Lay, Taco Bell and Pizza Hut divisions. As the Vice President of Brand Marketing for Frito-Lay, Peter led the development and introduction of Tostitos Restaurant Style Tortilla Chips, executing one of the most successful new consumer packaged goods products of the 1990s. Just 4 years out of Babson College, he co-developed and implemented a proprietary “people development” program for the Frito-Lay Marketing function. Peter has held positions as the CMO for Au Bon Pain, American Security Group, SVP Strategic Planning for Assurant Group, Manager Director at Cyberstarts, and CEO of Sunaro Inc.
For the past seven years, Peter has been consulting with organizations that include Ocean Spray Cranberries, Heineken USA, Pfizer, Signature Healthcare, Yahoo!, MetLife, Coca-Cola, Georgia Pacific, T-Mobile USA, Walgreens and Walmart.
Peter earned a Bachelor’s degree in Management from Babson College in 1980. He received the Babson Alumni Distinguished Service award in 1999. He is on the Board of Primary Knowledge Inc. Peter resides in Atlanta, Georgia where he enjoys fly fishing, tennis, cooking, and riding dirt bikes with his family.
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