The UK’s Procurement Magazine recently announced its top 100 CPOs, celebrating the best from around the world who are leading the charge when it comes to investment, innovation and advancing the procurement function through strategic opportunities.
Taking out the number one spot was Jennifer Moceri, Chief Procurement Officer at Google who Procurement Magazine notes has extensive experience in the consumer, automotive and food ingredients industries while being recognised for her accountability, resilience and relentless focus on continuous improvement.
Willem Uijen from Unilever claimed second place having worked across numerous supply chain disciplines for the company before becoming CPO in 2022, followed by Patricia Stroup from Nestle who has been with the company for more than 15 years leading the sourcing of diverse materials and services.
Rhonda England from Deloitte took the fourth spot while Sashi Mandapaty from Johnson & Johnson rounded out the top 5.
Completing the impressive top 10 were Daniel Coe, The Coca-Cola Company (6), Klaus Staubitzer, Siemens (7), Ninian Wilson, Vodafone (8), Alexandra Lopez, Cisco (9) and Natasha Gurevich, Nike (10).
The list includes some of the biggest names in global procurement today, featuring the CPOs who are shaping the industry and bringing about positive change. Check out the full list here.