Vice President of Global Design and Development for Nutrition Ventures, PepsiCo
Dondeena Bradley is vice president of global design and development for nutrition ventures at PepsiCo. She is responsible for designing new solutions that target special nutritional needs of consumers with diverse health issues like obesity and diabetes. Previously, Bradley led PepsiCo’s nutrition organization, which is responsible for delivering global strategies for nutrition standards, nutrient fortification, and education programs. These three areas help to increase the capabilities of the global R&D team and support PepsiCo’s human sustainability goals. Prior to joining PepsiCo in 2007, Bradley led the strategic marketing team accountable for the development of nutrition technology platforms and company-wide strategic planning for McNeil Nutritionals, a division of Johnson and Johnson. Previously, she held numerous roles in the areas of nutrition and health with M&M Mars, Stepan Chemical, and Campbell Soup. Bradley also founded her own business focused on health called Conceptual Ventures.