Former Amazon executive joins global consumer goods giant, will drive operational excellence across Northeast region distribution centers

NEW YORK, NY (July 18, 2019) – O’Neill Consulting, the executive search firm making high impact hires, has recruited Liz Nagle as logistics, distribution, and transportation director for PepsiCo, Inc. (NASDAQ: PEP), the leading multinational food, snack, and beverage corporation.

As a leader of multiple distribution centers within PepsiCo’s chilled beverage network, Nagle has full P&L responsibility and direct oversight of facility operations, finance, sales, and human resources. Focused on organizational development, she will also drive continuous improvement in the areas of customer service, warehouse performance, and employee engagement.

“I’m excited to join such an iconic brand and talented team, with not only a strong desire to win, but a strong purpose,” said Nagle. “As a member of a dynamic supply chain, I look forward to continuing to drive performance excellence across the Northeast region.”

Nagle is an accomplished operations leader and military veteran with more than 10 years of experience with leading organizations such as Amazon, McKinsey & Company, and the U.S. Army. Most recently, she served as assistant general manager at Amazon, overseeing all daily operations for its largest fulfillment center in the Northeast. Prior to that, she held operations-focused consulting roles serving large-scale clients within the consumer goods industry. Having launched her career in the U.S. Army, she gained an early foundation in operational strategy and execution. Nagle earned a B.S., Civil Engineering from the United States Military Academy at West Point.

Nagle was identified as the ideal candidate only 20 days into a rigorous search process led by O’Neill Consulting Client Partner Oliver Poor.

“PepsiCo and Liz are an outstanding match. Both are capable, purpose-driven leaders committed to doing business the right way.” said Poor. “We’re grateful to play a role in matching PepsiCo with not only a great operations leader, but an accomplished military veteran.”

He added, “Hiring heroes should be emphasized across all corporate America.”

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