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At Nike, we excel as a team. The Nike environment is a collaborative, matrix organization, where team members often report into two areas, such as a geography and a global function. In the Nike brand, teams work across footwear, apparel and equipment product engines; our core consumer categories - action sports, basketball, football (soccer), men's training, running, sportswear, and women's training; and in our six geographies - North America, Western Europe, Eastern/Central Europe, Greater China, Japan, and Emerging Markets. Our NIKE, Inc. affiliate brands operate in a similarly collaborative way, as well as critical corporate functions.

Below are select members of Nike's global senior team that lead our business and growth strategies. For a more complete list - Click Here

Philip H. Knight , , , Chairman of the Board of Directors

Mr. Knight, a director since 1968, is Chairman of the Board of Directors of NIKE. Mr. Knight is a co-founder of the Company and, except for the period from June 1983 through September 1984, served as its President from 1968 to 1990, and from June 2000 to 2004. Prior to 1968, Mr. Knight was a certified public accountant with Price Waterhouse and Coopers & Lybrand and was an Assistant Professor of Business Administration at Portland State University. Mr. Knight led NIKE from a small partnership founded on a handshake to the world’s largest footwear, apparel, and equipment company.

Mark Parker , , , President & Chief Executive Officer, NIKE, Inc.

Mr. Parker, 56, has been President and Chief Executive Officer and a director since 2006. He has been employed by NIKE since 1979 with primary responsibilities in product research, design and development, marketing, and brand management. Mr. Parker was appointed divisional Vice President in charge of development in 1987, corporate Vice President in 1989, General Manager in 1993, Vice President of Global Footwear in 1998, and President of the NIKE Brand in 2001. In addition to helping lead the continued growth of the Nike brand, Parker is responsible for the growth of NIKE, Inc.'s global business portfolio, which includes Converse Inc., and Hurley International LLC.

Don Blair , , , Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer

For more than 10 years, Don Blair has been NIKE, Inc.’s Chief Financial Officer and a principal architect of the company’s strategies for delivering sustainable, profitable growth. He is responsible for the company’s finance, investor relations and strategic planning functions and for the last several years was named one of the best CFOs in the U.S. by a leading investment community publication.
Before joining Nike, Blair held a series of U.S. and Asia-based finance and strategic planning positions over a 15-year career at PepsiCo.

Trevor Edwards , , , President, NIKE Brand

As President of the NIKE Brand, Edwards is responsible for leading all category and geographic business units, the Jordan Brand and Action Sports, which includes Hurley International LLC, Digital Sport and brand management throughout the world as well as leading NIKE's wholesale, retail and e-commerce operations.
Edwards was previously Global Brand & Category Management Executive Vice President, where he was responsible for helping to drive the NIKE Brand growth strategy by leading its category business units globally.
Edwards joined the company in 1992 as a Regional Marketing Manager and has held senior marketing positions in the Americas, the Europe/Middle East/Africa region, the U.S. and Global Brand Management. Edwards has led some of the brand’s most significant break-through innovations, including spearheading the creation of Nike+, a revolutionary sports training experience that connects digitally enabled footwear with digital services. He has also helped transform the digital landscape and position Nike as a leader by using social media to connect with consumers globally.

Jeanne P. Jackson , , , President, Product & Merchandising

As President, Product and Merchandising, Jackson leads NIKE's product engines and merchandising. Jackson is responsible for driving the strategy for creating all footwear, apparel and equipment for the company and leading the merchandising of product to the global marketplace.
Jackson was previously the President of Direct-to-Consumer for NIKE, Inc., where she oversaw the company’s global consumer-direct efforts, aligning the power of Nike’s brands to deliver a compelling consumer experience at retail and online. Jackson’s career spans 30 years in Retailing and Marketing, having served as CEO of Walmart.com, CEO of Gap, Inc. Direct, President and CEO of Banana Republic. She’s also held retail leadership roles with Victoria’s Secret, The Walt Disney Company, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Federated Department Stores. Jackson is a recognized industry leader, with profiles in Business Week’s “Top 25 Managers of the Year,” Fortune’s “The Fifty Most Powerful Women in American Business,” and “America’s Most Influential Women” by Vanity Fair.

Eric Sprunk , , , Chief Operating Officer

Eric Sprunk is NIKE, Inc's Chief Operating Officer leading all manufacturing, sourcing, IT and procurement for the company. Sprunk also oversees the company's efforts to drive innovation in the supply chain.
Sprunk was previously Executive Vice President of Merchandising & Product where he was responsible for all NIKE Brand product across the company’s footwear, equipment and apparel engines from design and development to manufacturing and sourcing, delivering compelling stories to Nike consumers.
Sprunk joined Nike in 1993 and has worked in senior financial, product and global management roles. His most recent position was Vice President of Global Footwear where he drove the footwear creation process – developing new concepts, driving innovation and ensuring supply chain management across the product categories. Before Nike, Eric was an executive at Price Waterhouse managing the Nike account.

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