Vamsi Mohan is President of Coca-Cola South Pacific and has been part of The
Vamsi has extensive experience with the
Previously, Vamsi served as the Region Director for company-owned bottling businesses in Vietnam, Cambodia and Myanmar. He was also the Chief Executive Officer of the company’s bottling operations in Vietnam and Cambodia and was instrumental in driving sustainable growth in our Vietnam business. In Vietnam, Vamsi led the launch of the company’s global initiative EKOCENTER which brings together governments, NGOs and the private sector to provide clean water, solar power and community hubs to communities in need. Prior to that Vamsi was General Manager for Coca-Cola in Malaysia where he established a green-field bottling operation and helped build a highly engaged local operation with over 800 associates from the ground up.
Vamsi joined the Coca-Cola system in India in 1998 and has held various leadership roles in operations, market execution and general management. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Electronics and Communications Engineering and an MBA from the Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta, India. He has also completed the Advanced Management Program from Harvard Business School.
Vamsi sits on the board of directors for the American Chamber of Commerce in Australia.
Lucie started with the The
Lucie started her marketing career working for Unilever where she held a variety of marketing roles in the UK and Netherlands spanning healthcare, frozen food and ice cream categories over a 10 year period and across both strategic and operational roles.
Lucie also spent 5 years working for Boots Healthcare and 4 years as Marketing Director for Campbell Arnotts in Australia.
Christine Black is public affairs and communications director for
Christine also has extensive experience in government advisory positions, having led the office of the NSW Attorney-General. She has also been a senior policy and media adviser to the NSW Minister for Health.
Michael Davis is IT client engagement director and APAC marketing lead for
With over 20 years' experience in senior IT executive roles for some of Australia's largest organisations, Michael's accomplishments are based on strategy development and execution, delivering business enabling programs across many geographies.
Prior to joining
Carlos Diaz Rigby
Carlos Diaz Rigby is commercial operations director for
Commencing his career with The
Prior to this, Carlos held the role of franchise operations director in both Venuzuela and the South Carribean, the latter of which involved responsibility for overall business results and included dealing with 11 bottlers and 14 countries.
The former technical director of the
Patrick Jordan is the Human Resources Director for
Patrick’s HR background and experience has grown with the
Thierry has spent 19 years with The
After working in West Africa for a French development agency and for accounting firm Arthur Andersen in France and central Europe, Thierry joined The
Thierry moved to Asia in 1998 and held various finance positions in Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand (where he was seconded to BPW, a Nestlé–Coca-Cola joint venture) before relocating to Shanghai in 2005 as deputy-CFO for the China business unit. He was promoted to vice-president and CFO in 2008.
Since joining the business unit, Greishma has held a variety of roles in marketing, working on brands such as Powerade and
Sarah Susak is business unit legal counsel for
After several years as a solicitor at one of Sydney’s elite private law practices, Sarah spent more than seven years with Colgate-Palmolive, starting as corporate counsel for the South Pacific business. Her career with Colgate took her to Geneva, Paris and the United States in her specialist role as marketing legal director, responsible for the African, Middle East, European and South Pacific divisions.