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Starbucks Corporation

Chief Executive Officer


Howard Schultz
decisions

Entails being ultimately responsible for all day-to-day management


and for implementing the Company's long and short term plans.
The CEO acts as a direct liaison between the Board and management
of the Company and communicates to the Board on behalf of
management.

President/Chief Operating Officer


Kevin Johnson
Leading the companys global operating businesses across the
Ameraicas, EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa) and China/Asia
Pacific, as well as Starbucks supply chain, information technology and
mobile and digital platforms more than 23,000 stores worldwide.

Executive Vice
President,
General
Counsel and
Secretary

Executive Vice
President,
and Chief
Financial
Officer

Lucy Lee Helm

Scott Maw

Leads the global


law and Corporate Affairs
department, including 210 legal and
compliance partners in 16 offices
around the world. She also serves
as a member of Starbucks senior
leadership and supports the board
of directors.

Executive Vice
President,
Global Coffee
Craig Russell
Serves as the
company voice and advocate for
coffee and its business strategy, all
aspects of coffee category,
innovation, education, and
engagement.

Responsible for the


global financial organization.

Executive Vice
President,
and Chief
Partner
(Human)
Resources
Officer
Scott Pitasky
Leads Starbucks
global partner (human) resources
organization.

Executive Vice
President, Public
Affairs
Vivek Varma
Responsible for Starbucks
communication, community efforts, global
responsibility, public policy, and partner
engagement teams across the globe.

Group President US
Americas, Teavana
Cliff Burrows
Responsible for all of
Starbucks operations in
the United States, Canada, Latin America,
as well as the expansion of Teavana retail
stores and the integration of Teavana into
Starbucks . It is his mission to ensure that
the Starbucks Experience is delivered to
customers and partners.

President Global
Channel
Development
Michael Conway
Responsible for
Starbucks Channel Development
business. The business unit is made up
of its consumer packaged goods (CPG)
portfolio and Branded solutions, which
includes licensed stores and foodservice.

Executive Vice
President Global
Supply Chain
Deverl Maserang
Accountable for end-toend- supply chain operations globally
spanning manufacturing

Executive Vice
President and
President, Teavana
Annie Young Scrivner
Responsible for
transforming the tea category and bringing
new and innovative Teavana products in
Starbucks and Teavana retail stores and
through other channels.

Group President
Starbucks Coffee
China and Asia
Pacific, Channel
Development and
Emerging Brands
John Culver
Leads the companys
global Channel Development and
Emerging Brands portfolio while
overseeing the growth of the companys
fastest-growing retail segment in China and
Asia Pacific region, which includes
Australia, South Korea, New Zealand,
India, Indonesia, Japan, Philippines, and
Malaysia.

President Evolution
Fresh
Jeff Jansberry
Responsible for the
Evolution Fresh business unit within
Starbucks, overseeing sales, brand
management, cold-pressed juice
authority, product development, finance,
and partner resources.

Chief Creative
Officer and
President, Global
Innovation and
Evolution Fresh
Retail

Global Chief
Marketing Officer
Sharon Rothstein

Arthur Rubinfield
Leads Starbucks global
store design strategy for the companys
more than 19,000 retail stores around the
world.

Responsibility for
stewardship of the
Starbucks brand as well
as that of the companys emerging
brands, including Seattles Best Coffee,
Evolution Fresh, La Boulange, Tazo and
Teavana.

Chief Community
Officer

Global Chief
Strategy Officer

Blair Taylor

Matthew Ryan
Responsible for
Starbucks long-term
strategic planning process, improving the
monetization of Starbucks retail, channel
and emerging brands and strengthening
the companys fast-growing customer
relationship management and loyalty
capabilities.

Leads Starbucks efforts


to help communities
thrive through the companys community,
government relations, diversity and global
responsibility efforts.

Chief Digital
Officer
Adam Brotman
Leads Starbucks core
digital businesses,
including mobile and
mobile payments, web card, loyalty, ecommerce, WI-FI and Starbucks Digital
Network.

Production
Departments

Shipping
Departments

Retail Departments
Starbucks branches

Outsourcing Departments