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David Mackay is a member of ...
David Mackay is a member of the People Policy Committee and the Nomination Committee.
Mr Mackay has a Bachelor of Business Administration from Charles Sturt University.
has extensive Australian and international retail and consumer goods experience.
He had a long career with Kellogg Company in America and internationally, retiring as Chief Executive Officer and President of Kellogg Company in 2011 after holding a number of key positions within the company in the United Kingdom and the United States of America.
Throughout his time at Kellogg, Mr Mackay was a member of Kellogg Company's board and the company's global leadership team.
Mr Mackay was an Independent Director and Non-executive Chairman of Beam, Inc (2011 to April 2014), Managing Director of Sara Lee Bakery in Australia (1992 to 1998) and a former Director and Board Member of the Grocery Manufacturers of Australia, the Australian Food Council, the Industry Affairs Council of the Grocery Manufacturers of America, the Executive Committee of the Biscuit and Cracker Manufacturers' Association and a member of the Global Consumer Goods Forum.
Mr Mackay is a Director of Fortune Brands Home & Security Inc. (since 2011) and Keurig Green Mountain, Inc. (since 2012).
He is a member of the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts (Trustee) (since 2009).
Mr Mackay was appointed a Director of Woolworths Limited in January 2012.
Fortune Brands Home & Security - Committee Composition
A. D. David Mackay
Member of Audit Committee
A. D. Mackay
David serves as a member of the Audit and Compensation Committees.
Before retiring in 2011, David held a number of key positions at Kellogg Company in the United States, Australia, United Kingdom, and Ireland, retiring as president and chief executive officer.
He was also a member of Kellogg Company's board of directors and executive management committee.
David currently serves as Non-executive Chairman of the Board of Directors of Beam Inc. and as a Director of Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc. and Woolworths Limited.
David received a bachelor of business degree from Charles Stuart University, Australia.
Kellogg Annual Report 2007 - Form 10-K Proxy
President and Chief Executive Officer
Based on our review of these reports and written certifications provided to us, we believe that the filing requirements for all of these reporting persons were complied with, except that one Form 4 for each of Alan Andrews, Donna Banks, John Bryant, Celeste Clark, David Mackay
, Jeff Montie, Gary Pilnick and Kathleen Wilson-Thompson was inadvertently filed late by Kellogg
Mr. Jenness and Mr. Mackay
attend committee meetings as members of management, other than portions of those meetings held in executive session.
The Board recommends that the Shareowners vote "FOR" the following nominees: David Mackay
, Sterling Speirn and Dr. John Zabriskie.
Mr. Mackay, age 52, has served as a Kellogg Director since February 2005.
On December 31, 2006, he assumed the role as our President and Chief Executive Officer after having served as our President and Chief Operating Officer since September 2003.
Mr. Mackay joined Kellogg Australia in 1985 and held several positions with Kellogg USA, Kellogg Australia and Kellogg New Zealand before leaving Kellogg in 1992.
He rejoined Kellogg Australia in 1998 as managing director and was appointed managing director of Kellogg United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland later in 1998.
He was named Senior Vice President and President, Kellogg USA in July 2000, Executive Vice President in November 2000 and President and Chief Operating Officer in September 2003.
He is also a director of Fortune Brands, Inc.
For information about the compensation of Mr. Mackay, our President and Chief Executive Officer, refer to "Executive Compensation" beginning on page 30.
and Mr. Jenness are expected to comply with the stock ownership guidelines described in "Compensation Discussion and Analysis - Executive Compensation Policies - Executive Stock Ownership Guidelines."
For example, about 70% of the 2007 target compensation (salary, annual incentives and long-term incentives) for Mr. Mackay
was comprised of equity-based incentives.
Mr. Mackay's annualized base salary increased from $907,000 in 2006 to $1.1 million in 2007 in connection with becoming Chief Executive Officer on December 31, 2006, and in order to maintain market competitiveness for his base salary.
For example, Mr. Mackay's
amount is calculated by multiplying his
AIP Target Amount of $1,375,000 by 155%.
for 2006, (1) the 2005-2007 EPP awards granted in 2005 and, in the case of Mr. Mackay, an increase to his 2005-2007 EPP award resulting from him assuming the role of Chief Executive Officer, (2) the 2006-2008 EPP awards granted in 2006 and (3) restricted stock awards.
In 2006, Mr. Mackay
became retirement eligible.
If Mr. Mackay
were not considered retirement eligible, his
"Total Compensation" in 2006 would have been $9,861,662, (as opposed to $13,233,088, which appears in the table).
is considered retirement eligible.
is considered retirement eligible.
Canadian Association of Agri-Retailers
David MacKay, President & CEO
Direct Line: 204.989.9303
Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots.
About Dave: Dave joined CAAR on February 1, 2007.
served as Campaign Spokesperson and Press Secretary for Winnipeg Mayor Sam Katz during his
successful bid for re-election in the fall of 2006.
He also served as the first Executive Director for the Canadian International Pharmacy Association (CIPA) based in Winnipeg.
led the organization and its 35 members through dramatic start-up growth, while managing a challenging media and government relations mandate.
role as spokesperson for CIPA
effectively lobbied elected officials and bureaucrats in all levels of government including members of the U.S. Congress
leadership, the association successfully navigated numerous viability threats and extraordinary opposition from special interest groups.
spare time, Dave
enjoys cooking, kayaking, and spending time with his
2 young sons.
Canada Drug Talk: News
"I believe it is to drive us out of business because it is a complete cutoff," said Dave MacKay, chief executive of the Canadian International Pharmacy Association.
...According to Dave MacKay, executive director of the Canadian International Pharmacy Association (CIPA), Canada may eliminate prescription drug exportation as early as next month due to political pressure in the form of intimidation tactics and possibly trade concessions from the Bush Administration.
Despite extensive pressure on the Canadian government to resist, MacKay
adds that the industry needs your support now.
"We'd appreciate your assistance in our fight to provide you, and other Americans
, with affordable prescription medications," says MacKay
...(President) Bush "is getting Canada to do the dirty work" of shutting down a cheap supply of foreign-made drugs that are popular with American consumers ... , charged David MacKay, executive director of (CIPA).
said Canadian authorities "turned on a dime" after that meeting.He said he has learned that "President Bush threw out an ultimatum," demanding that Canada shut down the mail-order sales, possibly in exchange for U.S. concessions in lifting the ban on imports of Canadian beef.
..."No other issue has ever made us so nervous," said David MacKay, director of the Canadian International Pharmacy Association.
It is unbelievable, but I would rather debate ethics than break a law, especially if the practice enhances safety rather than detracts from it," says (Executive Director of Canadian International Pharmacy Association
Mr. (David) MacKay (executive director of the Canadian International Pharmacy Association) said that concern is unwarranted because Canadian mail-order pharmacies fill only drug requests that are accompanied by an American doctor's prescription.
doctor is a second pair of professional medical eyes that simply checks what is already an existing prescription from an American physician who has seen the patient.How many Canadians feel they have to see two doctors to get their [cholesterol-fighting drug] Lipitor?"he