Executive Luncheon Series presents Scott McClelland , President of H-E-B - Houston | [event details]
HBS Club of Houston
Executive Luncheon Series presents Scott McClelland , President of H-E-B - Houston
11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
The Petroleum Club
800 Bell Street, 43rd Floor Houston, TX 77002
Please join us on Friday, November 11th at the Executive Luncheon Series at The Petroleum Club featuring speaker Scott McClelland, President of H-E-B - Houston.
Scott B. McClelland is the President of H-E-B's Houston Division.
Founded in 1905 in Kerrville, Texas, H-E-B
is the 11th largest grocery chain in the United States with more than 71,000 employees and 325 stores in Texas and northern Mexico.
is responsible for H-E-B's
operations in Houston, east Texas and at Mi Tienda, H-E-B's Latino focused format located in South Houston.
entered into the Houston market in the early '90's with small format pantry stores.
Under Scott's direction, H-E-B
has repositioned itself to larger Food/Drug combination stores with a focus on perishables, innovative products and low prices.
Scott joined H-E-B in 1990 as Vice President of Operations.
After transferring to corporate headquarters in San Antonio in 1991, Scott held several leadership positions for the company including Vice President of General Merchandise and Group Vice President of Drug Store.
In 1995 he was promoted to Senior Vice President of Marketing and was named Chief Marketing Officer in 2000.
Scott's responsibilities expanded to include Central Market in 2001.
In 2003 he moved to Houston and was named President of the division.
Born and raised in southern California, Scott graduated from University of Southern California with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration.
He is a graduate of Harvard's Advanced Management Program.
Prior to joining H-E-B, Scott worked for Pepsico's Frito Lay division for 10 years.
Scott is a board member of the Greater Houston Partnership as well as Memorial Hermann Hospital Systems.
He is the board chair of the Houston Food Bank and also has headed up their nearly completed $55mm capital campaign.
spearheaded Houston's Super Bowl Food Drive, which is now the largest in the state and annually collects 3 million pounds of food for Houston's hungry.
wife Soraya have two daughters, Colleen and Megan.