In previous roles, he was vice president of supply chain for the international division, vice president of global logistics and vice president of supply chain for the cleaning division.
McDonald also worked in various management and field-based supply chain positions. He was director of manufacturing, overseeing the company’s cleaning division plants; director of distribution center operations, and business planning manager for the charcoal and insecticides businesses. He also was a cleaning division plant manager and Kingsford charcoal product supply manager. His Clorox career began in 1992 as a senior production manager.
Prior to joining Clorox, McDonald spent 10 years working for Frito-Lay in numerous line and staff roles in five different manufacturing plants. During that time, he was production manager of Frito-Lay’s third-largest plant, which supplied a full line of salty snacks to the Northeast United States.
McDonald is a past board member of the Yuhan Join Venture; the Chlorine Institute; the Barbecue Industry Association, where he served as vice chairman; and the City of Vernon (California) Chamber of Commerce.
An Atlanta native, McDonald holds a Bachelor of Science in industrial management from Georgia Tech where he also lettered on the baseball team.