Quinton R. Martin
Chief of Staff & Vice President Community Marketing Office of the President
Coca-Cola North America
Quinton supports the projects and ongoing processes that are essential to the success of the executive leadership team. He advances the work needed for effective communications, planning and execution of strategic priorities for the Office of the President, CCNA.
He also leads the Company’s Community Marketing, Supplier Diversity and Alumni Relations organizations. Additionally, he leads the development and management of corporate relationships with national non-profit business partners, minority retailer/customer organizations and other constituent based business/marketing relationships
Quinton began his career with The Coca-Cola Company in 1988 as a Market Development Manager working with bottlers in Virginia and West Virginia. In May 1992, he became Account Services Manager for the Atlanta Account Group. He was named Manager, Consumer Marketing for the Atlanta Account Group in January 1994, and then was appointed Chief of Staff to the President of Coca-Cola USA later that year. In February 1997, he was named Region Director, North Central Region responsible for bottler relationships and marketing in Michigan, Ohio, and Kentucky. In July 1998, he was named Director, Independent Field Sales and Marketing Group – East. In March 2000, he was named Vice President, Region Manager for the Independent Region with responsibility for 70 Independent Coca-Cola Bottlers in the United States. In October 2000 he was named Vice President Community Marketing for Coca-Cola North America with responsibility for its nonprofit business relationships and the planning and execution of the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympic Games. In July 2010 he was named Chief of Staff and Vice President Community Marketing for the Office of the President, Coca-Cola North America.
Prior to joining The Coca-Cola Company, he worked in a sales capacity with The Procter and Gamble Company and as an Officer in The United States Army.
Quinton holds a bachelor’s degree in Applied Engineering from the United States Military Academy and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the Goizueta Business School at Emory University.