Bonnie Wurzbacher has served as a senior executive in the “C-suite” for two global, for-profit and non-profit organizations over the past 35 years. The majority of her career was with The Coca-Cola Company where she served in various management, sales and marketing leadership roles over 28 years. Rising to Sr. Vice President, Global Customer Leadership and a Corporate Director, she was responsible for $1.6 billion in global revenue through the growth and development of collaborative partnerships with their largest retail customers and bottling partners worldwide.
Bonnie, then, served as Chief Development Officer with World Vision International from 2013-2017, based in their global executive office in London and reporting directly to the CEO and President, Kevin Jenkins. In this capacity, she was responsible for the stewardship and growth of $2.8 billion in revenue across all 20 fundraising countries. She led a global team of 120+ employees in strategic marketing, child sponsorship and grants acquisition as well as regional leadership for Europe and Asia. She was a key member of the Executive Leadership Team and served as a director on their largest boards, including World Vision US, Australia, Canada and New Zealand.
Bonnie holds a B.A. from Wheaton College (Illinois) and an M.B.A. from Emory University (Atlanta). She currently serves on the boards of the Wheaton Center for Faith, Politics & Economics, and of CareNet, a Christian, pro (abundant) life, national organization. She and her husband, Steve, have one son, daughter-in law and grandson, and a large extended family whom they dearly love. They are long-time members of Peachtree Presbyterian Church in Atlanta where Bonnie currently serves as an elder, choir member and “life calling” coach.