McCormick & Co. on Monday said it has named a Starbucks Coffee Co. executive and a former Deloitte LLP vice chair to its board of directors, replacing at least one outgoing member.
The appointments took effect after a May 27 board of directors meeting. Board member John P. Bilbrey, CEO of The Hershey Co. resigned from the board that day.
CEO Alan Wilson said the new members will bring to the board marketing expertise and experience developing governance models.
Michael Conway, president of global channel development for Starbucks, is a Baltimore native, who captained the lacrosse team at Duke University and received an MBA from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Prior to Starbucks, he worked for a division of Johnson & Johnson and for Campbell Soup Co.
Maritza G. Montiel of Florida is a former deputy CEO and vice chairman of the consulting firm Deloitte, from which she retired in June 2014 after more than 40 years.
Board members who served full terms on McCormick's board last year earned at least $223,000, including cash fees and stock awards.