Manager, Global Sustainability
Jessica Marshall is a manager in the Global Sustainability department for McDonald’s Corporation. She has been in this role since February 2016.
In her role, Marshall is the Sustainability lead for Packaging, Waste and Recycling. She is managing the execution of McDonald’s Scale For Good goals around packaging and recycling in the US. She will also be supporting the execution of McDonald’s overall waste strategy.
Marshall spent her first two years in Sustainability initiating and executing efficiency measures in the U.S. restaurants for energy and water. This includes supporting initiatives to find efficient products, piloting and testing in restaurants, measuring the efficiency, and implementing to the system.
Marshall joined McDonald’s in January 2012 and spent the next four years in the Indirect Procurement department. She started on the Development Sourcing team, working with cross-functional teams on sourcing initiatives including Seating & Décor, Signage, and Lighting. She was then promoted to a Business Services Supervisor managing suppliers like FedEx, Office Max, and Shoes for Crews.
Marshall holds a Bachelor of Science in International Business and International Management from the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse in La Crosse, Wisconsin. Prior to joining McDonald’s, Marshall spent three years at a third-party logistics company in the Chicago suburbs.
Steve Wrobel is grateful to have been a Kwik Trip co-worker for 20 years!
His first career was in education where he served as principal and teacher at schools in Wisconsin, California, and Minnesota. After years devoted to guiding elementary and middle school-aged kids, he decided to go a different direction.
Moving back to La Crosse, Wisconsin, where he grew up, Wrobel was hired for a store leader position. One day his district leader visited the store and suggested that he apply for an opening in the Kwik Trip training department.
In the training department, Wrobel was able to use his background in education to develop and conduct topics on culture and customer service. This position has developed into his current role in public relations for Kwik Trip.