Vice President, U.S. Optical @ Walmart From July 2018 to November 2018 (5 months) Bentonville, ArkansasPresident @ OneSight Chief Executive for the largest refractive error NGO in the world, backed by Luxottica, the largest eyewear manufacturer in the world. Ongoing operations in 12 countries. Leading a global team of 75, annual budget of $24MM, dispensing over 100,000...
Vice President, U.S. Optical @ Walmart From July 2018 to November 2018 (5 months) Bentonville, ArkansasPresident @ OneSight Chief Executive for the largest refractive error NGO in the world, backed by Luxottica, the largest eyewear manufacturer in the world. Ongoing operations in 12 countries. Leading a global team of 75, annual budget of $24MM, dispensing over 100,000 pairs of glasses per year.• Leading the organization, developing and maintaining partner and stakeholder relationships and providing quarterly updates to the Board of Directors. • Developed strategy to drive revenue growth across multiple channels, both in the US and globally. Increasing revenues from existing sources by 20-25% while driving new revenue growth opportunities • Growing the organization while developing an independent culture across all functional areas and transitioning the company from a divisional mindset and skillset to that of an independent company From 2017 to 2018 (1 year) Mason OHVice President / General Manager - OneSight @ Luxottica General Manager for the CSR division of Luxottica, the largest eyewear manufacturer in the world with $10B in revenues, iconic brands such as Ray-Ban, Oakley, Vogue, Oliver Peoples, and retail through LensCrafters and Sunglass Hut. Developed innovative business models for emerging markets and transformed the organization for the future. Led a global team of 60.• Created new business model that provided permanent access through the sale of glasses at a price the local population could afford in order to move OneSight from a charitable to sustainable focus• Led the process of aligning the organization globally for the new model through registration of new local entities in key operating and fundraising markets including the UK, Canada, Australia and South Africa as well as in South East Asia and sub-Saharan Africa• Developed strategy and executing partnerships to accelerate expansion in India and China• Expanding new business model in multiple countries with a goal to open over 150 locations by 2018• Divested the organization from Luxottica while retaining key staff and functions across all geographies From 2016 to 2017 (1 year) Mason, OhioDirector of Category Management @ The Hershey Company Responsible for delivering category and sales strategy and support to The Kroger Corp., a Top 3 Customer for Hershey representing over $300MM in sales. Lead a cross-functional department with 10+ employees. Accountable for achieving P&L targets for customer.• Acted as strategic thought partner for Kroger on the confectionary category focused on maximizing sales, profitability and efficiency. Pioneered the process of engaging C-level customer executives with Hershey’s executive team to identify and drive projects of mutual interest beyond category• Led Hershey team’s involvement in multiple strategic initiatives at Kroger. Coordinated between Hershey departments, Kroger senior leadership and other manufacturers to drive projects to success• Developed training curriculum for senior-most members of the department focused on consultative selling and partnership development From 2011 to 2013 (2 years) Cincinnati, Ohio AreaSenior Manager @ The Hershey Company Responsible for leading strategic projects throughout global business units, driving the Strategic Planning Process through multiple regions and creating Board presentations for officers of the company.• Led the sales growth and revenue synergies identification process for two major due diligence projects. Recruited and fielded in-country teams, evaluated management presentations on future growth prospects and presented recommendations for valuation to the CEO.• Designed the Strategic Planning Process for the Hershey Company following the reorganization of the company into Strategic Business Units. Worked with regional Finance and Marketing organizations to recommend top- and bottom-line 5-year targets.• Led a Channel Insights project in India to better understand path to success with shopkeepers – designed the project, recruited team to execute, reviewed findings and presented action items to senior leadership.• Led a situation assessment for China and Brazil for the Hershey Traditional Trade team. Delivered assessment for a Go-To-Market strategy to address an $8B FMCG space.• Worked with Hershey Mexico team to develop portfolio strategy for the country. Performed market analyses, interviewed key stakeholders and presented recommendations to local leadership team.• Performed risks and opportunities analysis for the Board of Directors to assess the effect of internal and external drivers on the 5-year Strategic Plan. Designed the project, worked with commercial groups to develop inputs, presented findings to the CEO and created presentation for the Board. From 2009 to 2011 (2 years) Hershey PAConsultant @ The Boston Consulting Group, Inc. Operational Effectiveness • Defined a Continuous Productivity Initiative for a Fortune 500 pharmaceutical company designed to reduce costs by $1B over 3 years, and planned the steps needed to execute. Guided the senior leadership team through the process of assessing the organization's readiness to fully implement such a program.• Established the call-to-action for a quality transformation at a large consumer goods manufacturer in a post-merger situation while working directly with the CTO – analyzed operations, identified cost-of-quality savings of over $75MM per year and recommended a path to achieving those savings.• Improved the effectiveness of a national organization through a complete operational diagnostic. Examined demographic trends, performed analysis of its existing processes, identified gaps and areas of improvement and put in place short- and medium-term recommendations for key departments.Corporate Strategy• Developed a long-term strategy for an $800MM established biochemical R&D company. Identified growth opportunities, laid out a plan to achieve cost savings and also evaluated smaller players ($50MM - $100MM size) in the market as potential acquisition targets.• Set up a $25MM public-private partnership for improving drug safety in the United States, and coordinated diverse participants from government, the non-profit sector and pharmaceutical companies to drive the project forward. Led teams of senior leaders from a number of organizations to develop a project timeline and staff sub-tasks as needed to drive the project forward.Organizational Design• Planned an organizational redesign for a $1.5B rapidly growing biopharmaceutical company. Led the process of redesigning governance bodies and defining the structure and empowerment of teams. • Guided the leadership of a $3B technology company through the process of examining its organizational structure, determining if the structure was conducive to executing the company's business plan. From 2006 to 2009 (3 years) Washington D.C. Metro AreaSenior Engineer @ Motorola Inc. • Developed testing environment for PowerPC and PowerQUICC family of microprocessors targeting enterprise level networking and telecom applications, high end storage, printing and imaging for Cisco Systems, Apple Computer and other clients, a $400MM business. • Led efforts towards standardization of testing methodologies in order to cut product development time by up to 20%. Authored a paper on strategy for testing next-generation microprocessors and presented it at a conference attended by senior staff and industry leaders. From 1999 to 2004 (5 years) Austin, Texas AreaSenior Director, Strategy and Business Development @ Luxottica Responsible for leading strategy development and multiple strategic initiatives across the globe with a specific focus on retail in North and South America• Led strategic initiatives for Sunglass Hut US, including creating go-forward strategy for Luxury brands and creating a test-and-learn process to improve the performance of Front Door marketing and merchandising material.• Developed new partnership models with equipment manufacturers for LensCrafters’ lab foot print in the US in support of a $400MM capital decision. Developed capital model and operating model for each and presented options to the project Steering Committee• Acted as Strategy head for GMO, a €120MM retail business headquartered in Santiago, Chile. Helped develop 3-year strategic plan and also Vision and Mission statements. Created agendas for, and ran, the Executive Committee meetings. Developed governance for key strategic initiatives • Member of the Board of Directors of Devlyn Optical, Luxottica’s JV with Ópticas Devlyn of Mexico. Supported Devlyn through creation of a new store operating model and phased expansion plan From 2013 to 2016 (3 years) Cincinnati Area, KYSVP and Chief Operating Officer @ Banfield Pet Hospital Vice President, Specialty Healthcare @ Walmart Led Optical, Dental, Hearing and other specialty healthcare modalities for Walmart Health & Wellness From November 2018 to September 2020 (1 year 11 months) Cincinnati, Ohio
Vice President, U.S. Optical
July 2018 to November 2018
2017 to 2018
Vice President / General Manager - OneSight
2016 to 2017
The Hershey Company
Director of Category Management
2011 to 2013
Cincinnati, Ohio Area
The Hershey Company
2009 to 2011
The Boston Consulting Group, Inc.
2006 to 2009
Washington D.C. Metro Area
1999 to 2004
Austin, Texas Area
Senior Director, Strategy and Business Development
2013 to 2016
Cincinnati Area, KY
Banfield Pet Hospital
SVP and Chief Operating Officer
Vice President, Specialty Healthcare
November 2018 to September 2020
What company does Mony Iyer work for?
Mony Iyer works for Walmart
What is Mony Iyer's role at Walmart?
Mony Iyer is Vice President, U.S. Optical
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Mony Iyer works in the Health, Wellness and Fitness industry.
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