Since our inception, the P&G Alumni Network has recognized P&G Alumni leaders who have continued to impact their industries and communities, during and beyond their service at P&G. 

We honor Alumni in the following categories:

  • Community Service: For an individual who has made a significant contribution of their time, effort and expertise to the community in which they live. The award can reflect a single event or a lifetime of work.

  • John E. Pepper Humanitarian: For an individual who has made a significant contribution to the human condition through their time, effort or expertise, whether this was a single event or a lifetime of work. This award is intended to recognize actions that go well beyond efforts in a single community or location and serve mankind as a whole.

  • Diversity & Inclusion:  For an individual who has delivered exceptional results by leveraging a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture. This person is a proven leader and role model who has inspired others to drive equality and to lead inclusively in the workplace and/or in society.

  • Early Achievement:  For an individual who, in the early stages of their career, has shown outstanding potential based on early achievements in innovation, entrepreneurship or general management. This awardee empowers those around them and makes a meaningful impact on the markets they serve, representing the best of P&G Alumni.

  • Innovation: For an individual who has contributed a significant innovation to the world of business during their career. This is an award to recognize creativity that has been translated into business success.

  • John G. Smale General Management: For an individual who has made a significant contribution to the world of business whether the result of a single event or concept or the compilation of a lifetime of achievements.

  • McElroy: Procter & Gamble has long been recognized as the preeminent consumer company in the world and it desires to maintain this position. This is specifically not a “Marketer of the Year” award to be focused solely on the marketing function nor on a single time period. Rather, this award is intended to recognize significant contributions to the art and science of satisfying the consumer whether that is the result of a single event or concept or the compilation of a lifetime of achievements. 

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