John F. Brock

Retired Chairman & Chief Executive Officer

Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc.


Atlanta, GA

Trustee, Global International Business Leaders Forum Board

Horizon's Atlanta Board Chairman

iFOLIO Advisory Investor Board

Served on Board of Directors for:

Dow Jones & Company

The Campbell Soup Company

Reed Elsevier, Plc

Georgia Tech Foundation, Board Chair

Georgia Institute of Technology

Masters of Science, Chemical Engineering

Bachelors of Science, Chemical Engineering

25 Years of Leadership in The Beverage Industry


John F. Brock is a leader across industries and causes.

John F. Brock served as the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc., the world's third-largest marketer, distributor, and producer of Coca-Cola products. He has more than 25 years of experience in the beverage sales industry. A Georgia Tech alum who chaired the school's $1.5 billion capital campaign, John Brock is the incoming chair of the Georgia Tech Foundation. Mary Brock, a co-owner of the Atlanta Dream Basketball team, also serves on the board of Spelman College and the Winship Cancer Institute Advisory Board. The Brocks also serve on the host committee of Grady Healthcare Foundation's White Coat Gala.



Executive of the Year

Beverage Industry


Business Leader of the Year

Ethical Corporation


2019 Honoree

JA Business Hall of Fame

2019 JA Atlanta Business Hall of Fame Honoree John Brock

Impact with Coca-Cola


Under his leadership, CCE became the world's third-largest independent Coca-Cola bottler in 2010.



As a champion for sustainability efforts, Brock implemented corporate responsibility and sustainability initiative throughout the company, operating the largest hybrid truck fleet in North America.

Sustainability Plan


"In life and business, be clear about what you're going to do... then do it... and every once in a while, give your audience a positive surprise."

-- John Brock


Promoting Business with Social Responsibility

"In the 40 years that I have been in business, expectations of business and its role in society have changed. When I started my career, the key marker of success began and ended with financial results. Today, society is facing more serious challenges — from resource scarcity to concerns around health and well-being. As a result, more and more companies are committed to creating a profit while also defining their broader contribution to society."


Horizon's Atlanta


Horizons Atlanta is a six-week summer learning experience that supports students from underserved communities throughout their K-12 academic careers. We believe all children, regardless of income, should have the opportunity to realize their potential.

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Georgia Tech Foundation

Trustee & Chair-Elect

The Georgia Tech Foundation (1932) is a non-profit corporation providing financial support to the institute and financial assistance to students in scholarships, loans, and funds.

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2019 JA Business Hall of Fame


-- The JA Atlanta Business Hall of Fame honors the remarkable individuals who have strengthened Atlanta and aided in its growth to become the world-renowned city it is today. 




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