Metcalf-Kupres named to Pro Football Hall of Fame Board of Trustees
The Pro Football Hall of Fame recently expanded its Board of Trustees by naming Johnson Controls’ Chief Marketing Officer Kim Metcalf-Kupres to the governing board. Hall of Famer Anthony Muñoz and Tennessee Titans’ Controlling Owner Amy Adams Strunk also were named to the board.
“The Hall of Fame welcomes these three extraordinarily talented individuals to the Board of Trustees,” Chairman of the Board Randy Hunt said. “Their leadership will provide great benefit to our organization that is positioned for accelerated growth in the future.”
Metcalf-Kupres is responsible for driving profitable growth and advancing marketing and sales capabilities across the enterprise. In her role as CMO, Metcalf-Kupres directs strategy, innovation and business transformation for the company. She also leads internal and external communications across the corporation.
Metcalf-Kupres joined Johnson Controls’ Building Technologies & Solutions business in 1994 where she brought a keen focus on the customer and a strategic approach to business growth. In 2007, she assumed the role of vice president, Sales and Marketing, Strategy and Government Relations in the Power Solutions business, driving strategies for global growth and building core competencies around commercial excellence and strategic marketing.
Located in Canton, Ohio, the birthplace of the National Football League, the Pro Football Hall of Fame is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit institution with the mission to “Honor the Heroes of the Game, Preserve its History, Promote its Values, & Celebrate Excellence Everywhere.”
Construction on Johnson Controls Hall of Fame Village, a nearly $600 million development project that includes nine main components, is under way in Canton to transform the Hall of Fame’s campus.
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