Tim Bailey joined SC Johnson in May 2009 and has continued to take on progressively more responsibility during his tenure with the company.

In March 2017, Tim took on the additional responsibility of leading the Research, Development & Engineering organization with a focus on driving global innovation to support the company’s Strategy 2021 objectives.

Prior to that, Tim was named Executive Vice President – Global Product Supply, Business Services & Technology in June 2011, adding responsibility for Global Business Services and Information Technology to his existing leadership of Global Product Supply.  He led the development and implementation of a strategy to more effectively leverage Business Process Excellence, Information Technology, and Shared Service Centers to deliver the company’s Strategy 2016 objectives.

As a Senior Vice President – Global Product Supply, Tim was responsible for worldwide operations in manufacturing, supply chain, procurement (direct and indirect), engineering and product-cost optimization.  He has led the transformation of Global Product Supply by institutionalizing Lean Manufacturing practices, Design to Value product optimization, procurement best practices and strategic product sourcing methodology.

Prior to joining SC Johnson, Tim spent 13 years working in product supply at The Clorox Company.  His last role was Vice President of Global Product Supply.  Other roles at Clorox included Vice President of Product Supply Glad, Brita and International; Director of Supply Chain Planning; Director of Product Supply, Latin America; Director of Global Product Supply Auto Care; and Director of Customer Supply Chain and Logistics Planning.

Prior to Clorox, Tim worked for The Quaker Oats Company for 10 years in various supply chain related roles.

Tim holds a BSBA in Logistics from the University of Tennessee and an MBA in Operations Management from Loyola University Chicago.

Tim is a Board member of Shearer’s Foods, the National Association of Manufacturers, and The University of Tennessee Global Supply Chain Institute.