- Microsoft’s sustainability journey – why commitments are critical for your organization and customers
- Creating momentum, ownership and innovation by embedding sustainability into the way we work
- Why building a carbon data platform to manage the “bill of carbon” is essential for the supply chain
- Working better together – planet size challenges require new ways of thinking across the entire Ecosystem
Corporate VP, Supply Chain & Sustainability
Donna Warton is the Corporate VP, Supply Chain & Sustainability for Microsoft.
Prior to this role, Donna was the General Manager of Microsoft Devices Supply Chain responsible for managing the end to end supply chain for hardware including Surface, Surface Hub, HoloLens, Xbox, Games and Accessories. With double-digit business growth, Donna led a digital supply chain transformation to scale operations, drive customer satisfaction and be a showcase for Microsoft.
Prior to joining Microsoft, Donna was VP of Global Operations for Dell where she transformed Dell’s famous configure-to-order supply chain into a segmented supply chain model unleashing improved customer experience and business value.
Before joining Dell, Donna led the Global Supply Chain for Mettler-Toledo International, a precision balance and scale manufacturer for laboratory, retail & industrial markets. She was responsible for Global Procurement, Logistics, Supplier Quality, and Supply Chain Operations.
Prior to Mettler-Toledo, Donna was Corporate Vice President of Global Operations and Supply Chain for Motorola’s Mobile Device business. During her time at Motorola, she ran the supply chain that launched RAZR, which at the peak was shipping 100 million units a year.
Donna started her career in finance supporting various functions including sales & marketing, engineering, manufacturing, merges & acquisitions, and corporate finance.
Donna has a passion for business and building great teams. In 2019, Microsoft Devices Supply Chain won the talent diversity champion of the year award. In 2013, Donna won the Inspiring Leader award at Dell’s company-wide annual leadership meeting. Donna holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Accountancy from Northern Illinois University and an MBA from Loyola University.