Kirk Perry is responsible for driving Google’s global revenue with the world’s largest advertisers and agencies. Before joining Google in 2013, he spent more than 23 years at Procter & Gamble (P&G). Mr. Perry joined the P&G marketing organization in 1990, working on some of the most iconic global brands before moving to Asia for two three-year assignments in Korea (as marketing director) and then Japan (as marketing director and then general manager). He returned to the U.S. as vice president of North America Baby Care for five years and then became vice president of U.S. operations and North America media and marketing. His final post at P&G was president of Global Family Care before departing for Google. Outside work, Mr. Perry is passionate about serving others. Board affiliations have included Ronald McDonald House, The CityLink Foundation, The United Way Campaign Cabinet, the March of Dimes National and Regional boards, the University of Cincinnati Foundation, and vice chair of the University of Cincinnati’s Bicentennial Commission.