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Where is Nike's Corporate Headquarters address?
One Bowerman Drive
Beaverton, OR 97005-6453
United States

What is the Nike headquarters phone number?
(503) 671-6453

Who are the investor relations contacts at Nike?
Paul Trussell is Nike's VP of Investor Relations and Strategic Finance (email:

How do I follow Paul Trussell on Twitter and LinkedIn?
His Twitter handle is @PaulTrussell1 

His LinkedIn page is

What is the Nike Investor Relations website?

What is the Nike ticker symbol?
Nike is traded on the NYSE and the ticker is NKE

What industry sector is Nike in?
Nike is in the Consumer Cyclical Footwear & Accessories industry sector.

How many full time employees does Nike have?
As of 2022, Nike has 79,100 full time employees.

Is Nike a Fortune 500 ranked company?
Yes, Nike is ranked # 83 on the 2022 Fortune 500 list.

Who is the Nike CEO?
John J. Donahoe II is the President and CEO of Nike. Mr. Donahoe officially succeeded Mark Parker as the CEO on January 13, 2020. Visit John Donahoe's LinkedIn profile page. Or, visit his Wiki page here.

What are the main Nike social media properties?
Nike on Facebook:
Nike on Twitter:
Nike on LinkedIn:
Nike on Instagram:
Nike on Youtube:

What does the Executive Leadership Nike Org Chart look like in in 2022?

Nike Org Chart Executive Leadership

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Who are the Nike executives in 2022?

Mark Parker
Executive Chairman

John Donahoe
President & CEO

Andy Campion
Chief Operating Officer

Matthew Friend
EVP & Chief Financial Officer
Monique Matheson
EVP, Chief Human Resources Officer

Ann Miller
EVP, Chief Legal Officer

Heidi O'Neill
President, Consumer and Marketplace

How do I see more detailed Nike executive profiles?
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Who was elected to the Nike Board of Directors in 2022?

Nike Org Chart Board of Directors

Philip H. Knight
Chairman Emeritus of the Board of Directors of NIKE

Mark G. Parker
Chairman of the Board of Directors of Nike

John J. Donahoe II
President and Chief Executive Officer of Nike

Cathleen Benko
Former Vice Chairman and Managing Principal of Deloitte LLP

Timothy D. Cook
Chief Executive Officer of Apple, Inc.

Thasunda B. Duckett
President and Chief Executive Officer of the Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association of America

Mónica Gil
Chief Administrative and Marketing Officer, NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises (“Telemundo”) for Comcast Corp.
Alan B. Graf, Jr.
Former Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of FedEx Corporation

Peter B. Henry
Stanford University Class of 1984 Senior Fellow and Fellow, Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies and Dean Emeritus of New York University’s Leonard N. Stern School of Business

Travis A. Knight
President and Chief Executive Officer of the animation studio, LAIKA, LLC

Michelle A. Peluso
Executive Vice President and Chief Customer Officer, CVS Health and Co-President, CVS Pharmacy

John W. Rogers, Jr.
Chairman, Co-Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Officer of Ariel Investments, LLC

Robert Swan
Operating Partner at Andreessen Horowitz


Who is the CIO at Nike?

Ratnakar Lavu Global CIO at Nike

Ratnakar Lavu is the Global Chief Digital Information Officer (CDIO) at Nike. He has held the position since July 2019. Prior to Nike, he held senior executive IT positions at Kohl's, Redbox, Macy's, and Bloomingdale's.

On February 24, 2022 he presented his three-year plan to the company's roughly 2,400-person technology workforce. The plan is a cornerstone of the direct-to-consumer and digital acceleration being led by CEO John Donahoe

Nike's plans are wide-ranging, including innovation labs, streamlined tech platforms, and reliable WiFi in stores and its headquarters in Beaverton, Oregon. Nike's tech employee attrition, though, could complicate or delay what Lavu described as Nike's "tech transformation."



What does the Nike Organizational Structure look like in 2022?

Nike Org Chart Organizational Structure

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What are Nike's Business Strategies in fiscal year 2023?

In 2022 and 2023, Nike's strategy is to achieve long-term revenue growth by creating innovative, “must-have” products, building deep personal consumer connections with their brands and delivering compelling consumer experiences through digital platforms and at retail.

Through the Consumer Direct Acceleration, they are focusing on creating the marketplace of the future through more premium, consistent and seamless consumer experiences, leading with digital and Nike owned stores, as well as select wholesale partners that share Nike's marketplace vision.

Over the last several years, as they have executed against the Consumer Direct Acceleration, they have grown their NIKE Direct business to be approximately 42% of total NIKE Brand revenues for the first quarter of fiscal 2023, and they have reduced the number of wholesale accounts globally.

Additionally, they have aligned their product creation and category organizations around a new consumer construct focused on Men’s, Women’s and Kids’ and continue to invest in data and analytics, demand sensing, insight gathering, inventory management and other areas to create an end-to-end technology foundation, which they expect will further accelerate their digital transformation.

They believe this unified approach will accelerate growth and unlock more efficiency for their business, while driving speed and responsiveness as they serve consumers globally.

Where is Nike investing in their business?


Nike steps up its game with a new tech innovation center
Apr 2022
Nike is opening a new hub solely for technological innovation. The athletic shoe brand will be opening its technology center in early 2023 in Atlanta, GA, according to Engadget. The location will be dedicated to improving the brand’s logistics and supply chain and reimagining the consumer experience with artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning. It will also focus on cybersecurity with a new “command center” for the East Coast.

Nike's Digital Transformation Efforts Continue to Win Big
Jun 2022
Long a pioneer in the retail sector, over the past decade Nike has emerged as a true digital visionary. The embrace of cutting-edge technology combined with a “Consumer Direct Acceleration” (CDA) strategy has not only enabled Nike to survive the turbulence of the last two years, but thrive.

Nike Uses Needlepunch Technology for New Line of Apparel
Sept 2022
Athletes around the world have shared that climate change is a barrier to sport. Nike Forward, the company’s most significant apparel innovation since Dri-Fit, responds to that concern by re-setting the way we think about fleece. Moving away from traditional knit and woven processes, Nike Forward revolutionizes apparel creation by hacking punch-needle machines for the purpose of making premium, sustainability-minded product. “Nike Forward feels different because it is different. It is not a traditional knit or woven, but a completely new material that drastically reduces its carbon footprint,” says Carmen Zolman, VP Innovation Apparel Design, Nike, Inc.

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What are the Nike executives saying about their business performance?

The Nike Q1 2023 Earnings Call took place on September 29, 2022.

There were three Nike executives in attendance, presenting and answering questions during the earnings call.

  • Paul Trussell, VP, IR and Strategic Finance
  • John Donahoe - President and CEO
  • Matthew Friend - CFO

Comments from John Donahoe - President and CEO:

Nike CEO John Donahoe

"Turning to our Q1 performance. Our teams continue to prove their ability to operate through volatility while also staying focused on the long term. For the quarter, our revenue growth was 4% on a reported basis and 10% on a currency-neutral basis, led by double-digit growth in our North America, EMEA and APLA geographies."

"Let's move to innovation. As we've said before, NIKE's relentless pipeline of innovative product continues to create separation between us and our competition. Today, we have incredible momentum in key products and franchises across the spectrum of lifestyle and performance. And what excites us even more is the energy and anticipation we're feeling for the innovative product that's next in the pipeline. We're now starting to see the product that reflects our shift two years ago to our new consumer construct of men's, women's and kids, and the impact it's had is remarkable."

"Our culture of innovation is fueled not just by what we make but also how we make it. We're always looking to increase the pace and precision of product creation. New VR design software and simulation tools allow our designers and engineers to collaborate in real time like never before."

"Now this quarter, we delivered NIKE Digital's highest net revenue quarter ever. We see consumers continuing to vote for NIKE Digital as the NIKE commerce app had its highest traffic in history during Q1. And we keep elevating our ability to serve these consumers."

"For example, new membership tools we put in place last year in fiscal '22 that went live in Q1 create one-to-one connections at scale by delivering personalized consumer journeys and experiences which in turn drive first purchases and increased loyalty. And the SNKRS app continues to fuel energy to our growing audience of high-value members."

Comments from Matthew Friend - CFO:

Nike CFO Matt Friend

"Our first quarter of fiscal '23 demonstrated again the deep consumer connection and strong demand for NIKE, Jordan and Converse. In a dynamic operating environment, we delivered top line results ahead of plan, more than offsetting foreign exchange headwinds. With industry-leading Digital growth, positive retail traffic in our stores and online, and more product available for consumers across the marketplace, the power of NIKE's portfolio continues to fuel business momentum."

"In September, month-to-date retail sales are up double digits versus the prior year, following a strong back-to-school season. However, our North America inventory grew 65% versus the prior year, with in-transit inventory growing approximately 85%."

"This reflects the combination of late delivery for the past two seasons plus early holiday orders that are now set to arrive earlier than planned and a prior year that was impacted by factory closures in Vietnam and Indonesia. As a result, we are taking decisive action to clear excess inventory, focusing on specific pockets of seasonally late products, predominantly in apparel."

"This quarter, repeat buying members grew by over 30% with increased buying frequency and demand across total NIKE members. In fact, many of our most important membership benchmarks, reflecting how well we convert, engage and retain buying members, are at near all-time highs. These trends give us confidence that we have a strong and loyal member foundation to drive digital growth ahead."

"Since fiscal '19, our Digital business has nearly tripled to exceed $10 billion in revenue, representing 24% of total NIKE Brand revenue in fiscal '22. Over this period, NIKE Direct gross margins expanded through the combination of rapid digital growth and improvements in channel margin profitability, ultimately fueling NIKE's overall gross margin expansion despite being partially offset by transitory headwinds experienced through the pandemic."


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What do the Nike financials look like?
Nike Financial Highlights in 2022

Fiscal Year  
Fiscal Year Ends 31-May-23
Most Recent Quarter 31-Aug-22
Profit Margin 11.96%
Operating Margin 13.25%
Management Effectiveness  
Return on Assets 9.88%
Return on Equity 37.39%
Income Statement  
Revenue 47.15 Billion
Revenue Per Share 29.93
Quarterly Revenue Growth 3.60%
Gross Profit 21.48B
Net Income Avi to Common 5.64B
Diluted EPS 3.52
Quarterly Earnings Growth -21.70%
Balance Sheet  
Total Cash 11.88B
Total Cash Per Share 7.59
Total Debt 12.59B
Total Debt/Equity 79.58
Current Ratio 2.64
Book Value Per Share 10.12
Cash Flow Statement  
Operating Cash Flow 4.43B
Levered Free Cash Flow 2.27B

Where can I find the 2022 Nike 10-K?
Access the 2022 Nike 10-K HERE

Who are some of the Nike technology vendors in 2022?

Nike Technographic Profile in 2022

Where is Nike utilizing cloud technologies?

Lead Cloud Pipeline Tools Engineer (Cloud Automation Team)
Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Automate repeatable processes, develop integrated solutions, and help deliver a seamless multi-cloud deployment and reporting platform. Coding and scripting using languages like Python, JavaScript, TypeScript, etc. Understand serverless architectures and continuous integration & deployment (CI/CD), plus GraphQL and RESTful API development. Understanding of infrastructure-as-code technologies (e.g. Terraform, CloudFormation, Azure Resource Manager), source code management (e.g. GitHub), and build automation (e.g. Jenkins, GitHub Actions) are also required.
Technologies in use: Java, JavaScript, Python, Groovy, Mutli-cloud (AWS), Jenkins, Terraform, Cloudformation, Serverless, SQL, NOSQL, Git tool and GitHub, GraphQL, Azure Resource Manager

Senior Cloud Automation Engineer, Vulnerability Management – CIS
Bangalore, Karnataka, India
The team is focused on the automation and integration of various security vulnerability assessment tools to drive accountability & visibility of Nike's high-risk findings. Work with multiple data sources, including all vulnerability data and other enterprise data, for contextual enrichment to drive actional output and automated vulnerability management lifecycle. In addition, work with technical and business teams to understand customer use cases for remediation of the vulnerabilities and provide solutions to create self-service visibility into security findings for mitigation and automated reporting. Improve Nike's security posture by advocating for security best practices and implementation.
Technologies in use: Python, Java script, .Net, PowerShell, ETL tools (i.e. Apache Nifi, MS-SSIS, jasper) and concepts, AWS, Azure and/or GCP, Vulnerability management tools such as Tenable, Rapid7, or Qualys, Twistlock, Cross Site Scripting, SQL Injection, Cookie Manipulation, Buffer Overflows, Windows and Unix Operating Systems

Senior Cloud Automation Engineer
Beaverton, Oregon, United States
Work on technical solutions that serve other engineering, data, or business-facing teams. Some of the key responsibilities include automating delivery processes and maintaining the continuous integration and continuous deployment (CI/CD) pipelines. Orchestrating automated tests to reduce manual effort and improve product quality. The DevOps/Software engineer automates repeatable processes, develop integrated solutions, and help deliver a seamless multi-cloud deployment and reporting platform. Work with a team of engineers that serve all of Nike Global Technology.
Technologies in use: public cloud provider platforms and services (e.g. AWS, Azure), Python, JavaScript, Groovy, Java, Containerization with Kubernetes, Docker, continuous integration systems, Jenkins or GitHub Actions Runners, Maven, Gradle, Artifactory, GitHub Enterprise Cloud, Rest and GraphQL APIs, Linux environment, GitHub Actions


What does the Nike Executive Compensation and Bonus Plan look like?

Nike Executive Bonus Structure in 2022

Nike Executive Compensation Plan in 2022

Nike Executive Stock Option Plan

See the Nike Proxy Statement for FY 2022 


Where can I find out more about what Nike is doing in the areas of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG)?

Review the 2021 Nike Impact Report for more insights about how Nike operates its business, delivers sustainable growth, and creates value for consumers and shareholders. The Nike Corporate Responsibility Committee headed by Michelle Peluso oversees topics including environmental and sustainability initiatives, labor practices, community affairs, charitable activities, and diversity and equal opportunity.

Nike Impact Report Highlights

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