Jeff Lundy directs analytics for PepsiCo’s Public Policy Development team. His team analyses issues with regulatory implications, and advices PepsiCo on the best policy positions. The team makes PepsiCo proactive in responding to looming policy issues, and advises the company on responses derived from data-driven insights.
Previously, Jeff led the Health & Wellness program at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Corporate Citizenship Center. In this role, Jeff directed programming for business executives interested in addressing the most pressing wellness issues. Additionally, Jeff created the Health Means Business campaign; started by a $1.7M grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Additionally, Jeff oversaw research at the Corporate Citizenship Center. In this capacity, he directed the Center’s research team to create useful insights to help the private sector create greater social impact.
Jeff joined the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation in February 2012 as a Manager of the Corporate Citizenship Center’s research agenda. Jeff previously served as a consultant for Empower Partners LLC, a social enterprise developing marketing models to help underserved inner-city businesses tailor their product lines to local consumers. Prior to that, he was an intern at the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), where he selected several new technologies to be tested, in order to improve the Bureau’s capture of respondent data.
Jeff earned his Ph.D. in Economic Sociology from the University of California, San Diego and completed a research assistantship at the University of Michigan. He also holds a B.A. in sociology from New College of Florida.