Donald also set out to coordinated the ten cruise brand that had not worked together cohesively in the past. Founded by Ted Arison in the 70’s Carnival Corp. was the first cruise line to advertise on network television.

Although Donald, a New Orleans native,  who previously ran the Executive Leadership Council, The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and Merisant Corp., parent company of Equal, and was the President of Monsanto, sat on the Carnival board, he wasn’t angling for the top job. But now he feels its a good fit.

“I am having a great time,” he told Black Enterprise. “This is an enormous opportunity at an incredible time in the life of the company.”

Read the whole story in the May 2014 issue of Black Enterprise. 

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One thought on “CEO of Carnival Arnold Donald Lands on the Cover of ‘Black Enterprise’

  1. Linda on said:

    Congratulations to him, maybe he’ll make great changes. My first cruise was Carnival 4yrs ago and I have no desire to re-sail. For so much money it was very disappointing; there’s absolutely nothing to do during the days at sea but gamble. No shows, no shops open and no other activities. My group ended up playing cards in the library.

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