John Sculley is L Catterton Asia Acquisition's independent director. Mr. Sculley has been a mentor and investor in global technology and healthcare companies for over two decades. In this capacity, he serves as vice chairman for Celularity, Inc., a placenta blood cord stem cell company; as Chairman and Chief Marketing Officer for Rx Advance Corporation; as co-founder and vice chairman of Zeta Global, a personalized marketing platform; as co-founder of Misfit Wearables, a wearable technology company (acquired by Fossil Group); and was co-founder and Vice Chairman of Rally Health (acquired by UnitedHealth's Optum unit). He has also been an active investor in early-stage enterprises like MDLive, a telehealth provider (acquisition announced by Cigna's Evernorth in February 2021); Select Comfort Corporation, a maker of adjustable-firmness beds; NFO Research, Inc., a consumer research company; Intralinks, provider of secure online workspaces to the financial services industry; CreditTrade LLP, which provides transaction, data and information services to the credit markets; and Hotwire, an online discount travel site. Mr. Sculley was previously the Chief Executive Officer of Apple Inc. from 1983 to 1993, during which time the Apple Computer became the largest selling personal computer brand in the world. From 1978 to 1983, Mr. Sculley served as Chief Executive Officer of Pepsi-Cola Company, during which time "Pepsi Generation" and "Pepsi Challenge" marketing campaigns helped cause Pepsi-Cola to become the largest selling packaged good product in the United States as measured by AC Nielsen.
Mr. Sculley earned his Master of Business Administration from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and is a graduate of Brown University. Mr. Sculley has also received a John Hopkins honorary Ph.D. and the Ellis Island Medal of Honor.