Coca-Cola Enterprises has announced the election of five officers to its corporate and North American Business Unit management teams.

John R. Parker, Jr., 54, has been elected senior vice president, strategic initiatives, North America. He will have responsibility for identifying and implementing key business improvement initiatives throughout North America. Parker has been in the Coca-Cola system since 1987.

Alex Jackson, 45, becomes vice president, quality, with primary responsibility for quality assurance throughout North America. He will also provide guidance and support for the company's European quality efforts. Jackson joined CCE in 2000.

Daniel J. Markle, 48, has been elected vice president, US field sales operations with direct responsibility for each of the six newly created US business units. Markle has been with the Coca-Cola system for more than 24 years and joined CCE at its inception in 1986.

Cyril J. Turner, 43, is the new vice president, capital planning and value management, with responsibility for the company's capital expenditures. In 2000, Turner joined CCE from The Coca-Cola Company as vice president, finance, and CFO, Eastern North America Group.

Brian E. Wynne, 40, has been elected vice president, North American human resources. His responsibilities will include the development and implementation of human resources initiatives for all North American employees. Wynne began his career with the Coca-Cola system in 1988 and has held positions in sales, marketing, field operations, and human resources.