Ron Doornink joined the Fight Colorectal Cancer Board of Directors in 2017. He also serves on the board of two companies: as chairman of Turtle Beach, a provider of headsets for gaming devices, and as director of Stella & Chewy’s, a provider of all-natural freeze dried and frozen raw pet food. He is also an operating partner with Stripes Group, a private investment firm.
His past associations include being a member of the board of overseers of Columbia Business School, director of the Prevent Cancer Foundation, advisor to the board of directors of Activision-Blizzard, member of the board of directors of Activision, president of Activision, chairman and chief executive officer of Activision Publishing, and president of Hunt-Wesson Snack Food, a division of ConAgra Foods. Earlier, he held progressive positions in marketing and general management with the Procter & Gamble company.
Doornink holds a Master of Business Administration degree from Columbia University. He received his bachelor’s degree in economics from Hogere Economische School of Arnhem in the Netherlands. Doornink has four grown children and he and his wife, Martha, live in Boerne, Texas.
For me, the fight against colorectal cancer is deeply personal, having lost both my sister and her husband to this disease when they were in their prime, cruelly leaving behind their two young children to grow up without parents in their lives.”– Ron Doornink