Kiana Webb, At Large
Kiana Webb is a five restaurant franchisee in Southern California and currently maintains a position as President of Webb Family Enterprises. Kiana attended the University of San Francisco on a basketball scholarship and graduated in 2000. Although she received a Business Administration degree with an emphasis in Hospitality Management, she did not immediately jump into the family business. After college Kiana worked as an Assistant Buyer for Tall Etc. and it wasn’t until February of 2001 that she decided to join her parent’s organization Indian Hill management and the McDonald’s “Next Generation.” In 2005 Kiana became an approved owner operator and purchased her first store in 2007. Currently Webb Family Enterprises owns and operates 16 McDonald’s.
Within the McDonald’s system, Kiana aims to create an environment where each person (both crew and customer) feels valued and appreciated. Passionate about her community and the chance to give back to those within it Kiana is currently a member of Soroptomist International, Chairperson for the board of “The Child Development Center”, association member of LA County Fair, President of the local Black McDonald’s Owner Association (BMOA), and serves on the national service and the Next Generation Global Advisory Council. Other passions include working with Crossroads Inc., an organization that creates employment opportunities for formerly incarcerated women wanting to get back on their feet.
As a mother of three (Jason, Sanai, and Samia) Kiana understands the importance of being proactive in our school systems. Kiana is proud to be in partnership with Pomona Unified School District, actively participating in their literacy program Footsteps2Brilliance. Footsteps2Brilliance encourages young children to read in an effort to increase comprehension.