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Joseph H. Jordan
President, US & Global Services
Kelly Garcia
Lisa Price
EVP, Chief Human Resources Officer
Stefania Gvillo
SVP, Chief Analytics & Insights Officer
Kevin S. Morris
EVP, General Counsel & Corporate Secretary
Art D'Elia
EVP, International
Cindy Headen
EVP, Supply Chain Services
Fred Lund
SVP, Global Development & Sustainability
Debbie Sweeney
SVP, Franchise Relations & System Engagement
Kate Trumbull
SVP, Brand & Product Innovation
Christopher Thomas-Moore
SVP, Customer & Store Experience
Kirk Armstrong
SVP, Supply Chain Services

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Team announcement

Domino's® Names Stu Levy as EVP - Chief Financial Officer

Domino's® Names Stu Levy as EVP - Chief Financial Officer

Domino's Pizza, Inc. (NYSE: DPZ), the largest pizza company in the world based on global retail sales, today announced the appointment of Executive Vice President, Supply Chain Services, Stu Levy, as the Company's Chief Financial Officer, succeeding Jeffrey Lawrence, who earlier announced his intention to retire from the Company this year. Levy will report to Domino's Chief Executive Officer Ritch Allison. At the same time, Domino's announced the promotion of Cindy Headen to Executive Vice President, Supply Chain Services, succeeding Levy. She will join the Company's executive leadership team and will report to CEO Ritch Allison. These changes will be effective August 20, 2020. "In a relatively short period of time, both Stu and Cindy have made profound positive impacts on our Company," said Allison. "They are strong, capable leaders who are respected across our global system, and I am excited to have them in these roles." Stu Levy Levy joined Domino's in 2019 after serving as Executive Vice President, Chief Transformation Officer for Republic Services, Inc., a leading provider of non-hazardous solid waste collection, transfer, disposal, recycling and energy services. Since joining Domino's, Levy and his team have continued to improve service to the U.S. and Canadian franchisees while also driving significant efficiencies across all critical areas of the production and distribution operations. The team continued to strengthen its supplier relationship which, coupled with improvements to the operations has enabled the team to navigate the challenges of Covid-19. In addition, Levy and his team successfully expanded operations by opening new Supply Chain Centers and launched a Global Food Safety program. Prior to joining Republic, Levy spent 13 years with Bain & Company, and served as a partner from 2008-2014. "Stu has a recognized ability to develop and execute practical strategies to drive bottom-line results," said Allison. Levy holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science and a Master of Business Administration degree from Duke University. Cindy Headen Headen joined Domino's in 2015 as Vice President of Procurement & Product Management, and in 2018 was promoted to Senior Vice President of Global Procurement and Supply Chain Operations, overseeing global procurement, inventory management, commodities, Progressive Food Solutions, logistics, transportation, continuous improvement and management of Domino's Canadian supply chain operations. Prior to joining Domino's, Headen spent nearly 15 years with Pepsico USA, where she was responsible for global procurement. "During her time with Domino's, Cindy and her team have been able to secure substantial cost savings to our system by negotiating new contract terms with many of our suppliers and vendors," said Allison. "More importantly, she has led the drive to stabilize pricing from our suppliers, ensuring our cost structure is predictable, while simultaneously ensuring an uninterrupted supply of our key food products." Headen holds a degree in Metallurgical Engineering from Lehigh University in Pennsylvania. SOURCE: Domino's Pizza Inc.

Team announcement

Domino's® Promotes Art D'Elia to EVP and Chief Marketing Officer

Domino's® Promotes Art D'Elia to EVP and Chief Marketing Officer

Domino's Pizza, Inc. (NYSE: DPZ), the largest pizza company in the world based on global retail sales, announced the promotion of Art D'Elia to executive vice president, chief marketing officer. In this expanded role, D'Elia will run all global marketing initiatives for the brand, leading all U.S. marketing and advertising, and working with the brand's master franchise companies around the world. D'Elia will report to Russell Weiner, chief operating officer and president, Domino's U.S. D'Elia joined Domino's in 2018 as senior vice president, chief brand and innovation officer, leading the Company's U.S. product development and innovation, national TV advertising, and field marketing efforts. Earlier this year, he gained responsibilities for the brand's digital marketing efforts. "Art has been instrumental in building strong relationships with our U.S. franchisees," Weiner said. "His strategic and creative leadership have made us better as a company. Art is a highly respected leader at Domino's, and we're thrilled with his appointment as EVP and CMO. I am also excited for Art to have a greater opportunity to have a positive impact on our international business." Prior to joining Domino's, D'Elia spent seven years with Danone taking on progressive roles, most recently serving as marketing director in the U.K. Before Danone, D'Elia spent nearly seven years in marketing at PepsiCo Inc. SOURCE: Domino's Pizza, Inc.