CEO Moves this week include:
|Viacom Inc.||BNY Mellon||The Kroger Co.|
|Anaplan||MiTek Industries, Inc.||Nine West Holdings, Inc.|
|ConnectiCare||Sequential Technology International||JND Legal Administration|
|Fairlead Integrated||Healthtel||National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization|
|MV Transportation, Inc.||Temco Service Industries, Inc.||Verso Corporation|
|The Aging Life Care Association||American Seafoods Group||Kespry|
|Parkinson’s Foundation||Intersections Inc.||Hope for Haiti|
|WellPet, LLC||Resonant Inc.||ETR|
|Reflect||Rent-A-Center, Inc.||Mainstreet Health Investments Inc.|
|RAVE Restaurant Group, Inc.||Charles E. Smith Life Communities||Elite Comfort Solutions LLC|
|Promethean||Invitae Corporation||Solar Energy Industries Association|
|Antelope Valley Hospital||SmartFocus||Viptela|
|The Association of American Publishers||Expert System||Yandy|
|Capital Forensics, Inc.||Nuix||GlobalFit|
|Burson-Marsteller||Computex Technology Solutions||Accurus Aerospace Corporation|
|WidePoint Corporation||LiveOps, Inc.||Thomas Publishing Company, LLC|
|Cutter Associates||agilon health||Le Duff America Inc.|
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Viacom Inc. [NEW YORK] (NASDAQ: VIAB, VIA) announced the appointment of David Lynn as President and CEO of Viacom International Media Networks (VIMN). Lynn is currently President of VIMN’s operations in the UK, Northern and Eastern Europe, encompassing more than 30 territories. Lynn will report to Bob Bakish, whom he replaces as CEO of VIMN following Bakish’s promotion to become President and CEO of Viacom Inc. last month.
BNY Mellon [NEW YORK] announced that Jeff McCarthy has joined the company in the newly-created role of Chief Executive Officer, Exchange Traded Funds. McCarthy joins from NASDAQ, where he was Vice President and Head of Exchange Traded Product Listings & Trading. Prior to his role with NASDAQ, McCarthy was Head of Global ETF Products and Co-Head of ETF Trading & Investor Services in Asia Pacific for Citigroup. Earlier in his career, McCarthy was Global ETF Product Head for Brown Brothers Harriman & Co.
The Kroger Co. [CINCINNATI] (NYSE: KR) announced that Mark S. Sutton has been elected to the Company’s Board of Directors. Mr. Sutton is chairman and chief executive officer of International Paper. Prior to becoming CEO, he served as president and chief operating officer with responsibility for running the company’s global business. Mr. Sutton joined International Paper in 1984 as an electrical engineer. He held roles of increasing responsibility throughout his career, including mill manager, vice president of corrugated packaging operations across Europe, the Middle East and Africa, vice president of corporate strategic planning, and senior vice president of several business units, including global supply chain, before being named CEO in 2014.
Anaplan [SAN FRANCISCO] announced that it has appointed Frank Calderoni as its new President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), effective January 23, 2017. Calderoni comes to Anaplan from Red Hat, Inc., where he was Executive Vice President of Operations and Chief Financial Officer (CFO). He previously served 11 years at Cisco Systems, Inc., including seven years as Executive Vice President and CFO. Calderoni’s other technology industry posts have included Senior Vice President and CFO at both QLogic and SanDisk, and Vice President at IBM.
MiTek Industries, Inc. [CHESTERFIELD, Mo.] announced that it has added Mark Thom to its leadership as the new CEO. The current CEO, Tom Manenti, will assume the role of Executive Chairman for 2017. For 16 years, Mr. Thom led teams within the former Tyco Healthcare, where he received top honors as a sales person. He began his career at Tyco Healthcare after graduation from Miami University and rose to the role of president of the Tyco’s Vascular Therapy division in 1998, just eight years after he left college. Soon after Tyco Healthcare acquired Mallinckrodt Medical, Mr. Thom was named president of Mallinckrodt’s Diagnostic Imaging business, and he was later named Group President, Tyco Healthcare in early 2003. In recent years he served as leadership consultant to the MiTek senior leadership team.
Nine West Holdings, Inc. [NEW YORK] announced the appointment of Joel Oblonsky as Chief Executive Officer of the Nine West and Bandolino division. Mr. Oblonsky most recently served as President of Ralph Lauren’s Polo and Lauren Footwear brands, positions he held since 2007, and as President of Lauren Accessories, a position he held since 2009. Mr. Oblonsky previously served as President and COO of Nina Footwear Corporation from 2004 to 2007. From 1991 to 2004, Mr. Oblonsky served in a variety of management roles within Nine West Group, where he served as President of Bandolino from 1999 to 2003.
ConnectiCare [FARMINGTON, Conn.] announced that Michael Wise, President and Chief Executive Officer, is leaving the company as of February 1, 2017. Eric Galvin has been named President and Chief Operating Officer and will lead the ConnectiCare team. Eric previously served as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. Galvin came to ConnectiCare from Blue Cross Blue Shield South Carolina.
Sequential Technology International (STI) [WARREN, N.J.] announced that Kent Mathy will join Sequential Technology as its Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Mathy, who most recently served as AT&T’s Southeast Region President.
JND Legal Administration [SEATTLE] appointed Jennifer Keough as the company’s new chief executive officer. One of the company’s three co-founders, Keough previously served as managing director of JND Legal Administration and CEO of the company’s class action division.
Fraser Optics [VIRGINIA BEACH, Va.] announced that it has appointed Luke Ritter as the chief executive officer. Ritter joins Fraser Optics after serving most of the last 10 years as executive vice president in Ridge Global. Mr. Ritter joined Tom Ridge in 2007 when he merged the firm he had founded, Trident Global Partners, with Ridge Global.
Healthtel [MINNEAPOLIS] announced the company has appointed Jeff Fritz to the role of President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO). With over 20 years of experience as a leader in both the healthcare and financial services technology industries, Fritz has a proven track record of achieving significant revenue growth for emerging software companies. In 2003, he created an innovative Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solution model for the consumer-driven healthcare industry with Lighthouse1 (now WEX Health).
National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization [ALEXANDRIA, Va.] announced that it has selected Edo Banach as the organization’s next president and chief executive officer, effective February 22, 2017. Banach will succeed J. Donald Schumacher who has led the organization since 2002. Banach is currently a partner in the firm of Gallagher, Evelius & Jones in Baltimore, MD. He previously was the Deputy Director of the Medicare-Medicaid Coordination Office at the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services and Associate General Counsel at the Visiting Nurse Service of New York. Prior to that, Banach was the General Counsel at the Medicare Rights Center.
MV Transportation, Inc. [DALLAS] announced that board member John Rogers has been named MV’s interim chief executive officer. Rogers has been a member of the MV board of directors since September 2015. Rogers succeeds Brian Kibby, CEO since January 2015. Rogers is the co-founder and current CEO of Capstone National Partners, a Washington, D.C.-based government relations firm. John is also the founder and CEO of RL Leaders. Rogers will be taking a leave of absence from these current positions to focus full time on the MV engagement. He serves as a member of the board of directors for Vendini.
Temco Service Industries, Inc. [NEW YORK], the US division of ATALIAN, announced that Christopher Hughes is appointed Chief Executive Officer of Temco. Chris Hughes joined Temco in May 2016 and served as its Chief Operating Officer till now and takes over from Henrik Thomassian as Chief Executive Officer. Prior to joining Temco, Hughes was Executive Vice President of ABM. Prior to that he was the Chief Operating Officer of OneSource Facility Services, when it merged with ABM in 2007.
Verso Corporation [MEMPHIS, Tenn.] (NYSE: VRS) announced that B. Christopher DiSantis will become the chief executive officer and a director of Verso effective as of February 1, 2017. Since 2012, DiSantis was the CEO of H-D Advanced Manufacturing Company. From 2011 to 2012, DiSantis was the CEO of Latrobe Specialty Metals, Inc. (now a part of Carpenter Technology Corporation). Before joining Latrobe, he served for a decade in positions of increasing responsibility, most recently as president, at Hawk Corporation.
The Aging Life Care Association (ALCA) [TUCSON, ARIZONA] announced the hiring of Thomas A. Kube as Chief Executive Officer. Kube steps in after long-time CEO Kaaren Boothroyd retired at the end of 2016. Boothroyd lead the association for ten years. Tom was previously the Executive Director of the Council of Educational Facility Planners and the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges of Technology. He has also served as a trustee for several Regionally Accredited Colleges in the mid-west.
American Seafoods Group [SEATTLE] announced that it has selected Mikel Durham to serve as its Chief Executive Officer. Current CEO and Chairman Bernt Bodal will continue as Chairman. Durham is an independent Board member of Tyson Foods and has previously served as the Global Growth Officer of PepsiCo’s North America Foodservice business, President of Burger King North America, President of Global Supply Chain for Cadbury Schweppes, Managing Director of Guinness Venture Markets, Chief Commercial Officer of CSM Bakery Solutions, and General Manager of Yum! Southern Europe.
Kespry [MENLO PARK, Calif.] announced that George Mathew has been appointed as the company’s new chief executive officer (CEO) and chairman. He was most recently president and chief operating officer of self-service analytics software provider Alteryx. Prior to Alteryx, Mathew was global vice president and general manager for business intelligence (BI) at SAP. Mathew takes the reins from founder and first-time CEO Paul Doersch. Doersch remains a shareholder in the company.
Parkinson’s Foundation [NEW YORK and MIAMI] announced its selection of John L. Lehr as chief executive officer. Before joining the Parkinson’s Foundation, Lehr served as President of Orr Associates, a consulting firm focused on the nonprofit sector, with offices in Washington, DC, and New York City. His previous role was CEO of Food Allergy Research & Education. Before this, he served as CEO of CureSearch for Children’s Cancer. From 2004 to 2009, he directed the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s Milestones to a Cure Campaign.
Intersections Inc. [CHANTILLY, Va.] (NASDAQ: INTX) announced that it has appointed Johan Roets as Chief Executive Officer. Michael Stanfield will assume the role of Chairman and Founder and will continue to serve as the Chairman of the Board. Roets joined Intersections in September 2014, as Chief Operating Officer and quickly added President, Identity Guard to his role. Roets was elected as a member of the Intersections Board of Directors in May 2015.
Hope for Haiti [STAMFORD, Conn.] announced that it has chosen Skyler Badenoch as its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO). A returned Peace Corps Volunteer from Cote d’Ivoire, Skyler managed international programs in Haiti, Nicaragua, and Malawi for buildOn for 10 years. Most recently as Vice President of New Business Development, he raised more than $10MM for those programs.
WellPet, LLC [TEWKSBURY, Mass.] has named Camelle Kent as its new chief executive officer. Kent joined WellPet three years ago and has been serving as WellPet’s chief commercial officer. Kent succeeds Tim Callahan, who has been appointed CEO and president at Berwind, the family company that owns WellPet. Prior to joining WellPet in 2013, Kent served in senior global marketing roles for Timberland and Gillette.
Resonant Inc. [GOLETA, Calif.] (NASDAQ: RESN) announced that Terry Lingren, the company’s CEO, board member and one of its founders, will retire from his positions with the company and George B. Holmes, the company’s President, Chief Commercial Officer and board member has been named his successor.
ETR [SCOTTS VALLEY, Calif.] announced that it has appointed Dr. Vignetta Charles as Chief Executive Officer. Dr. Charles has been the Chief Science Officer at ETR for the past 18 months. Dr. Charles came to ETR from AIDS United, where she served as Senior Vice President. Dr. Charles currently serves on the Presidential Advisory Council for HIV/AIDS; and is on the Board of Directors for the Center for Health and Gender Equity (CHANGE) and the Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS).
Reflect [DALLAS] appointed Lee Summers as chief executive officer. Bill Warren previously led Reflect as CEO and will maintain his position as Executive Chairman of the Board. In addition to his previous position as manager of marketing, technology and strategic business development at Nebraska Furniture Mart, Mr. Summers’s experience has included management positions at The Integer Group, New Asset Advisors, Tracylocke and DDB.
Rent-A-Center, Inc. [PLANO, Texas] (NASDAQ/NGS: RCII) announced the resignation of Robert D. Davis as Chief Executive Officer and director. Board Chairman Mark E. Speese, the Company’s founder and former chief executive officer, will serve as interim CEO of the Company. Mr. Speese has served as the Company’s Chairman of the Board since October 2001 and as a Board director since 1990. He served as the Company’s Chief Executive Officer from October 2001 until January 2014. Mr. Speese previously served as Vice Chairman from September 1999 until March 2001. From 1990 until April 1999, Mr. Speese served as President, and he also served as Chief Operating Officer from November 1994 until March 1999.
Mainstreet Health Investments Inc. [TORONTO] (TSX: HLP.U) announced that Scott White has been appointed to the position of Chief Executive Officer. Prior to his appointment, Mr. White served as the President and Chief Operating Officer of the Company. Before serving in his current role with the Company, Mr. White was executive vice president of investments at Mainstreet Property Group and an executive vice president with HealthLease Properties Real Estate Investment Trust. Prior to joining Mainstreet and HealthLease, Mr. White spent over 15 years on Wall Street. Mr. White served as a senior vice president in the private funds group of Brookfield Asset Management Inc.
RAVE Restaurant Group, Inc. [DALLAS] (NASDAQ: RAVE) announced that it has named Scott Crane as Chief Executive Officer. Crane succeeds Interim CEO Clinton J. Coleman, who will remain in his role as a member of the Board, where he has served since 2007. Crane most recently served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Smashburger. Previously, Mr. Crane was at Fugate Enterprises, Inc.
Charles E. Smith Life Communities (CESLC) [ROCKVILLE, Md.] announced Bruce J. Lederman as President and Chief Executive Officer. Lederman succeeds Warren R. Slavin, who retired and remains with the organization as CEO Emeritus. Lederman previously held the position of Chief Operating Officer. Prior to CESLC, Lederman served as senior vice president and chief strategy officer for Midwest Administrative Services Inc.
Elite Comfort Solutions LLC (ECS) [NEWNAN, Ga.] announced that it has selected Chris Chrisafides as its Chief Executive Officer. Chrisafides most recently led Dow Chemical’s North American polyurethane division as the Commercial Vice President. Prior to that he served in a variety of senior leadership roles, including General Manager and Global Business Development Director at Rohm & Haas. Mr. Chrisafides succeeds Dino Rossi who served as interim CEO and will now move into a board advisory role.
Promethean [ATLANTA] announced the appointment of Vin Riera as chief executive officer. Riera most recently served as director and CEO of Collegis Education. Prior to Collegis, Riera served as Director and CEO of Edmentum. In addition, he served in progressive executive leadership roles at Gateway, Inc. and Equant, Inc., now Orange Business Services.
Invitae Corporation [SAN FRANCISCO] (NYSE: NVTA) announced that Sean George, Ph.D., its co-founder and current president and chief operating officer, has been named chief executive officer for the company. Current chairman and chief executive officer Randy Scott will become executive chairman of the board of directors and remain full time at the company. Dr. George was a co-founder and CEO of Locus Development that changed its name to Invitae in 2012 when it combined with a team from the Invitae subsidiary of Genomic Health led by Dr. Scott. Prior to that, he served as chief operating officer at Navigenics, as well as in various leadership roles at Affymetrix and Invitrogen.
Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) [WASHINGTON] announced that Abigail Ross Hopper has been named president and chief executive officer. Ms. Hopper joins SEIA from the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) within the Department of Interior. Prior to that, she led the Maryland Energy Administration (MEA), served as energy advisor to former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley, and was deputy general counsel to the Maryland Public Service Commission.
Antelope Valley Hospital (AVH) [LANCASTER, Calif.] announced that Michael Wall has been named president and chief executive officer. Wall most recently served as executive director of Head & Neck Associates of Orange County and prior to that was acting president and chief executive officer at St. John’s Health Center/John Wayne Cancer Institute in Santa Monica. In addition to his role at St. John’s Health Center, Wall served 12 years as president/CEO at Northridge Hospital Medical Center. He has also served as CEO at Alameda County Health System in Oakland and at John Muir/Mt. Diablo Health System in Concord.
SmartFocus [NEW YORK] announced the appointment of Chris Allan as its new CEO in a move that sees the company’s former CEO, Rob Mullen, join the SmartFocus board. Prior to his appointment at SmartFocus, Chris was CEO of Quantum Retail Technology, where he had previously served as Chief Customer Officer and Chief Strategy Officer. Previously, Chris was Managing Director at Accenture where he led the Products Analytics organization in the UK and Ireland. Chris also served as Director of Strategy at Retek (now part of Oracle).
Viptela [SAN JOSE, Calif.] announced the appointment of Praveen Akkiraju as its new CEO. Amir Khan, co-founder and current CEO will continue playing an active role as President and board member. Mr. Akkiraju was, for the past four years, CEO of VCE, a division of Dell EMC. Prior to VCE, he spent more than 19 years at Cisco. In his last role, he was senior vice president & general manager of Cisco’s Enterprise Networking group.
The Association of American Publishers (AAP) [WASHINGTON] announced that the former United States Register of Copyrights, Maria A. Pallante, succeeded Tom Allen who is retiring as President and CEO. Pallante headed the U.S. Copyright Office from June 1, 2011 – October 29, 2016. Prior to her appointment as Register, Pallante held two senior positions in the U.S. Copyright Office: Deputy General Counsel (2007–2008) and Associate Register and Director of Policy and International Affairs (2008–2010). From 1999 to 2007, she was intellectual property counsel and director of licensing and branding for the worldwide network of Guggenheim Museums. Earlier in her career, she worked briefly for the Authors Guild and National Writers Union, respectively, and was in private practice in Washington, DC.
Expert System [ALEXANDRIA, Va.] announced that it has appointed Louis Andre as the new CEO for Expert System USA, the Group’s North American subsidiary. Andre joins following a distinguished career in security and intelligence in both the public and private sector. Andre was the first U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) senior to simultaneously serve as the Chief Operating Officer and Chief of Staff for the Agency. He was also Senior Vice President for Intelligence Business Strategy at CACI International.
Yandy [PHOENIX] announced the hiring of Thom Brodeur as its new CEO, replacing Chad Horstman, Yandy’s Founding CEO. Horstman will continue to serve on Yandy’s Board of Directors and remain co-owner of the company. Brodeur worked in start-up, scale-up and growth businesses such as GoDaddy, Marketwired, EmpowHER, Tallwave, Digital Air Strike, and Maria Shireen.
Capital Forensics, Inc. (CFI) [ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill.] announced that Vadim Khavinson has become the firm’s Chairman and CEO. Mr. Khavinson joined CFI in 2002 as an analyst, and has assumed increasingly higher levels of responsibility. Most recently, he has served as President of CFI for more than 8 years.
Nuix [HERNDON, Va.] announced that Jeffrey Bleich has joined the Nuix Board. Mr. Bleich takes-up the board position of Eddie Sheehy who has resigned as CEO and from the Nuix Board. Mr. Bleich served as US ambassador to Australia from 2009 to 2013, and as Special Counsel to President Obama in the White House during the first year of his Administration. Mr. Bleich is currently Group CEO and a Partner at Dentons. Until the board appoints a CEO, Nuix co-founder and Chairman Dr. Tony Castagna will assume many of the current CEO responsibilities.
GlobalFit [PHILADELPHIA] appointed its chairman, Anthony J. Frick, Esq., to President and CEO. Mr. Frick most recently served as a Managing Director and Vice President and General Counsel with Diversified Search. Prior to Diversified Search, Mr. Frick served as an attorney with Dechert LLP. Earlier, Mr. Frick was a healthcare consultant for Accenture.
Burson-Marsteller [NEW YORK] announced that Mike Fernandez has been named U.S. CEO. Fernandez succeeds Michael Law who becomes Worldwide Executive Vice President. Fernandez joined Burson-Marsteller in September 2016 as Chair, Global Corporate and Financial Practice. Fernandez has served as the chief communications officer for five large U.S.-based corporations across diverse industries, including financial, technology, consumer goods and services, and health care. Most recently, he led global corporate affairs at Cargill. Before joining Cargill, Fernandez was chief communications officer for four Fortune 500 companies, including State Farm Insurance, ConAgra Foods, Cigna and US West, and before that he held marketing and public relations roles at Kodak.
Investor Management Services (IMS) [CHARLOTTE, N.C.] announced that Chris Atkinson has joined the company as CEO. Mr. Atkinson replaces Robert J. Finlay, Chairman of the Board, who served as CEO since product inception in 2015. Atkinson was CEO of KnowledgeTree. Prior to KnowledgeTree, Chris served as Executive Vice President and General Manager of StrikeIron.
Computex Technology Solutions [HOUSTON, TX] appointed IT channel leader Frank Vitagliano as the firm’s new President and CEO. Vitagliano takes the reins from Computex Co-Founder Jason Haffar, who is retiring as CEO to join the firm’s Board of Directors and serve as a strategic advisor to the executive leadership team. Vitagliano joins Computex after serving as Dell’s Vice President of Global Distribution Sales and Strategy. Prior to working with Dell, Vitagliano led global channel sales for Juniper Networks. Vitagliano began his career at IBM, where he first met the Haffar brothers and earned his longstanding title of channel chief.
Accurus Aerospace Corporation [NEW YORK and DALLAS] announced the promotion of Robert A. Kirkpatrick to President and CEO and appointed James M. Gibson Chairman. Mr. Kirkpatrick joined Accurus in 2014 as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer and was promoted to President in 2016. Prior to joining Accurus, Mr. Kirkpatrick held a number of different roles across the aerospace manufacturing industry throughout his 20 year career. Most recently, Mr. Kirkpatrick was Senior Vice President of Airframe Products for Precision Castparts Corp. Prior to joining Precision Castparts Corp., he held senior positions at Primus International Inc. and Walden’s Machine, Inc.
WidePoint Corporation [MCLEAN, Va.] (NYSE MKT: WYY) announced that it has appointed Jeffrey O. Nyweide as Chief Executive Officer and President. Nyweide was also appointed to the Board of Directors. Steve Komar will assume the role of Executive Chairman, continuing to serve as a Member of WidePoint’s Board. Prior to joining WidePoint, Nyweide served as the EVP and CFO of GlobalOptions Group. He has also served as the President and Chief Operating Officer of Dataware Technologies, Inc. Jeff has acted as a founding partner in Northern Light Technology, LLC and was an executive with The Service Bureau Company, a subsidiary of Control Data Corporation. Mr. Nyweide has been a Venture Partner with Millennium Technology Ventures, L.P.
LiveOps, Inc. [SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.] announced that Keith Leimbach has been appointed to the role of chief executive officer. Before coming to LiveOps, Keith served as the CEO of ESG. Prior to that, he was the chief operating officer at ServiceSource and held multiple executive leadership roles at BEA Software and Accenture.
Thomas Publishing Company, LLC [NEW YORK] announced that Tony Uphoff has joined the company as their new President and CEO. Uphoff succeeds Carl T. Holst-Knudsen, grandson of the founder, who assumes the role of Co-Chairman. Uphoff was most recently CEO of Business.com. Before that he served as CEO of UBM TechWeb, President of the VNU Entertainment Media Group and Publisher of The Hollywood Reporter. Uphoff also served as the founding CEO of the Internet company Beliefnet. He was the President of CMP Media and Publisher of InformationWeek and spent several years serving in a range of management positions at Ziff-Davis Media.
Cutter Associates [BOSTON, MA] announce the appointment of James Bridgers as Co-CEO. James will be working alongside co-CEO Tom Seeman, Cutter’s current CEO. Tom will remain as Co-CEO of Cutter Associates during a transition period, helping to familiarize James with all aspects of the business before stepping down from his role in mid-2017. James joins Cutter from Partners in Performance (PIP). James joined PIP in Australia in 2003 as a Director, and as a member of the Leadership Committee. He previously held roles at McKinsey & Company and Tandon Capital Associates.
agilon health [LONG BEACH, Calif.] announced the appointment of Ronald J. Kuerbitz as chief executive officer, effective February 20, 2017. Mr. Kuerbitz was CEO of Fresenius Medical Care North America. He joins agilon having held a range of senior leadership positions during his 20-year career at Fresenius, including Chief Administration Officer, Executive Vice President of Government Affairs, Chief Legal Officer, and Senior Vice President and General Counsel.
Le Duff America Inc. [DALLAS] subsidiary of Groupe Le Duff, has named Olivier Poirot as CEO. Poirot most recently served as senior vice president and chief financial officer of Sodexo North America. Prior to that, he was CEO of Accor North America, Motel 6 and Studio 6, overseeing ANA’s operations in the U.S., Canada and Mexico.