Dunkin’ Brands Beefs Up E&S Management Team

Five new vice presidents just named at Dunkin’ Brands Group include two executives who will manage the E&S supply chain.

David Gill has been promoted to V.P.-Supply Chain U.S. & Canada for Dunkin' Donuts and Baskin-Robbins. His responsibilities include negotiating, implementing and managing supplier and distributor agreements; quality assurance; commercialization; manufacturing; and equipment. Gill also leads the supplier approval process and through his work with the culinary and brand teams, will play a key role in developing new products for the restaurants. He joined the Canton, Mass., company in 2000 and reports to CFO Paul Carbone.

Pete Jensen has been elevated to V.P.-Supply Chain International to lead international manufacturing and sourcing, logistics and service, regulatory compliance, supplier quality and food safety, new product commercialization, and in-store equipment innovation for both Dunkin' Donuts and Baskin-Robbins. Jensen joined the company in 2010 as global supply chain director for Baskin-Robbins; he now reports to Bill Mitchell, president-Dunkin’ Brands International.

Other new V.P.s are Sherrill Kaplan, Digital Marketing & Innovation for Dunkin’ Donuts U.S.; Dennis McCarthy, Financial Management; and Kathryn Thomas, Legal and Managing Counsel. 

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