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Each of these women play critical roles within our company, their community and the retail industry. Melissa Barr, Supply Chain. As Senior Director of Supply Chain Transformation, Melissa is responsible for enterprise-wide Supply Chain transformation, aligning Supply Chain with overarching enterprise goals for maximum efficiency. Melissa is leading efforts to establish a best-in-class Supply Chain, delivering exceptional service and creating a competitive advantage for Kroger. Melissa is a leader with a passion for people and an ability to collaborate and drive for the enterprise.
Melissa acts as a thought leader bringing together people, process and technology throughout Kroger. Her optimistic and confident personality fosters collaborative problem solving while ensuring ability and ownership throughout the Supply Chain function.
As such, she has played a critical role in driving the success of the Our Brands portfolio, which achieved record-setting growth over the last two years. Tameka sets the strategic direction for sensory evaluation and other market validation methodologies in support of launching new or reformulated product.
Her team governs the ingredient and finished product specification program for all branded products, both manufactured and procured. Tameka also le quality management programs for branded procured products, providing scientific direction to resolve and troubleshoot formulation and operational concerns across our 34 manufacturing facilities.
Erin Dyer, Columbus Division. As Vice President of Operations for the Columbus Division, Erin is responsible for directing and coordinating effective Operations of all store locations and business units within the Columbus Division, with locations and more than 19, associates. Her role requires her to spend roughly half her time in stores evaluating Operations and working directly with store and district teams to improve execution, the customer experience and financial goals. Allison Garcia, Marketing. As Promo Planning and Marketing Director, Allison oversees a team of more than 80 associates who are responsible for the de, production and delivery of enterprise and division-specific print, marketing campaigns and in-store age for Kroger.
In her role, she partners with Marketing and Merchandising to strategically plan customer communications of merchandising, promo planning programs and sales events. She also works directly with retail divisions to create plans to support their business goals while tailoring enterprise collateral to reach local customers and fulfill their unique needs.
Allison is also hyper-focused on growing and empowering her team. Rachael Hadaway, As a Senior Vice President at With a focus on user experience, Rachael has been leading a revamp of our product portfolio featuring the relaunch of Both products have redefined the customer experience in their spaces, increased response times and scope, and supported shifts in our commercial models. Rachael also serves as a business sponsor of the Jordan Kremm, Merchandising.
She knows our customers through our robust data analytics and helps us connects with the more than Mature woman sex from Federal Way kroger million people who shop our stores every day. Jordan and her team of 46 associates manage 81 and make decisions every single day that help make Kroger a Fortune 20 company and one of the largest retailers in the world. In addition, Jordan has been chosen to lead a workstream of associates, overseeing 22 initiatives aimed at redefining our Center Store business and finding new ways of working to streamline processes and provide customers with an experience that is second to none.
Kate Meyer, Merchandising. Kate is responsible for sales, gross margin dollars and rate for all Kroger center store. To deliver on sales and profit margins, her team develops strategic sales plans weekly and quarterly, as well as shelving strategies layout and assortment that align to customer needs and preferences. Her team also collaborates with our Under her leadership, the HR team manages the entire associate lifecycle from recruitment to development to retention. She has also focused on creating and growing community relationships, partnering with strategic organizations that will help accelerate our areas of focus.
Cara Pratt, Cara is responsible for the development and execution of the commercial and product strategies for Kroger Precision Marketing KPMas well as the financial commitments of KPM to the Kroger enterprise. In this role, she defines the roadmaps and business plans that drive the development of KPM capabilities through data driven targeting and measurement. As a vice president at Cara and her team engage with more than national CPG brands through their brand marketing, shopper marketing, media and ecommerce teams, executing top-of-funnel to point-of-commerce media campaigns.
Guiding the industry to think differently about media investments and how brands connect with their customers, Cara was the driving force behind this growth.
Cara also led a rede of the KPM sales team establishing new ways of working, creating channel and product centers of excellence, and embedding media industry experience to elevate the level of engagement with CPGs and agencies. Mandy Rassi, Marketing. Mandy le the Marketing function for Kroger. Megan Shaffer, Retail Operations. As Vice President of Retail Operations, Megan is responsible for leading our retail operations function and its transformation workstream. She oversees a team of more than 40 associates that work to achieve simplification, efficiency and digital innovation across all retail departments within Kroger.
These improvements were instrumental in Kroger meeting goals for She also coordinates regular team-building and problem-solving activities with her team. Holly Adrien, Merchandising. As E-commerce business manager-HBC, Holly aligned with brick-and-mortar leadership on a new path forward for digital merchandising, ensuring a sound foundation for Pickup, delivery and shipping, with the team refocusing on imagery, product detail s and site content.
Misty Cavanaugh, Dillons. Misty is an innovative and dynamic leader for the Dillons Division. Her primary responsibilities are centered on directing and leading the effective operation of the division fuel department for 54 fuel centers. Under her leadership, the division has exceeded its goal verses budget and year in gross profit, contribution, EBITDA in fuel and fuel center kiosk sales inthanks to her time and talents. Misty models and inspires associates to deliver the very best customer experience. She maintains this high standard of customer service through engaging, coaching, and training associates.
Angela is an innovative thinker, continually developing new sales strategies to increase product revenue and customer loyalty. In her spare time, Angela enjoys giving back to her local community. Chelsea Cubero, Fred Meyer. In her current role, as district associate and customer experience coordinator, Chelsea led the district merchandising team through five major store remodels and grand openings. QFC has reached out to the same vendor to do business as well. Becky Diaz, Merchandising. She also led the creation of our Fresh Beauty concept stores, which were built in three months and launched in select stores.
Jo Anne is a continuous improvement engineer 3 in the Kroger Technology and Digital department. She is being recognized for her many contributions assisting other teams across Kroger. On short notice, Jo Anne successfully planned and executed a workshop for plus associates on the Cloud First program, involving the migration of applications to Microsoft Azure Cloud. She was also engaged by the corporate marketing team to facilitate best-in-class future-state process work and led the team to complete the work on a shorter timeline and with ificant cost savings.
She le pharmacies with pharmacists, office support, field, and retail staff. Stacy coordinated the acquisition of the Shopko files, introduced suggestive selling to Pharmacy and led an RX Growth Plan. Her financial management expertise and keen oversight led to a division identical-store sales increase of 4. Ban George, Michigan. As the division Health and Wellness merchandiser, Ban worked diligently alongside the United Food Commercial Workers union to provide more than 6, biometric health screenings to improve the health and wellness of Michigan Kroger associates.
She surpassed the goal of 1, free cholesterol screenings by providing 1, such screenings to the public during February to support American Heart Month. Katy Greiner, Merchandising. Katy is the national coordinator of wine and spirits.
Leveraging her planning, communication and leadership skills, Katy undertook the massive task of coordinating the launch of full-strength beer at King Soopers and Kroger stores in the states of Colorado and Kansas, respectively. She developed and implemented a customer-first beer-pricing program in the Ralphs division, which was able to move its sales, units and market share from negative trends to growth for the first time in more than three years.
Katy is a certified level 2 Cicerone in beer, one of only about 1, in the United States. Marilyn Lema, Houston. Marilyn is the assistant controller for the Houston Division. Promoted from a financial analyst to her role inMarilyn has contributed ificantly to division-specific savings, leading to positive impacts towards EBITDA. Nina Lerner, As director of data science — statistical learning, Nina overhauled the Customer Dimension Segmentations program and established the vision and methodology of the Household Segmentation Factory, while creating efficiencies through automation of code.
Amanda Martin, Delta.
Amanda Martin, division sales manager, is an energetic, knowledgeable and passionate member of the Delta Division Merchandising team. Her passion for is evidenced by how she adds market research to bolster her innate understanding of local market trends as well as customer lifestyles and needs. Amanda is especially passionate about caring for the health and wellbeing of young children. For two years, she partnered with a local candy distributor to provide a Halloween celebration for the children living at the Ronald McDonald House in Memphis.
Andrea Martinez, Dallas. As the Dallas Division talent and development manager, Andrea is directly responsible for the annual development and training budget for over 14, associates, based on talent needs and ongoing requirements.Mature woman sex from Federal Way kroger
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