Dollar General is pleased to announce the appointment of four leadership roles at the company.
Jeff Mooney has rejoined the company as senior vice president, store operations. In this role, Mooney will oversee retail operations for more than 8,100 stores in Dollar General’s southern geographical divisions. Mooney previously served in various roles of increasing responsibility at Dollar General from 2007 to 2021, including as divisional vice president. In his most recent role, he was responsible for leading the vision and operational strategy to optimize profitability at an educational institution.
Jeff Rudy has joined DG as senior vice president, transportation. In this role he will oversee all aspects of the company's transportation function inclusive of international and domestic inbound, and responsibility for all outbound transportation including DG Private Fleet’s of more than 1,800 drivers. Rudy has held roles of increasing responsibility with more than 30 years’ of international and domestic transportation expertise including experience in high-volume supply chain management, fleet operations, freight procurement, and distribution.
Scott Kear has rejoined Dollar General as divisional vice president. He will lead store operations including sales, talent strategies, and performance optimizations with leadership over 10 regions. Kear is a tenured retail operations leader with more than 10 years of experience in driving process improvement and building high-performance teams. In his most recent role, he led sales and operations with an emphasis on business development for more than 130 stores across the country. Kear previously served as a regional director at DG.
Macedonio Garza has joined Dollar General as managing director, Mexico. Garza will plan and lead Mi Súper Dollar General business operations including store operations, merchandising, supply chain, and Store Support Center functions, providing overall direction for driving business growth and amplifying the brand among consumers in Mexico. He is a tenured leader with more than 25 years of retail operations expertise, having led high-performing teams for American companies based in Mexico. Garza will bring his unique understanding of the Mexican consumer and ability to drive business development and brand affinity for emerging markets to DG.