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Kellogg names new leadership for grocery business

Kim Reed leaves company, role split between two Kellogg's veterans

Kim Reed, general manager of Kellogg's U.S. Grocery business, will be leaving the company May 31 to pursue a new career opportunity. Her role has been divided into two to support the leadership of Kellogg's Grocery business.

Carrie Sander has been appointed vice president, national accounts, grocery, while Shane Sgambelluri has been appointed to vice president, regional accounts, grocery.

Sander has a variety of experience in different sales channels and regions during her 17 years with Kellogg. She was most recently vice president of sales for Kellogg’s Kroger business.

Sgambelluri joined Kellogg more than 17 years ago and has deep experience across many channels and regions of our business.

He was most recently West Region vice president and has a proven track record of enhancing customer relationships, delivering budget and consistently growing sales.

“We are thrilled to see Carrie and Shane stepping into senior leadership roles within Kellogg,” said Scott Salmon, chief customer officer, Kellogg Company. “With more than 34 years of combined service, the two have earned the respect of Kellogg’s customers and of their teams. I know our grocery business will thrive with their leadership.”

 

 

 

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