BATTLE CREEK, Mich. Kellogg has announced many rearrangements in its managerial order of operations.
“These new assignments demonstrate the depth of our management bench and are part of our continuing commitment to growing talent from within the organization,” president and chief executive officer David Mackay stated. “The strength of our leadership team gives us great confidence in our ability to continue driving sustainable performance in a highly challenging environment.”
Starting with the promotion of Mark Baynes, formerly global chief marketing officer at Kellogg, to vice president and global chief marketing officer, the company has also moved Brad Davidson to the role of senior vice president and president of Kellogg North America; Paul Norman to Kellogg International senior vice president and president;; and John Bryant from executive vice president, chief financial officer and president of Kellogg North America, to the role of chief operating officer. In its international business, the company has moved Juan Pablo Villalobos, from his post as senior vice president and president of Kellogg Latin America to the job of senior vice president and president of U.S. Morning Foods; and the former chief financial officer of Kellogg Europe, Todd Penegor, will now take the reins as vice president of Kellogg and president of Kellogg U.S. Snacks.
The company also said executive vice president of Kellogg and president of Kellogg International, global innovation, and marketing and sales, Jeff Montie, has stepped down. According to Kellogg, all changes are effective immediately.