Kellogg makes management changes
July 23, 2007
by FoodBusinessNews.net Staff
BATTLE CREEK, MICH. — The Kellogg Co. has made several management changes.
John A. Bryant was named executive vice-president of Kellogg Co. and president of Kellogg North America. He was previously executive vice-president and chief financial officer of Kellogg and president of Kellogg International, and he will keep the role of c.f.o. Mr. Bryant was c.f.o. from February 2002 to June 2003 and has been president of Kellogg International since June 2004. In December 2006, he was renamed c.f.o., and he joined Kellogg Co. in 1998.
Jeffrey W. Montie was named executive vice-president of Kellogg Co. and president of Kellogg International. He will be responsible for leading global innovation, marketing, consumer promotion and sales teams. He was previously executive vice-president of Kellogg Co., a position he has held since September 2003, and president of Kellogg North America, which he has been since June 2004. He joined Kellogg Co. in 1987.
"These organizational moves will further broaden John and Jeff’s considerable experience and reflect our company’s continued commitment to deliver sustainable rates of growth," said David Mackay, president and chief executive officer. "This shift in responsibilities leverages their capabilities and offers new opportunities to enhance our bench strength."
Other organizational changes are: Paul Norman, senior vice-president, Kellogg Co., and president of U.S. Morning Foods, will continue to manage the Morning Foods and Kashi business and also will have the responsibility for the frozen foods business. Brad Davidson, senior-vice president of the Kellogg Co. and president of U.S. Snacks., also will oversee the Canadian business.
All the changes are effective immediately.