Domino's announces leadership changes
January 22, 2008
by Eric Schroeder
ANN ARBOR, MICH. — Domino’s Pizza, Inc. on Tuesday unveiled several significant promotions and leadership changes within the operational divisions of the company’s U.S. business.
Asi Sheikh, director of corporate operations, will join Domino’s U.S.A. Leadership Team and the Domino’s Pizza L.L.C. Leadership Council as executive vice-president, Team U.S.A. Mr. Sheikh will lead all of Domino’s U.S. company-owned stores.
Mr. Sheikh joined Domino’s Pizza in 1984 as a pizza delivery driver. Since 1994, he has led the corporate stores in New York and New Jersey. He was named the company’s Corporate Operations Director of the Year an unprecedented four times.
Scott Hinshaw, who has been executive vice-president of Team USA since September 2007, was named executive vice-president of franchise operations and development. Mr. Hinshaw is a 22-year veteran of Domino’s Pizza and has provided strong leadership to Team USA over many years.
"In these two promotions, we will now have two strong store operators on the company’s Leadership Team and Leadership Council," said David Brandon, chairman and chief executive officer. "They will provide all store operators with a strong voice at the highest level of decision-making in our company."
The company also announced Jim Stansik is moving into a new role as executive vice-president of franchise relations.