ANN ARBOR, MI (StLouisRestaurantReview) Domino’s Pizza, Inc. (NYSE: DPZ), the largest pizza company in the world, today announced the promotions of Joe Jordan to the role of President, U.S. & Global Services and Art D’Elia to the position of Executive Vice President – International, effective May 1, 2022. Jordan and D’Elia will report to Russell Weiner, current Chief Operating Officer, and President – Domino’s U.S., and incoming Domino’s CEO (effective May 1, 2022.)
“Joe and Art are extremely talented executives who have 15 years of Domino’s experience between the two of them,” said Mr. Weiner. “They are well known and respected by our team members and franchisees around the world. Each is an incredible leader whose insights, expertise, and values embody what makes Domino’s such a special place to work. I am excited for them and the Company.”
As President, U.S. & Global Services, Jordan will be responsible for leading the Company’s U.S. business and vital global centers of excellence. He most recently served as Executive Vice President – International of Domino’s since April 2018, after serving as Senior Vice President – Chief Marketing Officer of Domino’s from May 2015 to April 2018. Before joining Domino’s, Jordan worked for six years at PepsiCo North America, where he served as the senior director of marketing. Jordan holds an MBA from New York University and a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the College of William and Mary.
As Executive Vice President – International, D’Elia will be responsible for overseeing Domino’s business in more than 90 countries worldwide. D’Elia most recently served as Executive Vice President – Chief Marketing Officer of Dominoes since July 2020. He joined Domino’s in January 2018 as Senior Vice President – Chief Brand & Innovation Officer. Before Domino’s, D’Elia served as chief marketing officer for Danone Dairy’s business unit, which serviced the United Kingdom, Ireland, Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxemburg. D’Elia holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Michigan.