Domino's Pizza has hired Stu Levy as its executive vice president of supply chain. Levy will report to chief executive officer Richard Allison and will join the company effective January 21.
Levy was most recently executive vice president, chief transformation officer for Republic Services, Inc., a leading provider of non-hazardous solid waste collection, transfer, disposal, recycling and energy services serving more than 14 million customers nationwide.
Prior to joining Republic, Levy spent 13 years with Bain & Company, and served as a partner from 2008-2014, where he advised clients on strategy, marketing, organization, operations, technology, and mergers and acquisitions.
"Stu has a proven track record of successfully leading organizations through complex change programs and has a recognized ability to develop and execute practical strategies to drive bottom-line results," says Allison. "He's going to be a terrific addition to our experienced leadership team."
Prior to Bain & Company, Levy had leadership roles at McMaster-Carr Supply Company, Utility Management Services Group and Andersen Consulting. He holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science and a Master of Business Administration degree from Duke University.
Domino's Supply Chain division operates 23 fresh dough manufacturing and food distribution centers across the United States and Canada; one equipment and supply facility; one vegetable processing plant; and one facility that makes the company's thin crust product.