Dollar General appoints two leadership roles
Dollar General has made two leadership appointments.
Kelly Collier has been promoted to senior vice president, assistant general counsel. In this role, Collier will continue to lead the company’s business law team as she supports and advises those managing the company’s operations and strategic initiatives.
She oversees regulatory compliance management, contract negotiation and review, business litigation, subsidiary management and intellectual property. Most recently, she has advised on matters such as the company’s entry into Mexico and the evolution of DG Media Network.
Collier joined Dollar General in 2009 as a senior attorney and has held positions of increasing responsibility throughout her 14-year tenure with the company.
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Peggie Fort joined Dollar General as vice president, inventory and demand management. Fort will lead collaboration with merchandising, finance and the ONE Supply Chain network on forecasting, ordering and inventory levels.
Fort has more than 30 years of experience in retail, including global merchandise planning, buying and allocation functions across e-commerce, brick-and-mortar, wholesale and corporate organizations.
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