Dollar General has made leadership promotions and welcomed a new executive to its roster.
For starters, Mark Banister has been promoted to senior vice president of in-store experience.
In this role, Banister will lead the space management, project execution and support, fixtures and supplies, and store planning teams. He joined Dollar General in 2009 and has had various roles of increasing responsibility, including leading the in-store experience teams.
Johné Battle has been promoted to the role of senior vice president of diversity and inclusion.
Since joining Dollar General in 2020, he has been instrumental in advancing the retailer’s efforts to extend the company’s operating priority to “invest in diverse teams through development, empowerment and inclusion,” according to the retailer.
Ivan Reeves has been promoted to the position of senior vice president of supply chain human resources.
He joined Dollar General in 2002 as part of the human resources team. Reeves will lead supply chain human resources for the company’s current 28 distribution centers, as well as its growing private fleet network.
Most recently, Reeves was vice president of supply chain and human resources.
Scott Miller has been promoted to vice president of space management.
Since joining DG in 2009, Miller continues to support store operations teams, merchant groups and vendor communities through planogram construction, database administration, third-party merchandising operations and new store publication functions.