Russell Weiner has served as Domino's chief executive officer since May 2022. Prior to that, he was chief operating officer and president - Domino's U.S. from July 2020 to April 2022, during which he oversaw Domino's U.S. business in addition to the global centers of excellence teams that support operations, development, marketing, innovation, analytics and insight, communications, and technology in more than 90 countries. Weiner was first named to the newly-created position of COO and president of the Americas in July 2018.
Prior to becoming COO, Weiner served as president of Domino's USA from October 2014 to July 2018, after joining the company as executive vice president - chief marketing officer in 2008. His impact on reshaping the Domino's brand over that time was tremendous. Weiner led the award-winning “pizza turnaround” campaign, which became central to Domino's success, and was named Brandweek's 2010 Marketer of the Year in the restaurant category.
During Russell's tenure (2008-2021) on the U.S. business, retail sales grew from approximately $3 billion to more than $8 billion and store count grew by over 25% - more than doubling Domino's market share of QSR pizza in the U.S. Domino's digital mix in the U.S. also grew from 11.5% of sales to more than 75%.
Weiner is responsible for leading several innovations throughout the company, including reformulating more than 80% of the brand's menu and the creation of its "pizza theater" store design. He oversaw the launch of the DXP pizza delivery vehicle, testing of autonomous delivery platforms, and numerous digital innovations, including Domino's AnyWare platform.
Prior to joining Domino's in 2008, Weiner oversaw marketing for Pepsi's North American cola business.
Weiner earned a Bachelor of Arts in government from Cornell University, and an MBA in marketing and international business from New York University's Stern School of Business. He has served on Domino's board of directors since April 2022, and also serves on the board of directors of The Clorox Company.
Joe Jordan has served as Domino's president - U.S. and global services since May 2022. In this role, he oversees Domino's U.S. business and key global centers of excellence.
Jordan previously served as executive vice president - international from April 2018 to April 2022, during which he successfully led Domino's international business to achieve substantial growth and continue its track record of positive same store sales. From May 2015 to April 2018, Jordan served as senior vice president and chief marketing officer. He was responsible for many key moments in Domino's marketing history, including the launch of Handmade Pan Pizza, Specialty Chicken, salads and several tech-driven campaigns, while leading Domino's Marketing Advisory Council and Domino's National Advertising Fund Board. In addition, Jordan helped create a revamped market-level approach to advertising and business planning for franchisees and designated market areas.
Jordan joined the Domino's marketing team in September 2011 as vice president of innovation and assumed responsibility for all field marketing activity in 2014. Prior to joining Domino's, Jordan worked at PepsiCo North America for six years, where he last served as a senior director of marketing.
Prior to PepsiCo, Jordan held marketing roles at Philips Electronics and Unilever, and was a consultant for Accenture in Washington D.C.
Jordan holds an MBA from New York University and a bachelor's degree in business administration from the College of William and Mary.
Art D'Elia has served as executive vice president - international since May 2022. He is responsible for overseeing the Domino's business in more than 90 countries around the world.
D'Elia previously served as Domino's executive vice president - chief marketing officer from July 2020-April 2022, after working as senior vice president - chief marketing officer since February 2020. D'Elia joined Domino's in January 2018 as senior vice president - chief brand and innovation officer. He has been instrumental in leading the brand's advertising, digital marketing, innovation efforts and product development, including Domino's Hotspots©, Domino's Carside Delivery©, and Oven-Baked Dips.D'Elia previously served as Domino's executive vice president - chief marketing officer from July 2020-April 2022, after working as senior vice president - chief marketing officer since February 2020. D'Elia joined Domino's in January 2018 as senior vice president - chief brand and innovation officer. He has been instrumental in leading the brand's advertising, digital marketing, innovation efforts and product development, including Domino's Hotspots©, Domino's Carside Delivery©, and Oven-Baked Dips.
Prior to 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. He joined Dannon U.S. (a subsidiary of Danone) in 2010 as director of marketing for its children's brands. D'Elia worked at PepsiCo in corporate strategy, development and marketing for the North American beverage business from 2003 to 2010.
D'Elia graduated from the University of Michigan and brings broad experience in brand management, including creative advertising development, media strategy, agency management and innovation to Domino's. He serves on the board of directors of DPC Dash Ltd.
Kelly Garcia has served as Domino's executive vice president - chief technology officer since October 2020. He is responsible for providing technology vision and leadership, as well as developing and implementing strategic information technology initiatives that support and improve Domino's business worldwide.
Prior to his current role, Garcia served as senior vice president, chief technology officer - eCommerce and tech innovation. Since joining Domino's in 2012 as vice president - eCommerce development, Garcia and his team, in partnership with Domino's marketing department, have helped deliver industry-leading consumer experiences and technology innovations. Since 2015, he has introduced 13 innovative AnyWare ordering platforms, including those developed for Apple Watch, Samsung TV, Twitter, text message and a unique zero-click ordering app. More recently, AnyWare partnerships with Amazon Echo, Google Home and Facebook Messenger have evolved to also include advanced AI ordering capabilities.
In late 2017, Garcia and his team began testing autonomous vehicle delivery by executing a pioneering test program with Ford Motor Co., and assessing the execution and customer experience around pizza delivery for the future.
Prior to Domino's, Garcia was with R.L. Polk & Co. from 2004 to 2012, most recently as vice president of business intelligence and North American operations. He served in several global application development and support roles. Before R.L. Polk, Garcia was manager of consulting services in the technology and supply chain sectors of Capgemini.
Garcia graduated from The Ohio State University with a degree in computer science and engineering. He serves on the board of directors of Ulta Beauty Inc.
Cindy Headen has served as Domino's executive vice president – chief supply chain officer since March 2023. She leads all supply chain services, including overseeing 27 fresh dough manufacturing and food distribution centers across the U.S. and Canada, one vegetable processing plant, and two facilities that make the company's thin crust product. Headen is also responsible for the equipment and supply division, global procurement, supplier relationships, logistics, and transportation.
She previously held the role of executive vice president – supply chain services from August 2020 to March 2023. Prior to that, she worked as senior vice president – global procurement and supply chain operations from December 2018 to August 2020, after joining Domino's as vice president of procurement and replenishment in November 2015.
During her time with Domino's, Headen has been instrumental in negotiating contract terms and stabilizing pricing from suppliers. Headen also played a key role in opening three new supply chain centers in New Jersey, South Carolina and Texas between 2018 and 2020.
Prior to joining Domino's, Headen spent nearly 16 years with PepsiCo USA, where she was responsible for global procurement.
Headen holds a degree in metallurgical engineering from Lehigh University.
Sandeep Reddy has served as Domino's executive vice president – chief financial officer since joining the company in April 2022. He is responsible for leading the company's environmental, social and governance efforts, as well as its financial strategy and operations, including budgeting, planning, treasury, accounting, tax, financial reporting, risk management, and investor relations.
Before joining Domino's, Reddy served as executive vice president and CFO of Six Flags Entertainment Corp. since July 2020. He led the company's emergence from the pandemic with strong financial results in 2021 and served as a strategic thought partner to the CEO and the leadership team in strategy development. Reddy worked as the CFO of GUESS? Inc. from July 2013 to December 2019. Prior to that role, since 2010, he served as vice president and European CFO of GUESS? Inc., where he was responsible for all aspects of the company's European finance functions, including financial planning, treasury, accounting, and tax. From 1997 to 2010, Reddy held a variety of positions with increasing responsibility for Mattel Inc., ultimately serving as vice president of finance and supply chain for France, Spain, Portugal, and Italy.
Reddy holds a Bachelor of Arts in economics from Delhi University and a Master of Business Administration from Cornell University.