USA: Kellogg USA Appoints Steven Dunphy Senior Vice President, Sales
Steven Dunphy has joined Kellogg USA as senior vice president, sales. He most recently served as vice president, national customer teams for The Pillsbury Company."Steve Dunphy will be an outstanding leader for our sales organization at a time when exemplary customer relations are more important than ever before," said John D. Cook, executive vice president, Kellogg Company and president, Kellogg North America. "Steve brings to Kellogg four years of strong performance as a sales officer for Pillsbury as well as 15 years of sales experience with The Procter & Gamble Company. He is well prepared for his challenging new assignment."Dunphy joined Procter & Gamble as a sales representative in 1981 after graduating from the University of Minnesota. After 13 years in positions of increasing responsibility with Procter & Gamble's toilet goods, health care, and cosmetics and fragrances divisions, he was named customer business development manager for the company's SUPERVALU Team in 1994.Dunphy joined Pillsbury as vice president, field sales in 1996 and was promoted to vice president, national customer teams in 1998.
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