Dreyer’s Grand Ice Cream has made two changes to its senior management team.


 


Rhonda Ramlo has been named executive vice president of marketing, replacing Tyler Johnston who will be retiring this summer.


 


Ramlo has been at Dreyer’s 14 years, during which time she held positions including executive vice president of sales and distribution and director of strategic sales development.


 


Ramlo will be responsible for marketing brands, including Dreyer’s, Edy’s, Haagen-Dazs, Nestle and The Skinny Cow.


 


Meanwhile, Tony Sarsam has been named executive vice president of sales and operations.


 


Sarsam joined Dreyer’s in 2006 as executive vice president of operations and supply chain. Previously, he had held a spell at PepsiCo‘s Frito-Lay business.


 


Sarsam will assume responsibility for sales, distribution, supply chain and warehousing for all of Dreyer’s ice cream and frozen dessert products.