Sysco shakes up leadership

by Rebekah Schouten
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HOUSTON — Sysco Corp. has unveiled three promotions within its executive leadership team. Paul Moskowitz was promoted to executive vice-president of human resources. Previously, he was senior vice-president of human resources. Scott Charlton, formerly senior vice president of distribution services, has been promoted to executive vice-president of supply chain. Russell Libby, who previously was executive vice-president of corporate affairs and chief legal officer, has been named executive vice-president of administration and corporate secretary.

“We have assembled an immensely skilled executive leadership team at Sysco,” said Bill DeLaney, president and CEO. “The promotions of Paul Moskowitz and Scott Charlton recognize their unique leadership capabilities and how they’ve strengthened Sysco in their respective areas of talent management, human resources systems, distribution services and supply chain management. And, as we continue to develop our capabilities to promote and protect Sysco’s reputation, proactively shape our business operating environment and explore new avenues for future growth, we’ve expanded Russell Libby’s scope of responsibilities to include strategic planning.”

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