Four individuals have said on social media in recent days that they’ve moved into new roles across the company’s private label, sourcing and project management teams.

7-Eleven names several new directors

Courtesy of 7-Eleven

7-Eleven has named several new directors across multiple departments recently, according to a series of LinkedIn posts.

Those individuals include Jamie Horvath, director of private brand product management, commercialization and emerging brands; Kia Hasheminejad, operations director, proprietary products excellence; Justin Huffman, director of sourcing; and Dan Keefe, director of 7-Eleven’s project management office.

Horvath has been with 7-Eleven since 2012 when she joined the company as a business consultant, according to her LinkedIn bio. She eventually shifted to human resources and then became a market manager for 7-Eleven in 2021, a role which she held until this month. Earlier in her career, Horvath was a district manager for discount retailer Dollar General and spent four years in the U.S. Army.

Also on the private label side, Hasheminejad takes on his new role after spending nearly two years as regional director for 7-Eleven’s southwest division, according to his LinkedIn bio. He joined 7-Eleven in 2014 as a field consultant, and has also held roles such as market manager and director of store readiness. Besides 7-Eleven, Hasheminejad has also worked for CarMax, Bed Bath & Beyond, Home Depot and Staples.

Huffman joins 7-Eleven after spending the past seven and half years with food and beverage company Lakeview Farms, where he was its director and then vice president of procurement, according to his LinkedIn bio. Huffman also spent about four years with grocer Kroger as strategic sourcing manager and demand planning manager. 

Keefe has been with 7-Eleven since joining the convenience retailer as a portfolio analyst in 2018. Since then, his roles with the company have included project manager and then senior manager of enterprise project management office and operations, and senior manager of retailer initiative acceleration. In his new role, he’s also the chair of 7-Eleven’s veterans outreach program.

Prior to 7-Eleven, Keefe worked for technology company Siemens for over five years and, like Horvath, was in the U.S. Army for several years before that.

A spokesperson from 7-Eleven did not respond by press time when reached to comment on these new director appointments.

Irving, Texas-based 7-Eleven operates, franchises and/or licenses more than 13,000 convenience stores in the U.S. and Canada

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