DJ Walker named Director of Quality and Customer Satisfaction
ANN ARBOR, Mich. - May 31, 2002 – Domino's Pizza has announced the promotion of DJ Walker to Director of Quality and Customer Satisfaction, reporting to Ken Peebles, Vice President of Maintain High Standards.
Her new responsibilities will include overseeing the Quality Assurance department and serving as the Maintain High Standards division's liaison with the Flawless Execution and Build the Brand divisions. She will continue to oversee the ESP (Excellence through Supplier Partnerships) program she developed to help ensure that our vendors continue to focus on improving their overall quality. Walker will work on expanding the program by involving her new team with on-site audits and evaluations.
"I am confident that DJ will bring the same level of professionalism, expertise and enthusiasm to her new roles as she has in all of her previous positions at Domino's Pizza," said Mike Soignet, executive vice president Maintain High Standards.
Walker, a nine-year veteran of Domino's Pizza, most recently served as the Director of Purchasing and Freight Management and prior to that was Equipment & Supply Director of Operations, General Manager in Training and Purchasing Manager.
Walker studied Business Administration at Prairie State in Chicago Heights, IL and Mountain View College in Dallas, TX. Originally from University Park, IL, Walker currently resides with her family in Brighton, MI.
Founded in 1960, Domino's Pizza, the recognized world leader in pizza delivery, operates a network of 7,076 owned and franchised stores in the United States and more than 60 international markets. Domino's is committed to leading the industry in product quality and operational excellence.