Donovan Promoted to Vice President, Treasurer
ANN ARBOR, Mich. - Nov 19, 2001 - Joseph Donovan has been promoted Company Vice President/Treasurer for Domino's Pizza LLC, according to an announcement by Harry Silverman, Chief Financial Officer. In his role, Donovan will be responsible for the direction and management of all treasury activities for the world's leader in pizza delivery, including ensuring all financing transactions, policies and procedures, meet company objectives and needs, and meet regulatory requirements. He will also supervise company banking, credit and investment functions.
In his first role as Treasurer, Donovan administered the Domino's Team Member Matching Funds program, established by Chairman and CEO, Dave Brandon immediately following the September 11 tragedy, to financially assist the American Red Cross. More than $153,000 has been collected from team members and franchisees around the world. Domino's Pizza LLC matched the contribution (Domino's owner Bain Capital also pitched in) and Domino's donated $350,000 to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund.
Donovan, a 14-year veteran of Domino's Pizza, has served as Assistant Treasurer, Director of Cash and Controls, Field Operations Controller, Financial Analysis Manager and Divisional Controller. Prior to Domino's, Donovan was a Controller of Subsidiary Corporations for Superior Products Co and a Senior Accountant for Price Waterhouse. A CPA, Donovan earned his Bachelor's degree from the University of Notre Dame.
Founded in 1960, Domino's Pizza operates 7,112 stores throughout the United States and 65 international markets.