Darcey Macken has been promoted to president of U.S. sales at Kellogg Co.


Kellogg, Darcey Macken, president of U.S. sales, Mark Wagner, U.S. sales organization












































































































































































































































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Kellogg appoints U.S. sales president

May 21st, 2013

BATTLE CREEK, Mich. – Darcey Macken has been promoted to president of U.S. sales at Kellogg Co.

Macken, currently senior vice president of customer development for U.S. sales, will succeed Mark Wagner, who plans to retire from Kellogg on Dec. 31 after more than 30 years of service at the company.

Soon Darcey will meet with retailers across all formats to understand how to fully leverage the portfolio of Kellogg products and how to use the company's marketing insights to drive category growth, the company said. She will be based at Kellogg global headquarters in Battle Creek, Mich.

"Darcey has a proven track record for success," Wagner said in a statement. "During her tenure with Kellogg, she has successfully led numerous large customer and commercial teams in the U.S. sales organization. Most recently, Darcey spearheaded the definition and advancement our new commercial model."

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