Elisabeth Brinton profile: EVP of new energies at Royal Dutch Shell

  • Elisabeth Brinton, a utility-industry alum, helms oil major Shell’s new energies division. 
  • She’s a key figure behind Shell’s commitment to becoming a net-zero company by 2050. 
  • Known by her peers as a visionary, Brinton says she will take an approach grounded in data and centered on customers to get there. 
  • Her vision for change within the slow-moving utility sector was met with tension in some of her prior roles. 
  • Brinton was selected as one of Business Insider’s 100 people transforming business. 
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Elisabeth Brinton doesn’t seem to have trouble reconciling her love for nature — shaped by an upbringing in the Pacific Northwest — with a top job at Royal Dutch Shell, the third-largest oil company in the West. 

Perhaps that’s because, in her role overseeing the firm’s clean-energy business, she has an opportunity to push a large

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Domino’s names new EVP, chief technology officer | 2020-09-22

ANN ARBOR, MICH. — Kelly Garcia has been promoted to executive vice president and chief technology officer of Domino’s Pizza, Inc., effective Oct. 2. He replaces executive vice president and chief information officer Kevin Vasconi, who plans to retire Oct. 2.

Mr. Garcia joined Domino’s in 2012 as vice president of e-commerce development. In 2016, he was named senior vice president of e-commerce development and emerging technologies, and in 2019 he became senior vice president and chief technology officer. Prior to his time at Domino’s, Mr. Garcia was vice president of business intelligence and North American operations for R.L. Polk & Co., where he spent eight years. Earlier in his career, Mr. Garcia was a manager at Capgemini, E & Y Consulting and Ernst & Young.

“Under Kelly’s leadership, Domino’s has revolutionized online ordering for the quick-service restaurant industry and introduced the AnyWare suite of digital ordering platforms,” said Ritch

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