Convenience-retail brokerage Consolidated Sales Network (CSN) has appointed Christina Slemon-Dokos to the position of executive vice president and a member of the CSN Board of Directors.
Dokos will lead the strategic planning and growth initiatives across the CSN network, measuring the impact of new initiatives and their value to the business and key stakeholders. She has extensive experience providing strategic and tactical leadership spanning from start-ups to Fortune 500 and 100 companies working in the convenience, financial, technology and healthcare space, as well as providing independent consulting services to companies in change management situations.
Her most recent role in the convenience industry was with distributor Core-Mark, where she led North American marketing.
“Recruiting Christina for this role underscores our commitment to accelerating our business strategies, elevating and expanding our focus on new product lines, serving national market needs and delivering targeted innovation to create differentiated value for our clients,” said Phil Shankman, president of the CSN Board of Directors. “She is a proven leader with a diverse breadth of experience in business and growth.”
Dokos will report to Shankman.
New Brighton, Minnesota-basedCSN, or Consolidated Sales Network, is a leading national brokerage organization for consumer product manufacturers seeking traditional retail and omnichannel solutions. It provides a national alliance of independent food brokers, specializing in convenience, drug, grocery, mass, specialty and value/dollar sales.
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