She is credited with elevating the brand with leading marketing activations.
KFC U.S. marketing chief Andrea Zahumensky has left the company.
The company has started a search for a new chief marketing officer. Publication Ad Age first reported Zahumensky’s departure.
“Andrea has played a critical role in elevating KFC’s brand with industry-leading innovation and marketing activations, which have contributed to profitable same-store sales growth and helped build KFC into a more modern and relevant brand,” the spokesperson said in a statement sent to local media. “Her contributions have been many, and we are wishing her all the best in her next chapter.”
Zahumensky joined KFC in 2017 from Procter & Gamble, where she had worked for more than 20 years.
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