Pharmapacks Announces Key Executive Team Appointments
McKesson Ventures portfolio company Pharmapacks, a technology-led e-commerce marketplace enablement platform, announced the addition of six key executives to its management team. They are Adam Rodgers, chief growth officer; Ash Mehra, chief information officer; Daniel Bennett, chief marketing officer; Leanna Bautista, chief people officer; Andreas Schulmeyer, chief financial officer; and the promotion of Chris Pfeiffer to chief operating officer.
These hires join Pharmapacks’ existing management team and will help the company as it moves into its next phase of growth following its recent partnership with and strategic investment from The Carlyle Group in November of 2020.
“We are thrilled to welcome Adam, Ash, Daniel, Leanna, and Andreas to Pharmapacks, and to see Chris in his new role,” said Pharmapacks Co-founder and CEO Andrew Vagenas. “We are impressed with their leadership credentials and demonstrated track records of supporting exponential growth, and we are confident that their expertise will be extremely valuable as we continue to build out the best-in-class services we offer our partners and brands.”
Adam Rodgers has more than 20 years’ experience, most recently at Reckitt Benckeiser Inc., where he served in a variety of leadership positions, including general manager of U.S. sales, where he managed more than $4 billion in P&L.
Daniel Bennett previously served as worldwide chief innovation officer for Grey Global Group, part of WPP, where he specialized in creating strategic partnerships and pursuing new digital opportunities for clients such as Volvo and P&G.
Leanna Bautista brings more than 15 years of experience at world-class institutions such as PepsiCo, Tory Burch, and Pfizer. She has a diverse skill set and is well versed in managing an organization undergoing rapid growth.
Andreas Schulmeyer, a 20-year industry veteran, has vast e-commerce and digital experience from his tenure as head of e-commerce international for L Brands and CFO of Walmart e-commerce. He returns to the C-suite after seven years at Faultline Solutions, the e-commerce consulting firm he founded in 2014.
Chris Pfeiffer has been integral to Pharmapacks’ growth over the past two years, and his promotion to chief operating officer will allow him to continue to build out warehouse and supply chain functions to best support the company’s expansion. He will work closely with the five other key hires to optimize operations and prioritize health, safety, and employee experience.
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