Scott Murphy was promoted to president of Dunkin’ Americas. He previously served as chief operating officer for Dunkin’ U.S. Murphy assumes the role from Dave Hoffmann, who continues to serve as Dunkin’ Brands CEO.
A 15-year company veteran, Murphy will have responsibility for all aspects of operations, restaurant development, franchising, field marketing, supply chain, and consumer packaged goods for the approximately 10,000 Dunkin' restaurants in North and South America.
“Scott is a rare leader who is both strategic and impactful. He has also been a key leader in implementing the Blueprint for Growth, our five-year strategic plan for Dunkin’ U.S.,” said Dave Hoffmann, Dunkin' Brands CEO. “His most recent accomplishments include the rollout of menu simplification, our highly successful espresso relaunch, operational improvements, and the expansion of our NextGen restaurants.”
Murphy joined Dunkin' Brands in 2004 as director, international supply chain and became vice president of strategic supply later that same year. In 2013, he was named chief supply officer & SVP international operations and was promoted to senior vice president of operations, Dunkin’ U.S. & Canada in 2015. Murphy was named Dunkin’ U.S. COO in 2018. Prior to Dunkin', Murphy was with A.T. Kearney, a global management consulting firm.
Additionally, Dana Reid was promoted to vice president, field marketing, Dunkin' U.S.