READING, Mass.–Keurig has promoted David Manley to vice president and general manager of the Away from Home and Consumer Direct divisions, and has appointed Dwight Brown vice president of marketing for its At Home business, both newly created positions.
Manley, previously vice president of marketing for the two divisions, has assumed charge over all of the functions of the two businesses, including sales, marketing and product development. He reports directly to Michelle Stacy, Keurig’s president.
Brown is responsible for all product development under the At Home banner and all consumer-brand and retail-support programs for the United States and Canada. He also manages all retail programs with Keurig’s coffee-roasting partners. He reports to John Whoriskey, vice president and general manager of the At Home division.
Before joining Keurig, Brown served as senior vice president of marketing for the Consumer Products division of Wyeth. His career also includes executive positions with Gillette, in which he was part of the team that launched Braun’s North American Household Products division and worked with Braun’s business-management group in Germany. When Procter & Gamble acquired Gillette in 2005, he served on the North American integration team.