Amy Krallman comes to 7-Eleven from leadership positions at Wyndham Destinations and Panda Restaurant Group. Reporting into the Senior Vice President of Human Resources, Scott Hintz, Ms. Krallman will be a key member of the human resources organization at 7-Eleven. She will be tasked with delivering human capital solutions to impact and improve the lives of employees at all levels of the organization. Leveraging a team of 80, she will drive the alignment of the company’s human resources strategies and business objectives to ensure the company’s HR function is best-in-class.
“Amy is a highly talented, talent-focused executive who brings strong expertise in both HR and law,” said Ashley Schiele, Partner on the search. “She has a successful track record in field-based organizations and will no doubt be a tremendous asset to 7-Eleven as they continue to grow and scale.”
7-Eleven is a retail store that has defined the phrase ‘convenience store.’ The company’s origins in 1927 were as an ice house that began selling regular consumer items like bread and milk. Today, 7-Eleven is the go-to convenience store for food, drinks, fuel, and more. Well known for their recognizable Slurpee and Big Gulp drink they were also the first to offer “to-go” coffee, as well as being open 24 hours. Now the company is pushing through digital initiatives, including apps and quick pay options as well as delivery options, to move into the future.
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