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AutoZone Announces Change To Executive Committee

Michelle Borninkhof joins AutoZone from McDonald’s, where she most recently served as chief information officer and vice president for U.S. Technology. She replaces Ron Griffin who is retiring.

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AutoZone has announced that Michelle Borninkhof will join the company as senior vice president and chief information officer, Customer Satisfaction, replacing Ron Griffin who is retiring.

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Borninkhof joins AutoZone from McDonald’s, where she most recently served as chief information officer and vice president for U.S. Technology. Prior to joining McDonald’s, Borninkhof spent 11 years with Walmart Stores holding various leadership roles including vice president, International Technology Delivery. Throughout her career, Borninkhof has held various roles in store retail, distribution center operations, and process improvement.

Borninkhof will be a member of the company’s Executive Committee and report to Bill Rhodes, chairman, president and CEO, Customer Satisfaction.

“Michelle is a proven leader and innovator who brings a wealth of meaningful experience and expertise to our senior leadership team. She is well-positioned to build upon and accelerate our progress while effectively serving the organization and our customers for many years to come,” said Rhodes.

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