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Safelite Announces Two New Executive Team Members

Scott Koenigs and Gannon Jones join the auto glass retailer.

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Safelite, one of the nation’s leading vehicle glass services and recalibration companies, has announced the appointments of Scott Koenigs as EVP, chief people officer and Gannon Jones, EVP, chief commercial and customer experience officer.

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“We are pleased to welcome two seasoned and professional leaders with deep expertise in their respective industries to our business,” said Renee Cacchillo, Safelite’s president and CEO. “As a people powered and customer-driven organization, Scott and Gannon each provide unique, innovative and forward-thinking methodologies to our disciplines that are crucial in serving our associates, clients and customers.”

With more than 24 years in leadership roles with various global manufacturing, sales and marketing organizations, Koenig has a successful track record for building winning and purpose-driven cultures and optimizing the growth and development of associates.

Jones brings more than two decades of accomplishments in leading multi-billion-dollar brands across diverse consumer categories. With proven success as a marketer and general manager, Jones has a thorough understanding and ability to delight customers and transform brands.

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Before joining Safelite, both gentlemen held leadership roles for leading companies, Koenigs at Owens & Minor, Caraustar Industries and Newell Rubbermaid — and Jones at Aetna, CVS Health, Allstate, PepsiCo, Kraft and MillerCoors. 

“While we stay true to our foundational principles, our eyes remain fixed on the future,” Cacchillo added. “Our commitment to delivering on Safelite’s purpose of delivering unexpected happiness to people’s everyday lives is at the forefront of everything we do. It’s a great time in our business,” Cacchillo added.

Jones joined Safelite on Sept. 2 and Koenigs will join the company on Sept. 12. 

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