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Keurig Dr Pepper adds to its Board
Frisco- and Burlington, Massachusetts- based Keurig Dr Pepper Inc. has elected Lubomira Rochet as a director to its Board.
Rochet is joining JAB Holding Company as a partner, effective June 1. She spent the last seven years at L’Oréal as its chief digital officer and a member of the executive committee, in which she led L’Oréal’s marketing and commercial transformation to a digital-first company. Prior to that, Rochet served as deputy CEO at Valtech from 2010 to 2014 and, before Valtech, she served as head of Innovation and startups in France at Microsoft.
“We are pleased to welcome Lubomira to the KDP board,” KDP Chairman and CEO Bob Gamgort said in a statement. “She is a highly accomplished consumer marketer and business leader, with leading edge expertise in digital marketing and direct to consumer selling. Lubomira brings a unique skill set and perspective that is an ideal complement to our evolution as a modern beverage company.”