dunnhumby Promotes Engle, Adds Two VPs In Cincinnati

Jack Engle

dunnhumbyUSA, a global leader in building brand value for consumer goods and retail companies, has promoted Jack Engle to the role of SVP of global products and services. He is based in the Cincinnati office. The company also has hired two VPs: Ernest Leffler, global infrastructure, and Michele Weissman, client solutions. Both Leffler and Weissman also are based in the Cincinnati office.

Engle will be responsible for leading a team that defines and delivers the platform for global products and services. Previously VP of data solutions, Engle supported merchandising and core data functions for The Kroger Co. Prior to his tenure at dunnhumbyUSA, Engle served as VP of business systems for Entertainment Publications Inc. He earned a bachelor of science degree in management information services from Oakland University’s School of Business Administration. He resides in Mason, Ohio.

Ernest Leffler
Ernest Leffler

Leffler will be responsible for all technology infrastructure within dunnhumby’s global operations. Prior to joining dunnhumbyUSA, Leffler served as VP/GM at Peak 10, where he was responsible for all operations within the Cincinnati market. He earned a bachelor of science degree in systems analysis from Miami University. He resides in Mason.

Weissman will be responsible for leading a team that develops models and analytical solutions to help dunnhumby’s clients deliver relevant strategies. Prior to joining dunnhumbyUSA, Weissman spent 20 years at IRI, holding positions of increasing responsibility and scope. Most recently serving as SVP, Weissman provided strategic direction for IRI’s Customer & Shopper Insights Advantage solution (CSIA). She earned a bachelor of arts degree in English literature from the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Arts & Sciences.

Michele Weissman
Michele Weissman


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