Papa Johns Names Madeline Chadwick as Chief Company Affairs Officer

Madeline Chadwick, who created and launched the Papa Johns Basis for Constructing Group, has been named the chain’s chief company affairs officer, in response to a press launch.

As Papa Johns’ company affairs and strategic communications chief, Chadwick will proceed to supervise all workforce member and franchisee communications, company communications, model public relations and fame, company social accountability initiatives, and the corporate’s Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) technique.

“Since becoming a member of Papa Johns in 2018, Madeline and her workforce have remodeled the communications and company affairs features and are strategic companions to our enterprise,” Rob Lynch, the chain’s president and CEO, mentioned. “They’ve performed the vital roles of each change brokers and advisors on our journey to change into the perfect pizza firm on the earth.”

“I’m particularly happy with her work creating and launching The Papa Johns Basis for Constructing Group and the constructive influence it has had on our franchise system and the communities we serve,” Lynch added.

Chadwick joined Papa Johns in 2018 as vp of communications. She was then appointed senior vp of communications and company affairs in November 2019. She serves on the board of administrators for The Papa John’s Basis, which has contributed practically $9 million to group organizations since 2020.

“Enjoying a task within the transformation of Papa Johns into an organization that prioritizes its tradition, and particularly variety, fairness and inclusion, has been the spotlight of my profession,” Chadwick mentioned. “I’m excited to proceed making an influence by telling the significant tales of how Papa Johns’ innovation and progress make us a winner within the international pizza market, whereas additionally making a constructive influence on our communities.”

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Chadwick has greater than 20 years’ expertise in communications. Earlier than becoming a member of Papa Johns, she led communications for Dan Gilbert, the founding father of Quicken Loans, and his household of corporations. She served in senior international company communications roles at eBay and Hewlett Packard and spent 15 years overseeing communications technique for international client manufacturers at main public relations companies within the U.S., Europe and Asia.

She is going to proceed to report back to Lynch and serve on Papa Johns’ govt management workforce.