CHICAGO — ADM has promoted Dermot O’Grady to senior vice president of global operations, effective immediately, succeeding Veronica Braker in the role.
ADM said Braker, who joined global agribusiness in March 2019, left the company “to pursue other opportunities.”
O’Grady’s ADM career spans more than three decades across multiple regions and areas of responsibility. For the past four years, he has led ADM’s Europe, Middle East, Africa (EMEA) regional operations, which are based in Rolle, Switzerland.
“He has a deep knowledge of ADM’s production efforts and has been an important part of bringing EMEA operations to a best-in-class standard,” ADM said.
O’Grady will relocate to ADM’s North American headquarters in Decatur, Ill., and join the company’s Executive Council, reporting to Juan Luciano, chairman, president and chief executive officer.
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