Woolworths Group announces leadership resignation

Woolworths Group has announced the resignation of Claire Peters, Managing Director B2B and Everyday Needs, who will be finishing at the end of 2022.

During her time at Woolworths, Peters has been a driving force behind some of the Group’s key partnerships, including the recent launch of Ampol MetroGo.

Peters joined the Group as Managing Director of Woolworths Supermarkets in 2017, subsequently taking on the role of Managing Director of B2B and Everyday Needs in 2020.

Brad Banducci, CEO, Woolworths Group, said that Peters has played a key role in transforming Woolworths Supermarkets and building the foundations of B2B and Everyday Needs.

“As the Managing Director of Woolworths Supermarkets, Claire elevated the focus on our customers while also materially improving our retail operations. Since September 2020 Claire has helped to guide the transformation of BIG W; establish our end-to-end meat business Greenstock; and progress our partnerships including Endeavour Group, PFD and Ampol.

“The biggest imprint Claire will leave on our business is her care for team and communities, on show in the leadership role she played during the repeated waves of COVID, and her purposeful work on reconciliation with the support of the First Nations Advisory Board.”

Peters will remain with the business for the rest of the calendar year before beginning her new role as Vice President Worldwide – Amazon Fresh, based in Seattle at the beginning of 2023.

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