Dunkin' Brands Names New Regional Vice Presidents 

Anna Wolfe
Senior Editor - Restaurants
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Dunkin' Brands Group Inc., the parent company of Dunkin' and Baskin-Robbins, has added three experienced industry executives as new Regional Vice Presidents to oversee Dunkin' operations and development in key regions throughout the country.

The company hired Maria Hollandsworth as Regional Vice President – West, and Jorge Salvat as Regional Vice President – Central Atlantic, and the appointment of Peter Green to Regional Vice President – Mid-Atlantic. All three will report to Rick Colón, Dunkin' Brands' Senior Vice President of Operations and Development.

Hollandsworth brings a wealth of operations expertise to Dunkin', having held several leadership roles within the Quick Service Restaurant industry. She most recently served as Vice President of Strategic Initiatives & Operations Services at Jack In The Box Inc., driving the customer experience and implementing strategic initiatives across 2,250 restaurants.

Salvat has more than 30 years of retail, operations and franchising experience, having served in several different leadership roles for domestic and international concepts. He spent 15 years at Burger King, which included oversight of South Florida markets and the Caribbean as Director of Operations. He also spent eight years at McDonald's, which included serving in the role of Vice President of Franchising and Operations for the Southeast and Central Atlantic regions. 

Green has been with Dunkin' for nearly seven years, most recently serving as Dunkin's Regional Vice President for the brand's Western markets, successfully overseeing Dunkin's return to California while strengthening key markets such as Phoenix and Las Vegas.