Bullard brings a long history of advocating for standards to her new role at Conexxus.
Conexxus has announced that Jenny Bullard has joined its staff as manager, member engagement.
Bullard, a highly-regarded technology professional in the convenience store industry, comes to Conexxus with a long history of advocating for standards and using technology to benefit the industry and the organizations she has worked for.
As CIO of Flash Foods (later acquired by CST Brands and then Circle K), she and her team introduced and implemented leading edge technology in the 165-store chain throughout Georgia and Florida.
Flash Foods was a founding member of Conexxus (formerly PCATS) and Bullard served in various leadership roles for the organization, including chair of the Board of Advisors in 2008. In 2014, Bullard was inducted in to the Conexxus Hall of Fame for her work on behalf of Conexxus and the industry.
“We are extremely pleased to have a person of Jenny’s background and expertise joining the Conexxus staff. She will help spread the message about Conexxus and the work we are doing to advance standards, advocate on behalf of the industry, and bring clarity on upcoming technologies,” said Conexxus director of standards Linda Toth. “I’m confident that Jenny will be a valuable contribution to our mission.”
Conexxus is a non-profit, member-driven technology organization dedicated to the development and implementation of standards, technologies innovation and advocacy for the convenience store and fuel market. Conexxus membership collaborates on key present and future industry challenges and innovations.