Celebrating 85 years, RaceTrac announces new leadership structure.
Following extensive growth over the past decade, Atlanta-based RaceTrac Petroleum Inc. is announcing new executive leadership promotions.
This year, RaceTrac celebrates 85 years in business. In 2018 alone, RaceTrac announced its expansion into Tennessee, opened its 500th location, was awarded Top Workplace titles in five of the regions in which the company operates and raised $730,000 for The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research.
As a result of these successes, the needs of the business have evolved to require more focus on continued expansion and growth. To that end, the new leadership structure is as follows:
- Max McBrayer, RaceTrac’s current chief financial officer (CFO) and CSO (chief supply officer), has been promoted to CEO.
- Natalie Morhous, vice president of energy dispatch, has been promoted to president of RaceTrac.
- Melanie Isbill, executive director of marketing, has been promoted to chief marketing officer.
- AJ Siccardi, vice president of Metroplex Energy, has been promoted to president of Metroplex Energy.
- Billy Milam, RaceTrac’s current president, will transition to chief operating officer (COO).
- Joseph Akers will retain his title as chief legal officer.
With these changes, Carl Bolch Jr. is returning to his role as executive chairman.
This transition has particular significance as Bolch’s daughters, Morhous and Isbill, who are also members of RaceTrac’s board, take on roles that will ensure continued connectivity between family legacy and business priorities.
In addition to the changes listed above, additional promotions include:
- Robby Posener will transition to vice president of RaceWay
- J. Gilmore will transition to vice president of energy dispatch and supply chain
- Bart Stransky has been promoted to vice president of merchandising