Director of PMO
Store Management, P&L, Merchandising, Forecasting, Loss Prevention, Inventory Control, Customer Service & Satisfaction, P&L Management, Multi-Unit, Business Process Improvement
As a results-driven professional, Jason Corbin brings 30 years of management experience in retail operations and guest service to his Impact 21 clients and internal teams. As Director of Program Management Office, Jason works closely with internal project coordinators and the automation, collaboration, content, and training teams to ensure projects follow Impact 21’s standards while seeking ways to optimize the company’s performance through suggestions and recommended changes. With his strong work ethic and integrity, Jason is well respected for his expertise in inventory management, Profit & Loss management, merchandising, and business process improvement. He is particularly skilled at leading multiple cross-functional teams on large integration projects.
Jason’s understanding of retail runs deep, his long career beginning from the ground up brings firsthand knowledge to client initiatives. Through his 30 years in retail serving in leadership roles at 7-Eleven, Giant Oil, Sunoco, Kangaroo Express, and Winn Dixie, Jason spent 12 of them focused on retail management in the convenience store and foodservice industry. As Area 7-Eleven, Jason oversaw the expansion of Laredo Taco Company, 7-Eleven’s Mexican QSR, into the Florida Market. Jason previously served as Lead Integration Specialist-PMO for Sunoco, LP where he worked in partnership with all internal departments to plan and execute complex policies and related projects. He led integrated project teams, providing guidance on and assistance with enterprise-wide strategies and related projects including complex acquisitions, organizational design and operations, customer focus, and property optimization. He also led all acquisition integration reviews, as well as steering committee and present findings to the executive leadership team, as well as functional leaders responsible for integration strategy. Previously, Jason served as Director of Operations Support for Kangaroo Express, an affiliate of The Pantry, for ten years. There he led collaborative cross-functional teams to drive increased focus and financial outcomes for inside sales, fresh food, and beverage business. He collaborated with management in the implementation and execution of the annual operating plans, ensuring efficiency, quality service, and cost-effective management of resources. During his time there, Jason was a member of the Management Advisory Council resolving global issues and concerns. And it all started at Winn Dixie, where Jason began as a bagging clerk, learning the ropes from bottom up, and through hard work and dedication for the next 19 years, moved up in the company to become Store Manager.
Jason is a native of Florida, having studied at the University of Central Florida and currently living in Southwest Florida. He dedicates his time toward coaching baseball and utilizing the game to teach young men and women life lessons, encouraging them to always do what is right, and inspiring them to understand that integrity gives you freedom because you have nothing to fear since you have nothing to hide.
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