Tim McIntyre serves as Domino's executive vice president – communications and is a seasoned veteran with more than 35 years of experience in communications and public relations. He is responsible for Domino's internal communications, public relations, event management, crisis communications, philanthropy, Customer Care and government relations.
McIntyre was named executive vice president – communications, investor relations and legislative affairs in May 2016 after having served as vice president of communications since January 1997. He joined Domino's in 1985.
McIntyre is Domino's chief spokesperson and has represented the company in major national and international media, including the Today Show, Nightline with Ted Koppel, USA Today, Wall Street Journal, New York Times and many others.
In 2009, McIntyre was named "Crisis Manager of the Year" by PR News for his handling of an unauthorized employee video posted on YouTube, which garnered worldwide attention and became a case study in social media crisis management. In June 2010, he was named "Communicator of the Year" by the Detroit chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC).
McIntyre holds a journalism degree from Eastern Michigan University, where he was editor-in-chief of the student newspaper, the Eastern Echo. He was presented with Eastern Michigan University's Alumni Achievement Award in 1997.
McIntyre is chairman of the American Pizza Community, a coalition of the nation's largest pizza companies, regional chains, franchise owners and suppliers that make up the U.S. pizza industry. McIntyre also serves as chair of the Domino's Partners Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit that provides financial assistance to Domino's team members in need. He formerly served on the board of Food Gatherers, a food rescue organization dedicated to eliminating hunger and its causes in the Washtenaw County, Michigan community.
In 2019, McIntyre was named to the executive board of the DETermined to Assist Foundation, founded by Detroit Pistons player Reggie Jackson. The foundation's mission is to impact the lives of low-income children in Detroit by providing them with educational opportunities and resources (called Reggie's Literacy Lounges) they would not otherwise have.