AMSTERDAM — Heineken alumnus Stacey Tank is returning to the brewer as chief corporate affairs and transformation officer.

Tank’s new role includes oversight of public affairs, sustainable development and global communications. She also will support key changes and transformation initiatives on Heineken’s  strategic agenda, the brewer said.

Tank ran Heineken USA’s corporate relations for three years before leaving in 2015 to join Home Depot as chief communications officer. She replaces Blanca Juti, who was the company’s chief corporate affairs officer for the last four years.

Tank’s June 1 start day coincides with Asia-Pacific head Dolf van den Brink taking the helm of Heineken, replacing Jean-Francois van Boxmeer as CEO. Van den Brink ran Heineken USA during Tank’s tenure.

“I am very pleased to welcome Stacey back to Heineken,” van den Brink said. “She has an excellent track record in leading high performing teams across businesses and functions. Her business acumen and business success, knowledge of Heineken, and outstanding corporate affairs and senior leadership experience will be a valuable addition to our executive team. I much look forward working with her again. I would like to express my gratitude to Blanca Juti and wish her all the best for the future.”