Subaru of America has promoted Tom Doll to president, effective April 1. He will remain COO and CFO.
Doll, 57, is the highest ranking non-Japanese executive at Subaru's U.S. subsidiary. He joined Subaru of America in 1982.
Subaru of America has set sales records for the past four years and has doubled its U.S. market share since 2008 through last year to 2.3 percent.
Takeshi Tachimori, CEO of Subaru of America, also held the president's title. Tachimori said Doll's promotion "recognizes the strong work he has done in taking our U.S. operation to record heights."
"The role of president at SOA is responsible for the business' profit results and Tom has a deep understanding of SOA and its operations," Tachimori said. "I am confident that he will continue to deliver strong results for SOA in the coming years."
Doll was manager of Subaru treasury operations in 1985-88. He was promoted to director of treasury operations in 1988 and to director of accounting in 1989.
In 1991, he became vice president of business and strategic planning. He was promoted to CFO in 1994 and to COO in 2009.
Before joining Subaru of America, Doll worked for the accounting firm Arthur Young & Co.