The Biggest Moves in Retail This Week

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These are the most notable hires, promotions, and departures within the US retail community in the last week. For executive news updated daily, check out The Org's People on the Move.

Executive Moves

L Brands Chairman Emeritus and former CEO Leslie Wexner, and his wife, Abigail Wexner, will leave the L Brands board. They will not stand for re-election in the shareholders meeting in May. Source | Full Story

Stitch Fix named Sharon Chiarella as its new Chief Product Officer, effective March 29. Most recently, she served as the Vice President of Community Shopping at Amazon. Source | Full Story

GameStop has revealed that its Chief Customer Officer, Frank Hamlin, has resigned from the company and will depart on March 31. Source | Full Story

The Taubman Company announced that Michele Walton has been promoted to be the mall operator’s SVP and General Counsel. Source

Dollar General announced Tony Zuazo will be promoted to EVP of Global Supply Chain upon the planned retirement of current EVP Mike Kindy on April 15, 2021. Source

Shoe Carnival revealed that its current President and Chief Customer Officer, Mark Worden, will succeed Cliff Sifford as CEO, effective September 30, 2021. Source

Chico's has appointed Jay Topper as its new Chief Digital Officer. Topper joins from FTD, where he also served as Chief Digital Officer. Source

Reynolds Consumer Products announced that Allen Hugli has been appointed to the company’s Board of Directors, effective March 19, 2021. Hugli currently serves as the CFO of Rank Group Limited. Source

Varsity Brands’ Herff Jones division named Ken Moore as its new Chief Technology Officer. Moore has previously held senior leadership role at Advance Auto Parts and Staples. Source

Rodan + Fields announced today that Chief Growth Officer Dimitri Haloulos will succeed CEO Diane Dietz at the end of April. Source

Bold Commerce announced that Odus Wittenburg has joined as its new COO after 10 years at Rackspace. Source

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