April 6, 2018
Chief executive officers from Sam’s Club, Total Wine and More, QVC and Petco will also join the NRF board of directors.
NORTH AMERICA–Terry Lundgren, executive chairman, Macy’s, has been elected as chairman of the National Retail Federation board of directors.
Lundgren will replace Mindy Grossman, former chief executive officer, HSNi, who resigned from the board after leaving the retail industry to head Weight Watchers.
Additionally, four new members were elected to the board. They include:
John Furner, president and chief executive officer, Sam’s Club
Mike George, president and chief executive officer, QVC
Adam Orvos, chief executive officer, Total Wine and More
Brad Weston, chief executive officer, Petco.
“As the retail industry continues to evolve at a rapid pace to meet the demands of consumers, we are excited to bring in new board members who are on the front lines of this transformation,” says Matthew Shay, president and chief executive officer, NRF. “These new directors represent the breadth of this diverse industry. They will provide invaluable insight and leadership not only on the future of retail but also NRF’s role in advocating for retailers of all sizes in Washington. As chairman, Terry is an industry veteran who will provide sound guidance in all aspects of our mission to serve as the voice of the retail industry.”
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