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NRF Foundation Board Names 4 New Members

Four executives were named members of the National Retail Federation (NRF) Foundation Board of Directors during its meeting on April 13. The new board members are:

  • Nike Vice President of Global Retail Operations Kevin Ertell
  • Best Buy Chief Supply Chain Officer Mark Irvin
  • American Express National Client Group Vice President and General Manager Ann Sattin
  • Walmart Senior Vice President of Associate Learning and Leadership Lorraine Stomski

“We are grateful that these industry leaders are volunteering to serve on the NRF Foundation Board of Directors to help us fulfill our mission to prepare people of all backgrounds for life changing careers,” said NRF Foundation Executive Director Bill Thorne. “Look no further than their experience and expertise to understand the impact they will have as we expand the reach of NRF Foundation programs.”

The NRF Foundation board is chaired by Bloomingdale Chairman and CEO Tony Spring and is comprised of professionals who believe in the power of connecting people to the incredible retail opportunities in communities nationwide through NRF Foundation career resources, training, and scholarships.

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