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Lululemon appoints Apple’s Isabel Ge Mahe to board

Lululemon has appointed Isabel Ge Mahe to its board of directors. Ge Mahe currently works with Apple where she is vice president and managing director of… View Article

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Lululemon appoints Apple’s Isabel Ge Mahe to board

Lululemon has appointed Isabel Ge Mahe to its board of directors.

Ge Mahe currently works with Apple where she is vice president and managing director of Greater China and plays a key role in developing new China-specific features for Apple products.

She joined the company in 2008 as vice president of wireless technologies and subsequently oversaw the development of cellular, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC, location and motion technologies for products across the business. Prior to Apple, she served as vice president of wireless software engineering at Palm.

Martha Morfitt, chair of the Lululemon board, said: “Isabel is a seasoned executive with global experience across technology, retail and product development. We are excited to welcome Isabel to the Lululemon board of directors and know her breadth of expertise in product development and leadership, as well as her deep knowledge of the business and guests in China will be invaluable as we continue to grow and execute on our international expansion strategy.”

Ge Mahe has served on the board of directors for Starbucks since 2019 and was named to Fortune’s 50 Most Powerful Women list in 2021 and 2022.

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