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Foot Locker announces leadership team changes

Foot Locker has announced that its chief financial officer will be leaving the business and has also confirmed a number of changes within its leadership team…. View Article

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Foot Locker announces leadership team changes

Foot Locker has announced that its chief financial officer will be leaving the business and has also confirmed a number of changes within its leadership team.

The sportswear company said the senior team revamp will support growth and operational efficiency.

Andrew Page will be stepping down as chief financial officer to pursue other opportunities following the company’s fourth quarter results announcement.

In addition, Frank Bracken has been named as executive vice president and chief commercial officer after working with the business for 12 years.

In a further appointment, Elliott Rodgers will join the company as executive vice president and chief operations officer. He was previously an executive at Ulta Beauty where he served in various senior roles.

Meanwhile Rosalind Reeves, Foot Locker’s vice president of talent, diversity and organisation capability, is being promoted to the role of executive vice president and chief human resources officer. In her new position, she will succeed Elizabeth Norberg who will step down on 1 December.

Finally, Robert Higginbotham, vice president, investor relations, has been promoted to the role of senior vice president, investor relations and financial planning and analysis.

Mary Dillon, Foot Locker’s president and chief executive, said: “Separating our commercial activities from our supply chain and IT functions will better position Foot Locker to support growth and enhance operating efficiency as we invest in unleashing the power of our leading retail banners by simplifying our operations and expanding our omnichannel, loyalty, and digital capabilities.

“On behalf of everyone at Foot Locker, I want to thank both Andrew and Elizabeth for their significant contributions to our company and wish them well in their next chapters.”

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