Lululemon makes leadership appointments to drive growth
Lululemon Athletica has announced a series of new leadership appointments as part of its growth strategy.
Celeste Burgoyne has been promoted to enable her to become the company’s first executive to serve at president level when leading the Americas and global guest innovation teams. In addition, the company has hired André Maestrini to serve as executive vice president of international to lead overseas expansion.
Burgoyne joined Lululemon in 2006 to lead US expansion and has since held a series of senior roles with the business. She previously worked with Abercrombie & Fitch where she held a variety of leadership positions during her ten years with the company.
Meanwhile, Maestrini has spent the last 14 years working at Adidas where his most recent position involved overseeing a multibillion-dollar business as senior vice president and global general manager of the sports business units.
In a further move, Stacia Jones will become vice president and global head of IDEA to drive the company’s inclusion, diversity and equality strategies. She has previously been working at Abercrombie & Fitch, most recently as associate general counsel and the company’s chief diversity and inclusion officer.
Calvin McDonald, Lululemon Athletica chief executive, said: “I am excited to announce these senior leadership appointments, which will enable us to continue to drive our business forward and further strengthen Lululemon’s leadership team.”
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