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MMR honors ‘Most Influential Women’

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Helena Foulkes of CVS

Lauren Brindley of Walgreens

Andrea Harrison of CVS

Anita Elliott of Dollar General

Jocelyn Konrad of Rite Aid

Judy Sansone of CVS

Mary Winn Pilkington of Dollar General

Joe Tarnowski of ECRM, Reagan Lund of NEW and Amy Hahn of Ahold USA

Michele Driscoll of CVS

Emily Taylor of Dollar General

Rhonda Taylor of Dollar General

Helayna Minsk of Walgreens

Louis Donadio of Vizuri and Cia Tucci of CVS

Jodi Taylor of EnvisionRxOptions

Elena Kraus of Walgreens

Sandra Smith of CVS and Amy McAnarney of Hallmark

Maly Bernstein of CVS

Scott Emerson of Emerson Group and Ted Peterson of CPG Linkages

Mark Deuschle of Navajo, Roz Chapman of The Chapman Edge and Tom Nestor of Sundial Brands

Simon Shavanson of Shavanson Enterprise, Todd Vasos of Dollar General and Allen Salmasi of max2

Ed Morgan of The Emerson Group is flanked by Jayne Reiss and Bill Maher of Prestige Brands

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NEW YORK — Mass Market Retailers recently honored the outstanding executives who were identified by the publication as the industry’s Most Influential Women in 2017.

On hand to receive awards were the following executives:

  • Maly Bernstein, divisional merchandise manager for beauty care at CVS Pharmacy
  • Lauren Brindley, group vice president of beauty and personal care at Walgreens
  • Michele Driscoll, vice president of loyalty and personalization at CVS Pharmacy
  • Anita Elliott, senior vice president and chief accounting officer at Dollar General
  • Helena Foulkes, president of CVS Pharmacy
  • Amy Hahn, senior vice president of marketing at Ahold USA
  • Andrea Harrison, senior director and divisional merchandise manager for personal care, photo and money services at CVS Pharmacy
  • Jocelyn Konrad, executive vice president of pharmacy at Rite Aid
  • Elena Kraus, general counsel at Walgreens
  • Helayna Minsk, group vice president for retail brands at Walgreens
  • Mary Winn Pilkington, senior vice president of investor relations and public relations at Dollar General
  • Judy Sansone, senior vice president of front store business and chief merchant at CVS Pharmacy
  • Sandy Smith, director of divisional merchandise for seasonal and general merchandise at CVS Pharmacy
  • Emily Taylor, senior vice president and general merchandise manager, nonconsumable division, at Dollar General
  • Jodi Taylor, chief human resources office at EnvisionRxOptions, a Rite Aid subsidiary
  • Rhonda Taylor, executive vice president and general counsel at Dollar General
  • Cia Tucci, vice president of merchandising for store brands and quality assurance at CVS Pharmacy

The awards presentation and reception drew retailer and supplier executives from across the food, drug and mass channels to a ballroom at the new headquarters of Time Inc. in lower Manhattan, located just blocks away from the World Trade Center “Freedom Tower.”

MMR recognized Mass Market Retailing’s Most Influential Women in its June 26 print edition. Honorees who were unable to attend the reception are: Pamela Bailey of GMA, Ornella Barra of WBA, Danielle Barrera of RediClinic, Tammy DeBoer of Family Dollar, Meg Ham of Food Lion, Susan Henderson of Rite Aid, Christina Hennington of Target, Mary Kelly of Rexall, Sheila Laing of Hy-Vee, Catherine Lewenberg of CVS, Stephanie Lundquist of Target, Judith McKenna of Walmart, Susan Morris of Albertsons, Jody Pinson of Walmart, Janna Potts of Target, Lori Raya of Albertsons, Tammy Royer of Rite Aid, Gisel Ruiz of Sam’s Club, Leslie Sarasin of FMI, Dawn Sherman of EnvisionRxOptions, Karen Staniforth of Health Dialog, Karen Stuckey of Walmart, Jill Turner-Mitchael of Sam’s Club, Donna Tweeten of Hy-Vee, Annie Walker of Walmart, Latriece Watkins of Walmart, Kristin Williams of Hy-Vee and Kathleen Wilson-Thompson of WBA.


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