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CVS Caremark promotes three
October 24th, 2011
WOONSOCKET, R.I. – CVS Caremark Corp. has promoted three executives within the CVS/pharmacy organization.
Judith Strauss Sansone has been appointed senior vice president of merchandising. She most recently served as vice president of merchandising and pricing, with responsibility for general merchandise, consumables and front-end pricing. Previously she had been vice president of health care merchandising and vice president of retail innovation and store design.
Chief marketing officer Robert Price has added retail innovation and store design to his responsibilities, with the goal of integrating more tightly the store and digital environments to create a more personalized experience for shoppers and patients. That effort will draw on the proprietary insights available from CVS/pharmacy’s ExtraCare loyalty program.
Finally Scott Baker, executive vice president of internal operations, real estate and supply chain, has added inventory management and logistics to his responsibilities. In this expanded role, Baker provides senior level support for inventory management and product flow in partnership with merchandising and pharmacy teams.
"These appointments tap the deep bench strength and diverse talents of our CVS/pharmacy team," said Mark Cosby, president of CVS/pharmacy. "Through the focus of these leaders and their teams, we’re in the unique position to improve the lives of millions of Americans by providing easy, innovative solutions and personalized pharmacy health care."