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MMR’s Most Influential Women

Influential Women: Monica Arnaudo, Ulta

BOLINGBROOK, Ill. — Monica Arnaudo has been chief merchandising officer at Ulta Beauty since December 2019, having previously served as senior vice president of merchandising since joining the beauty retailer in October 2017.  Arnaudo brought a wealth of experience in the beauty industry, including sales, merchandising and business development roles at such retailers as Sephora

Influential Women: Roz Brewer, Walgreens Boots Alliance

DEERFIELD, Ill. — Since becoming chief executive officer of Walgreens Boots Alliance in March 2021, Roz Brewer has put her stamp on the company by sharpening its focus on the things that matter most — health care and retailing. “We are taking decisive action to unlock value and strengthen the company by simplifying the portfolio,”

Influential Women: Erin Condon, CVS Health

WOONSOCKET, R.I. — As vice president of retail front-store and omnichannel marketing, Erin Condon leads the teams that drive the integrated marketing plans and shopper experience in CVS Pharmacy stores. “I have the pleasure of leading the Retail Marketing team that has responsibility for driving customer growth and traffic to our physical and digital storefronts

Influential Women: Megan Crozier, Sam’s Club

BENTONVILLE, Ark. — Megan Crozier was appointed executive vice president and chief merchandising officer of Sam’s Club in September 2019 after spending 16 years at Walmart U.S. In that role, she leads a team of merchants, pharmacists, product managers and supply chain engineers who are winning plaudits for developing and curating a compelling product assortment

Influential Women: Kiera Fernandez, Target

MINNEAPOLIS — Kiera Fernandez was named Target’s chief diversity and inclusion officer in June 2020, capping a career that began in 2001. In her present role she is responsible for leading and advancing Target’s diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) strategy, with the goal of creating equitable experiences for all Target team members and guests. Fernandez

Influential Women: Andrea Harrison, CVS Health

WOONSOCKET, R.I. — As vice president of merchandising, beauty and personal care for CVS Health, Andrea Harrison oversees the cosmetics, skin, fragrance, hair and personal care categories, as well as the beauty service program, within the company’s retail business.  Today’s beauty shopper, according to Harrison, has evolved to focus on and expect not only the

Influential Women: Christina Hennington, Target

MINNEAPOLIS — Christina Hennington is one of a group of women executives at Target who have forged highly impressive careers while providing the retailer with outstanding executive leadership that has been manifested in Target’s superlative performance of recent years. Like her colleague Cara Sylvester, Hennington holds an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at

Influential Women: Stacey Johnson, Hy-Vee

WEST DES MOINES, Iowa — As senior vice president of government relations and corporate compliance for Hy-Vee, Stacey Johnson oversees all of Hy-Vee’s government relations activities, leads corporate compliance and guides the company’s community and diversity initiatives. “By building relationships with local and federal lawmakers, our government relations team has the ability to advocate on

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