May 17, 2002, 12:00 AM

Shop.org elects new board members

Shop.org, the trade group of e-retailing and a division of the National Retail Federation, has elected six new members and two new associate members to its Board of Directors.

Kurt Peters

Executive Editor

Shop.org, the trade group of e-retailing and a division of the National Retail Federation, has elected six new members and two new associate members to its Board of Directors.

The new members are:
· Bill Bass, senior vice president, e-commerce and international, Lands` End Inc.
· Julie Bornstein, vice president, e-commerce, Nordstrom Inc.
· Gene Domecus, senior vice president, e-commerce, Macys.com/Federated Direct
· Dennis Honan, vice president and general manager, customer direct, Sears, Roebuck and Co.
· Monica Luechtefeld, executive vice president, e-commerce, Office Depot Inc.
· Susan Neal, vice president, business development, The Gymboree Corp.

The new associate members are:
· Elaine Rubin, partner, Retail Options
· Julie Michaelson, vice president, retail, interactive marketing, America Online, Inc.

Returning board members are: · Michael Crotty, vice president, marketing, Neiman Marcus
· Cathy David, vice president, store brand web sites, Target.direct
· Rich Last, vice president, merchandise, J.C. Penney Co. Inc.
· Sally McKenzie, division vice president, Eddie Bauer
· Shelley Nandkeolyar, executive vice president and president-Internet/Direct Commerce, Martha Stewart Living

Returning associate members are:
· Chuck Davis, president & CEO, BizRate.com Inc.
· Angela Kapp, president, Angela Kapp Consulting

 

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