September 8, 2008, 12:00 AM

Shop.org elects its 2009 board

Shop.org, the e-commerce unit of trade group the National Retail Federation, has elected its board for 2009.

Shop.org, the e-commerce unit of trade group the National Retail Federation, has elected its board for 2009.

Newly elected to board are:

Anne Ashbey, vice president, Internet marketing, Harry & David
  • Peter Cobb, co-founder, eBags
  • Misty Locke, co-founder and president, Range Online Media
  • Chris Wilson, vice president, e-commerce, L.L. Bean Inc.

    Re-elected to the board are:

    • Troy Brown, senior director and general manager, The Timberland Co.
    • Chuck Davis, chairman and CEO, Fandango
    • Patti Freeman-Evans, senior analyst, retail, JupiterResearch
    • John McAteer, head of retail, Google, Inc.

    Returning Directors include:

  • Miki Berardelli, vice president, global customer strategy and retail marketing, Polo Ralph Lauren
  • Pinny Gniwisch, founder and executive vice president, marketing, Ice.com
  • Brett Hurt, founder and CEO, Bazaarvoice, Inc.
  • Carrie Johnson, vice president and director, research, Forrester Research
  • Scott Key, senior vice president, relationship marketing and business direct, GAP Inc.
  • Richard Last, vice president and director, new business development, jcp.com, J.C Penney
  • John Lazarchic, vice president, e-commerce, Petco Animal Supplies Inc.
  • Kelly Mooney, president, chief experience officer, Resource Interactive
  • Tracy Mullin, president and chief executive officer, National Retail Federation
  • Robert Myers, senior vice president and direct response marketing, QVC.com
  • Scott Silverman, executive director, Shop.org

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