This week in leadership updates, Rite Aid names Bari Harlam as the newest member on their board of directors, the NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars created a new VP position for social responsibility and impact, Caroline Hudack leaves her position as EMEA brand marketing director for Airbnb, Virgin Atlantic CMO Claire Cronin departs while Just Salad appoints their first chief marketing officer.
Rite Aid Picks Bari Harlam As Newest Board Member
The move comes as Rite Aid seeks to support its RxEvolution strategy which positions the company toward embracing a holistic approach to health.
Harlam was most recently CMO at Hudson’s Bay Company and also had a hand in creating CVS’s ExtraCare program as CVS Health’s SVP.
T-Neisha Tate Named Jaguars’ Vice President Of Social Responsibility And Impact
T-Neisha Tate has been picked for a newly created role as part of the Jacksonville Jaguars’ leadership team, reports Sports Illustrated.
The new role, VP of social responsibility and impact, will find Tate “responsible for creating programming and executing on the organization’s social responsibility mission that is designed to emphasize respect and to inspire and unify players, staff, fans and area communities through efforts to make a positive, meaningful impact.”
Tate reports to CMO and SVP of social responsibility & impact, Julian Duncan.
Caroline Hudack Leaves Airbnb EMEA Marketing Position
Caroline Hudack will be leaving her position as Airbnb brand marketing director for the EMEA region, reports Campaign.
Hudack has been in her position for the past three years at Airbnb. Freddie Eaves, Airbnb’s brand marketing manager for United Kingdom and Northern Europe, will take over her duties in her absence.
Virgin Atlantic Chief Marketer Claire Cronin Leaves Position
Claire Cronin is leaving her CMO position at Virgin Atlantic, a spot she held since 2017 after first joining Virgin Holidays as marketing director in 2014.
Marketing Week reports that with the departure of Cronin, Virgin Atlantic’s VP of digital and distribution, Siobhan Fitzpatrick, will take on the duties previously associated with the CMO title under her expanded role.
Just Salad Names First CMO
Andy Rooks has been named as Just Salad’s first CMO, reports QSR Magazine.
Rooks joins the fast-casual brand from Theory Marketing Partners, a consulting firm he founded and served as CEO for.