Martine Reardon, Macy’s chief marketing officer, has decided to leave the company, effective May 13, after 32 years of service.
Reardon was named Macy’s Chief Marketing Officer in February 2012. She leads Macy’s multi-faceted world of marketing, including macys.com and the company’s advertising, creative development, social, mobile, and digital media, brand public relations, cause and tourism marketing, special events, media planning, consumer insights and data analysis for its 730 stores nationwide.
According to Milwaukee Business Journal, Kohl’s Corp. executive vice president of marketing Will Setliff is leaving his post. Kohl’s confirmed Setliff’s resignation in a written statement last week.
In February, Kohl’s eliminated the positions of Krista Berry, executive vice president and chief digital officer; Bevin Bailis, senior vice president for communications and public relations; and Paul Calderon, senior vice president for store environment, according to a company memo that was obtained by Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. Kohl’s did not give a reason for Setliff’s resignation.
Prior to joining Kohl’s in 2014, Setliff had served as CMO of Darden Restaurants and SVP of marketing at Target, where he’d also served as the retailers interim CMO.
And on April 13, when Old Navy announced that Sonia Syngal had been selected as Old Navy’s global president, AdAge reported that a company spokeswoman said that the brand’s CMO, Ivan Wicksteed, who had been with Old Navy for three years, left the company in March.
Prior to joining Old Navy in February of 2013, Wicksteed was the CMO for Cole Haan, and prior to that he was head of International Marketing for Converse.