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Glenn K. Murphy Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Gap Inc
Sabrina Simmons EVP and Chief Financial Officer
Steve Sunnucks Global President, Gap
Stefan Larsson Global President, Old Navy
Jack Calhoun Global President, Banana Republic
Art Peck President, Growth, Innovation and Digital
Michelle Banks EVP, General Counsel, Corporate Secretary,
Chief Compliance Officer, Gap Inc.
Colin Funnell EVP, Global Supply Chain, Gap Inc.
Tom Keiser EVP, Chief Information Officer, Gap Inc.
Eva Sage-Gavin EVP, Global Human Resources and Corporate Affairs, Gap Inc.
David Zoba SVP, Global Real Estate, Gap Inc.
Robert Frank, Head of Global Strategy, Gap Inc.
Glenn K. Murphy
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Gap Inc.
Glenn Murphy joined Gap Inc. as Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer in July 2007.
Under Glenn's leadership, the company has successfully driven bottom line earnings growth by focusing on healthy margins and expense management. The company's executive management team is focused on restoring the health of the brands and pursuing growth opportunities overseas through its online channels, franchise operations and international expansion.
Glenn has more than 20 years of retail experience and has successfully led diverse retail businesses and brands in the areas of food, health and beauty, and books. He has an established track record as a decisive, in-charge leader who has revitalized established retail brands.
From 2001 to 2007, Glenn served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Shoppers Drug Mart, Canada's largest drug store chain, delivering 22 consecutive quarters of year-over-year revenue growth.
Prior to Shoppers Drug Mart, Glenn served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Chapters, Canada's leading book retailer. He also had a 14-year career with Loblaw Companies Ltd, Canada's largest food distributor and supermarket chain, and started his career at A.C. Nielsen, the world's leading marketing information company.
Glenn serves as the chairman of the Gap Foundation Board of Trustees. He holds a B.A. from the University of Western Ontario.
EVP and Chief Financial Officer, Gap Inc.
Sabrina Simmons is Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Gap Inc. In this role, she oversees all global financial departments, including controllership, corporate financial planning and analysis, investor relations, treasury, tax, risk management, internal audit and the corporate shared service center, and also has accountability for brand finance along with the company's brand presidents.
Since joining Gap Inc. in 2001, Sabrina has progressed through positions of increasing responsibility from vice president and treasurer to executive vice president. Simmons was appointed CFO in January 2008.
During her tenure, she has been instrumental in instilling financial discipline throughout the organization and developing the capital structure framework that has delivered increasing shareholder distributions while maintaining a strong balance sheet.
Before coming to Gap, Sabrina was chief financial officer and an executive member of the Board of Directors of Sygen International PLC, a British genetics company. Prior to Sygen, Simmons spent five years at Levi Strauss & Co., where she was assistant treasurer. She also spent several years at Hewlett Packard Company and KPMG.
Sabrina received her B.S. in Finance from the University of California, Berkeley where she was also bestowed the award of Regent Scholar, and received her M.B.A. from the Anderson School at the University of California, Los Angeles. Sabrina serves as a member of the Gap Foundation Board of Trustees.
Global President, Gap
Steve Sunnucks is the global president of Gap brand, with responsibility for managing all channels and markets for Gap brand around the world.
Most recently, Steve served as the president of Gap Inc.’s International division, where he was responsible for the business outside North America, which included about 750 stores across 40 countries, including eight of the world’s top 10 apparel retail markets. Under his leadership, Gap Inc. expanded its international footprint in Europe with company-operated stores, including the launch of Banana Republic in Europe and introduction of Old Navy outside of North American for the first the time. The company also has reached new customers with franchise stores in Asia, Australia, Latin America, Eastern Europe, and Russia.
In his 30-year career in retail, Steve has established a strong track record in global apparel, holding senior leadership roles with large, well-known retailers including Marks & Spencer, Sainsbury and the Burton Group (now Arcadia).
Prior to joining Gap Inc. in 2005, he spent four years as chief executive officer of New Look, a large, publicly listed European clothing retailer with over 700 stores in the U.K., Ireland and France. During his term as CEO, Steve repositioned the company as a fast-fashion brand, launched and rolled out a new large store format and introduced new product categories
Steve graduated from Sheffield University in England with an honors degree in economics.
Global President, Old Navy
Stefan Larsson is the Global President of Old Navy, a division of Gap Inc.
Stefan joins Gap Inc. after a highly successful career at Swedish retailer, Hennes & Mauritz (H&M), spanning nearly 15 years.
He most recently served as head of Global Sales with functional responsibility for about 2,300 stores and nearly all of the company’s $17 billion in annual sales. This role, which reported to the CEO, encompassed all aspects of the business that are customer-facing: product merchandising, visual merchandising, store operations, store design and development, inventory management, and customer service.
Previously, Stefan was responsible for overseeing H&M’s global expansion, with responsibility for real estate, store design and store construction. Earlier in his career at H&M, he lived in California and led the company’s launch of H&M on the West Coast of the United States, and spent nearly seven years in numerous global roles with responsibility for product, including merchandising, assortment development, planning and production for the company.
Stefan earned a M.Sc. in Business Administration jointly from the Swedish School of Economics and Business Administration, in Finland, and Jonkoping International Business School, in Sweden.
Global President, Banana Republic
Jack Calhoun is global president of Banana Republic. He is responsible for managing all channels and markets for Banana Republic around the world.
This position expands the role Jack has had since 2007, serving as president of Banana Republic North America. In that time, he has grown sales and positioned Banana Republic as the go-to brand for professionals seeking modern and versatile workplace style. Previously, as executive vice president of Merchandising and Marketing at Banana Republic, he oversaw all aspects of merchandising and marketing and was instrumental in developing the brand's growth strategies. He successfully led growth initiatives including launching an elevated handbag line, a personal care suite of fragrances, and an eyewear collection.
Jack joined Gap Inc. in 2003, coming from Charles Schwab & Co., where he was the executive vice president of Brand Management and Advertising. Prior to that, he spent six years leading teams at Foote, Cone & Belding and Young & Rubicam, where he served as general manager of the San Francisco office. He also held marketing positions at Levi Strauss & Company and The Procter & Gamble Company.
Jack received a B.S. from Purdue University an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School and attended Indiana University School of Music.
Jack currently serves on the Board of Directors of the San Francisco Opera, one of the world’s leading opera companies. He also served for five years on the Board of Directors of the national not-for-profit GLAAD (Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation) as well as on the Board of Directors of the Mitchell Gold furniture company.
President, Growth, Innovation and Digital
Art Peck has been named the president of Growth, Innovation and Digital, effective in the beginning of fiscal year 2013. In this role, Art will provide Gap Inc.’s portfolio of brands with world-class digital capabilities and expertise, building upon the company’s leadership position in e-commerce. He will also guide the growth of the Athleta, Piperlime and INTERMIX brands.
Since joining Gap Inc. in 2005, Art has held key roles with the company. Most recently, Art served as president of Gap North America, where he was instrumental in driving positive performance of the company’s namesake brand. As head of the outlet business from 2008 to 2010, he delivered earnings and sales growth and led the Outlet business to a global footprint.
In addition, Art served as executive vice president of Strategy & Operations. During this time, he played an integral role in the acquisition of Athleta. Art is a trustee on the board of Gap Foundation.
Art came to Gap Inc. from The Boston Consulting Group, an international strategy and management consulting firm, where he served as senior vice president and director.
He is a graduate of Occidental College in Los Angeles and holds an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.
EVP, General Counsel, Corporate Secretary and
Chief Compliance Officer, Gap Inc.
Michelle Banks is Executive Vice President, General Counsel, Corporate Secretary and Chief Compliance Officer of Gap Inc.
In her current role, Michelle is responsible for oversight of the global archives, records and privacy; equity administration; governance; integrity and compliance; legal; and regulatory compliance functions. She joined the Gap Inc. Legal Department in 1999. Prior to becoming General Counsel in 2006, Michelle established and led Gap Inc.’s corporate compliance and corporate governance functions.
Before joining Gap Inc., Michelle was in-house legal counsel for the NBA’s Golden State Warriors, and prior to that, worked in Japan as American counsel for ITOCHU Corporation, a publicly held trading company. She was also associated with several law firms, including Morrison & Foerster in California and New York, focusing on corporate finance and international transactions.
Michelle graduated from UCLA with degrees in Law and Economics, and was admitted to the California bar in 1988. Michelle serves on the Board of Directors of Minority Corporate Counsel Association and is Chair of the Executive Advisory Council of the Association of Corporate Counsel Bay Area Chapter. She also serves as Chair of United Way of the Bay Area’s legal community cabinet.
EVP, Global Supply Chain, Gap Inc.
Colin Funnell is Executive Vice President of Global Supply Chain for Gap Inc. Colin is responsible for managing Gap Inc.'s global supply chain, which includes the company’s logistics network and sourcing operations for both apparel and non apparel, spanning more than 50 countries.
Most recently, Colin served as the company’s Senior Vice President of Global Logistics and Supply Chain Strategy. He joined Gap Inc. in 2004 as SVP of Production at Old Navy where he also led Supply Chain for the brand. Over the past seven years, he has served in a variety of senior leadership capacities across logistics, store architecture and construction, and supply chain. Colin is known for his innovative approach to solving complex problems and driving impressive levels of productivity in support of the company and our brands.
Prior to joining Gap Inc., Colin spent six years at Diageo, the international premium beverage company based in London, where he held a number of senior supply chain positions including SVP Network Supply. Before Diageo, he spent 12 years with Eskom, a South African utility where he held leadership roles across purchasing, inventory management, industrial engineering and corporate risk assessment.
Colin holds a Bachelors degree in Mechanical Engineering and a Masters in Industrial Engineering from the University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa.
EVP, Chief Information Officer, Gap Inc.
Tom Keiser is Gap Inc. Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer. Tom is responsible for all technology for Gap Inc., within the U.S. and abroad.
Tom is a proven retail technology executive with significant experience building global platforms. Through his 20-year career, Keiser has led major global technology initiatives for consumer product and retail companies.
Tom previously served as EVP and CIO for Limited Brands, where he spearheaded a multi-year, transformational program to build a new business and technology operating model to support current and future business needs. During 12 years with Ernst & Young, he gained significant international expertise, managing the rollout of major systems in Europe and the Middle East for a range of companies, including the Coca-Cola Company. A technologist from the start, Tom began his career at BellSouth as a programmer analyst.
Tom currently serves as a trustee on the board of the Gap Foundation, on the Board of Directors for Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay Area, and is Chairman of the Board for The Fisher CIO Leadership Program at the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley. Tom received a bachelor's degree from the University of West Florida.
EVP, Global Human Resources and Corporate Affairs, Gap Inc.
Sage-Gavin is Executive Vice President, Global Human Resources and Corporate Affairs, Gap Inc. In her role as Chief People Officer, she sets the strategy for the company's internal and external communications, government and public affairs, social and environmental responsibility, foundation, as well as human resources operations for 136,000 employees worldwide. Gap Inc.’s fiscal year 2012 net sales were $15.7 billion with products available for purchase in more than 90 countries worldwide through about 3,100 company-operated stores, more than 300 franchise stores, and e-commerce sites.
Sage-Gavin joined Gap Inc. in 2003. Previously, she worked at Sun Microsystems and Disney Consumer Products as Senior Vice President, Human Resources. In addition, she has served in various senior human resources leadership positions for The PepsiCo Corporation, including its Taco Bell division, and for Xerox Corporation.
Sage-Gavin is active in national education and workforce development initiatives. She is a member of the Skills for America’s Future Advisory Board, working with the White House, Aspen Institute, community colleges and corporations to build skilled workforces. She is a member of the HR Policy Association board and chairs its Workforce Development committee.
In 2005, HR Executive magazine recognized Sage-Gavin as one of the 25 most influential and prominent women leading Human Resource organizations. In 2006, she received the distinguished honor of Fellow from the National Academy of Human Resources in recognition of her life-long professional achievements in the field of Human Resources. She is author of a chapter in “The Chief HR Officer: Defining the New Role of Human Resource Leaders,” published in 2011. In 2012, Cornell University honored her with the prestigious Groat Award for her professional accomplishments and outstanding service to the College of Industrial and Labor Relations. In 2013, Sage-Gavin became the ninth member and first female elected to the Sapient board of directors.
Sage-Gavin serves on the Cornell Center for Advanced Human Resources Studies Board, the President’s Council of Cornell Women, and the University of Southern California’s Center for Effective Organizations. She serves as a Cornell Silicon Valley Advisor, is a life member of the Cornell University Council, and is a guest lecturer at Stanford, USC and Cornell.
Sage-Gavin holds a bachelor's degree in industrial and labor relations from Cornell University.
SVP, Global Real Estate, Gap Inc.
David Zoba is Senior Vice President of Global Real Estate. In this role, he works closely with Gap Inc.'s brand presidents and International business leaders in developing and delivering on the company's strategies to optimize its global real estate fleet.
David began as a real estate attorney on Wall Street and quickly moved into shopping centers and corporate real estate. He joined The Limited in the mid-1990s to lead real estate law, and then expanded his responsibility significantly to other areas during his seven years with the company. He subsequently worked for Galyan's Trading Company, Inc., where as EVP he helped create and launch a specialty sporting goods retailer that later became part of Dick's Sporting Goods. Most recently, David was principal and chief operating officer for Steiner + Associates, one of the country's most respected mixed-use retail developers.
David earned his undergraduate degree from Harvard University and attended the London School of Economics for graduate studies. David has a J.D. from Case Western Reserve University Law School.
Head of Global Strategy, Gap Inc.
Robert Frank is Head of Global Strategy for Gap Inc.
Since joining Gap Inc. in 2004, Robert’s strong leadership and operational track record have been instrumental to the company’s growth and success.
Most recently, Robert served as Executive Vice President and Managing Director for Gap Inc in Japan where he successfully led operations for Gap, Banana Republic, and Old Navy. Under his leadership, Gap Inc. launched Old Navy globally with the first store opening outside of North American in Tokyo.
Previously, Robert served as Executive Vice President of Operations for Banana Republic. Before that, he was Senior Vice President of Inventory Management, Production and General Manager of the Canada business for the Gap brand. Since joining Gap Inc Robert has served in a variety of other senior leadership roles than span from strategy to operations across the Gap Inc brands and across the globe. He is known as an innovative leader who takes creative ideas quickly to implementation to propel growth.
Robert came to Gap Inc from McKinsey & Company where he was a leader in the Retail and Consumer practice. During this time he served clients on customer loyalty, marketing effectiveness, and growth strategies.
Robert received an M.B.A. from UCLA and a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines. For 10 years, he also served as Chairman of the Board for TechSoup Global, a non-profit that specializes in technology assistance for community-based organizations and schools.