Art Peck Chief Executive Officer, Gap Inc.
Sabrina Simmons EVP and Chief Financial Officer, Gap Inc.
Andi Owen Global President, Banana Republic
Jeff Kirwan Global President, Gap
Sonia Syngal Global President, Old Navy
Nancy Green President and General Manager, Athleta
Jyothi Rao President and General Manager, Intermix
Abinta Malik, EVP and General Manager, Greater China
Julie Gruber EVP, Global General Counsel, Corporate Secretary & Chief Compliance Officer, Gap Inc.
Bobbi Silten EVP, Global Talent and Sustainability
Sol Goldfarb EVP, Digital and Customer Experience, Gap Inc.
Paul Chapman, EVP and Chief Information Officer, Gap Inc.
Michael Yee, EVP, Global Supply Chain: Sourcing and Production, Gap Inc.
Shawn Curran, EVP, Global Supply Chain: Logistics and Product Operations, Gap Inc.
Chief Executive Officer, Gap Inc.
Art Peck is Gap Inc.'s Chief Executive Officer. He joined Gap Inc. in 2005 and has held senior leadership positions across nearly every area of the company.
On October 8, 2014, Art was named as Glenn Murphy’s successor as Gap Inc. CEO, effective February 1, 2015.
From 2012 to January 2015, Art served as President of the company’s Growth, Innovation and Digital (GID) division, with responsibility for the digital strategy of our more than $2 billion e-commerce business across the 80 countries where the company serves customers online. He drove the innovation agenda for the company across its digital platforms and more than 3,000 stores around the world. Ultimately, Art and his team developed and deployed the industry-leading, omni-channel platform for consumers to bridge the physical and digital shopping experience.
In this broad operating role, Art guided the growth of the emerging brands Athleta, Piperlime and Intermix, which is particularly fitting given he led the internal efforts to acquire Athleta, in 2008, and Intermix, in 2012. Art also added responsibility for the Gap Inc. technology division, working closely with the company’s chief information officer to optimize innovative and business solutions.
In his prior role, Art served as president of Gap North America, with its fleet of more than 700 stores, from February 2011 to November 2012. A product resurgence during this period drew customers back to the company’s namesake brand and helped improve the division’s sales performance for six consecutive quarters during his tenure and thereafter.
Previously, from 2008 to 2011, Art led the Outlet division, delivering strong sales and earnings growth for the value expressions of Gap and Banana Republic. Among the strategic shifts during this time, the division expanded globally, including first-ever Outlet store openings in Canada and Europe.
Art joined the company as executive vice president of Strategy & Operations, and he made an immediate impact by launching the company’s first franchise business, which now has grown to about 400 Gap, Banana Republic and Old Navy franchise stores in 40 countries. It was during this time that Art and CEO Glenn Murphy worked together to orchestrate the company’s China entry and architect the company’s current global growth strategy.
A champion of the company values to “do more than sell clothes,” Art has been a trustee on the board of Gap Foundation since 2008, and a long-time advocate for corporate social responsibility and the company’s philanthropic work. He played an integral role in Gap’s partnership with Product (RED) in 2006, in which a portion of product sales went to HIV/AIDS prevention efforts in Africa, and was a key supporter of the company’s decision in February 2014 to raise its minimum wage for U.S. employees.
Prior to joining Gap Inc., Art spent 20 years with The Boston Consulting Group, an international strategy and management consulting firm, where he ultimately served as a senior partner.
In 2013, Fast Company named Art one of its 100 Most Creative People in Business, which features global leaders in technology, design, media, music, movies, marketing, television, sports, and more.
He is a graduate of Occidental College in Los Angeles, and holds an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.
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 real estate, loss prevention and 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 currently serves on the Haas School of Business Advisory Board. Sabrina is a member of the Gap Foundation Board of Trustees.
Global President, Banana Republic
Andi Owen is Global President for Banana Republic, where she is responsible for managing all markets and channels for Banana Republic around the world.
Prior to this, Andi served as executive vice president and General Manager of Global Gap Outlet, responsible for the value expression of Gap brand across North America, Europe and Asia.
During her time with Gap Outlet, Andi and her team grew the business, expanded its reach beyond traditional outlet malls with the addition of urban locations.
Andi has more than twenty-five years of apparel industry experience and is known for her strategic vision and commitment to developing world-class teams. She began her Gap Inc. career in 1991 and has held various leadership positions across the company including, SVP & GM for Banana Republic Factory Store, Divisional Merchandise Manager at Gap Inc. Direct for Old Navy, GM for Banana Republic Canada, and a variety of positions within the Banana Republic field organization, including Western Zone VP.
Prior to joining Gap Inc., Andi worked for Bloomingdales where she held several cross-functional positions.
Andi holds a B.A. in Art History from the College of William and Mary.
Andi serves on the Gap Inc. Foundation Board. She is passionate about volunteering, giving back to the community and mentoring.
Global President, Gap
Jeff Kirwan is Global President of Gap brand with responsibility for managing the brand worldwide across multiple channels and geographies.
Prior to this, from 2011 to 2014, Jeff led the greater China business for Gap Inc., most recently as President. In this capacity, Jeff was responsible for all brands and channels in mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. He has led the growth of the company’s presence in China that grew to encompass two brands – Gap and Old Navy as well as Gap Outlet, reaching more than 100 stores across 25 cities in the region in less than four years as well as ecommerce channels for Gap and Old Navy.
Previous to his China assignment, Jeff was SVP of Stores & Operations for the U.S. and Canada with Gap Inc.’s largest brand, Old Navy.
He joined Gap Inc. in May 2004, coming from Target Corporation where he was the Regional Group Director for the Western Region. Throughout his career, he has held a wide spectrum of positions and functional responsibilities.
Jeff attended Rhode Island College, where he received his Bachelor’s degree. He also received a Master of Science degree from the University of Maryland.
Jeff has a passion for supporting the communities where he lives and where Gap Inc. does business, demonstrated through his support of employee volunteerism and his own active engagement with multiple not-for-profit organizations during his career. He speaks conversational Mandarin.
Global President, Old Navy
Sonia Syngal is Global President for Old Navy leading the brand worldwide, across multiple channels and geographies.
A design-driven, innovative leader, Sonia has delivered growth and unlocked revenue potential in roles across multiple functions and industries. She achieves lasting value by delivering transformation in product, process and people.
In her 12 years with Gap Inc., Sonia has held leadership roles spanning all brands and channels, including leading the company’s global supply chain and product-to-market model, and managing international divisions for all of the company’s global brands, including outlet.
As EVP of Global Supply Chain and Product Operations for Gap Inc., Sonia was responsible for managing all aspects of global sourcing, logistics and product operations across the enterprise. In this role, she worked alongside Old Navy’s leadership as an architect of the company’s product-to-market model designed to deliver systematic, repeatable growth across the enterprise.
Prior to Gap Inc., Sonia had a successful career in Fortune 500 product companies, including 10 years at Sun Microsystems and six years at Ford Motor Co.
Sonia holds a Master’s degree in Manufacturing Systems Engineering from Stanford University and a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Kettering University. She serves on the Gap Foundation Board of Trustees.
President and General Manager, Athleta
Nancy Green is currently President and General Manager of Athleta, leading the brand through a high-growth phase and brand evolution.
Throughout her three decades of retail, leading high growth businesses and teams have been her expertise along with creating and developing brand vision, strategy, and breakthrough product and marketing. She is also known as an impactful mentor of talent who has developed strong leaders across the industry. She has worked for Gap Inc. for 21 years over two phases, including her first 16 years in retail and most recent 5 years since rejoining the company in 2009.
Prior to joining Athleta in 2013, she served as EVP and Chief Creative Officer at Old Navy, leading the merchandising, design and visual merchandising teams. Under her leadership, the brand focused on balancing innovation in core categories while launching new and expanding businesses. Nancy served as interim co-leader of Old Navy in 2012.
Previously, Green served as CEO of Shabby Chic, where she partnered with the founder to create and implement a vision and growth strategy for a multi-channel lifestyle brand. She facilitated its expansion into new categories and distribution channels while overseeing all areas of the company.
In addition, she ran the Pottery Barn division of Williams-Sonoma, Inc as executive vice president from 2003-2007 where she led a multi-channel business (online, catalog, stores) through a significant growth phase expanding into new categories and developing the online business into a major channel.
She spent 16 years at Gap Inc from 1986-2002 overseeing merchandising in a variety of divisions, including Gap brand both within the US and globally, as well as the kids and baby division for Old Navy.
She holds a BA from University of California, Berkeley.
President and General Manager, Intermix
Jyothi brings extensive experience in the retail sector to her role as President of INTERMIX. She is responsible for crafting the vision for the brand and for developing the overall business strategy.
Prior to joining INTERMIX in 2014, Jyothi served as Executive Vice President and General Manager of Gilt.com where she was instrumental in growing the business into a leading digital fashion site. Before Gilt, Jyothi served as Senior Vice President and General Manager at Calvin Klein, where she launched the Specialty Retail division.
Previously, Jyothi spent 16 years at Gap Inc., where she held several leadership positions and was responsible for successfully growing domestic and international businesses for both the Gap and Banana Republic brands. Jyothi has resided in Africa, India, and Europe.
EVP and General Manager, Greater China
Abinta Malik is Executive Vice President and General Manager of Greater China for Gap Inc. She is responsible for the company’s Gap, Gap Outlet and Old Navy store and ecommerce operations in Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
Previously, Abinta was Senior Vice President in charge of Gap Global Online, where she ran the brand’s ecommerce business successfully for two years.
During her more than 16 years with Gap Inc., she has held product and business leadership roles across the Gap, Banana Republic, Old Navy and Growth, Innovation & Digital (GID) divisions. She also co-led the launch of Old Navy’s international expansion into Japan. She has a keen sense of the customer and a deep understanding of product.
Before joining Gap Inc., Abinta worked for an international development organization.
She holds a master’s degree in business administration from Wharton School at University of Pennsylvania and a master’s degree in development economics from the University of Cambridge.
EVP, Global General Counsel, Corporate Secretary & Chief Compliance Officer, Gap Inc.
Julie Gruber is Executive Vice President, Global General Counsel, Corporate Secretary & Chief Compliance Officer of Gap Inc.
In addition to the global legal function, Julie oversees the Company’s global privacy, integrity and equity functions.
Since joining Gap Inc. as Counsel in 1998, Julie progressed through positions of increasing responsibility in both legal and compliance. Julie was appointed to her current role in 2016. Prior to joining Gap Inc., Julie was associated with the law firm of Bronson, Bronson and McKinnon in San Francisco where she worked on a variety of litigation and intellectual property matters. Julie also served as a law clerk to the Honorable Ronald M. Whyte in the Federal District Court in San Jose.
Julie serves on the Board of LifeMoves (formerly InnVision Shelter Network) a not-for-profit dedicated to ending the cycle of homelessness and also serves on the Executive Committee for the American Heart Association’s Bay Area Go Red for Women Campaign.
Julie is a graduate of the University of California’s Hastings College of Law and received her B.A. in Political Science from Yale University. She was admitted to the State Bar of California in 1992.
EVP, Global Talent and Sustainability
Bobbi Silten is Executive Vice President, Global Talent and Sustainability. In this role, Bobbi oversees social and environmental sustainability; human resources; government affairs, corporate communications and Gap Foundation.
Since 2005, she has led Gap Foundation, overseeing its global community investments in women’s advancement and youth first jobs, and volunteer programs for employees worldwide.
In early 2011, she was tapped to lead Gap Inc.’s Global Sustainability practice – encompassing vendor monitoring and capability building, environmental sustainability, global stakeholder partnerships and sustainable innovation.
In 2011-2012, she served as a member of the White House Council for Community Solutions, which provided advice to President Obama on the best ways to mobilize citizens, nonprofits, businesses and government to work more effectively together to solve specific community needs. She co-led the Youth Employment Program working group, which developed the Connecting Youth & Business toolkit.
She was a founding member of Reimagining Service, a five-year national cross-sector initiative to increase the impact of volunteerism, and served as the chair of the Reimagining Service Council until 2014.
She serves on the Leadership Council for Opportunity Nation and is also a volunteer mentor to alumni of Summer Search, a national youth leadership program.
Prior to joining Gap Inc., Silten spent 10 years at Levi Strauss & Co., including five years as President of the U.S. Dockers brand. She started her professional career in advertising and has a bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Berkeley.
EVP, Digital and Customer Experience, Gap Inc.
Sol Goldfarb is Executive Vice President, Digital and Customer Experience for Gap Inc. In this role, Sol is responsible for guiding the strategy and delivery of innovative technology that delights customers and bridges the divide between the physical and digital shopping experiences.
Sol has been at the center of the transformation of the retail customer shopping experience for the last two decades. Joining the Growth, Innovation and Digital Division, now GapLabs, in 2004 to oversee product management, Sol has progressed through the organization touching every part of Gap Inc.’s digital landscape. Sol is now responsible for driving the company’s digital and customer experience agenda across five global brands. During his tenure, Sol has brought the company’s e-commerce business to international markets, developed the digital expression for new brands the company has started and acquired, pivoted the organization’s efforts to take advantage of the huge growth in customer use of mobile devices, and driven the development of best-in-class omni-channel offerings, like Find In Store, Ship From Store, Reserve In Store and Order In Store.
Sol came to Gap Inc. from AOL/Netscape, where he led some of the Internet’s most impactful technology innovations. Chief among his accomplishments was the strategic oversight of AOL Music, which included Radio@AOL, AOL Media Player, Video@AOL and Winamp. Sol was also responsible for the development of Netscape 6.1 and 6.2 and Netscape’s line of retail products, including Netscape Communicator and Netscape Publishing Suite.
Sol earned his J.D. from Harvard Law School and practiced law for several years, with a focus on corporate counsel and venture capital fund representation, before refocusing his career to follow his passion for technology innovation and strategy.
EVP and Chief Information Officer, Gap Inc.
Paul Chapman is Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer for Gap Inc. Paul oversees more than 2,000 technologists around the world who design and develop strategic, differentiating digital solutions to inspire customers and create a significant competitive advantage for the company.
Paul is leading a technology transformation at Gap Inc. – evolving a traditional IT organization into a cutting edge technology powerhouse that’s embracing the latest processes, technologies, open source tools and Agile thinking to drive innovative retail, commerce and enterprise technology across the globe.
Paul joined Gap Inc. in 2004 and held multiple leadership roles within the technology organization before being named CIO in 2013. He has spent his entire career in technology, working for many large companies in the Los Angeles area before founding and operating his own successful consulting firm for more than 10 years. Prior to joining Gap Inc., Paul helped grow two internet startups.
Outside the office, Paul is passionate about giving back through active involvement with Habitat for Humanity and other community organizations.
Paul holds degrees from California State University – Long Beach and the University of California – Santa Barbara.
EVP, Global Supply Chain: Sourcing and Production, Gap Inc.
Michael Yee is Executive Vice President of Global Supply Chain: Sourcing and Production for Gap Inc.
Along with Shawn Curran, Michael manages the Global Supply Chain’s end-to-end process, and leads the product-to-market model for each of its brands. Michael is responsible for shaping the direction of sourcing and production, while providing innovative strategies, cost-saving solutions and commercially-oriented tactics. The Global Supply Chain includes product development, sourcing operations, the logistics network and inventory optimization teams in support of Gap Inc.'s five brands - Gap, Old Navy, Banana Republic, Athleta and Intermix.
Michael has been instrumental in re-engineering the product to market engine for all of Gap Inc.’s brands. Throughout his four years at the company, the global sourcing teams have undergone significant transformation to establish the company’s category sourcing model and deepen relationships with factories and mills. He has evolved the company’s sourcing operating model to enable faster decision making, streamline brand interactions, and improved responsive capabilities.
Prior to joining Gap Inc., Michael served as Managing Partner for Accenture, where he oversaw supply chain practice for retail partners in Asia Pacific, served as Managing Director of Global Sourcing at Liz Claiborne, and at Esquel, as Executive Director and Chief Supply Chain Officer.
Michael received his MBA from The University of Western Ontario and his Bachelor’s degree from the University of British Columbia.
EVP, Global Supply Chain: Logistics and Product Operations, Gap Inc.
Shawn Curran is Executive Vice President of Global Supply Chain: Logistics and Product Operations at Gap Inc.
Along with Michael Yee, Shawn manages the Global Supply Chain’s end-to-end process, and leads the product-to-market model for each of its brands. Specifically, Shawn is responsible for leading the company’s global logistics omni-channel operations, strategy and product operations serving both on-line customers and more than 3,300 company-owned stores, along with 400 franchise stores. The Global Supply Chain includes product development, sourcing operations, the logistics network and inventory optimization teams in support of Gap Inc.'s five brands - Gap, Old Navy, Banana Republic, Athleta and Intermix.
With more than 28 years at Gap Inc., Shawn has an established track record of driving transformative change resulting in year-over-year cost savings and improved customer experience. Over the years, Shawn has progressed through positions of increasing responsibility to include Industrial Engineering, Distribution Center Operations, Brand Management, North American Transportation and Europe Logistics.
Shawn served as past president of the Tri-State Chapter of the Materials Handling Management Society and was also a founding member and vice chair of the Northern Kentucky Business Leadership Network. He holds an MBA from Xavier University and a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Dayton.