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Posted Date: 2/1/2003

Career Moves: February 2003

International Mass Retail Association (IMRA). Sandra L. Kennedy to president.

National Retail Federation. David Hogan III to senior vice president, CIO.

U.S. Advisory Committee for Trade Policy and Negotiations (ACTPN). Ed Emma, president and CEO, Jockey International, and Walter Bernard Hickey Jr., chairman, Hickey Freeman Co. Inc., have been appointed to the committee.

Jockey International Inc. Bob Nolan from president, Jockey and designer brands, to president, Jockey worldwide wholesale and licensing; John Brody from senior vice president, national sales manager, Jockey brand and Liz Claiborne Intimates, to executive vice president, Jockey brand merchandising and sales; Michael Lapidus from president, Jockey Retail, to president, Jockey worldwide consumer direct; Jim Cook from director, MIS operations and technical support, to director, global applications development; Brian Elliot from manager, technical operations, to director, MIS operations and technical support; Donna Hunter to vice president, merchandising, women's intimates and bras.

Kellwood Co. Larry Burak from senior vice president, manufacturing, to executive vice president, operations, Koret; Suzanne J. Karkus from president, women's and juniors' division, Calvin Klein Jeanswear, to president, IZOD Womenswear; Gregory Kleffner from partner, Arthur Andersen LLP, to vice president and controller; Mark Merkovitz from New York regional sales manager to vice president and national sales manager, Koret missy and special sizes; Richard Partida from vice president, human resources, Koret, to senior vice president, Koret; Steve Peterson from managing director, Rockline Industries, to managing director, Sports Socks Co. Ireland Ltd.; John Rooney from vice president, special sizes, to vice president, special markets.

Tandy Brands Accessories Inc. Rosie Iglesias from senior vice president, sales, to executive vice president/national sales manager.

CODA Financials Inc. Jo Hussey to the global operational management team; Jeremy Roche to CODA Group CEO.

Consolidated Laundry Machinery Co. David Bernstein to president.

Gretag Macbeth. Donna Annacone to director of sales, Americas South.

 

Retail Forward. Lois Huff to senior vice president and the company's executive committee. Yale Hook Eye Co. Jim Marks from vice president of sales to president.

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