Board Names New Members

WASHINGTON -, the digital division of the National Retail Federation, has added 11 new members to its board of directors.
     The newly-elected members, who will each serve a two-year term, are scheduled to meet in late September at's Annual Summit in Dallas.
     The new members are:
     • Anne Ashbey, vp, marketing, Blackstone Audio Inc.
     • Bill Bass, president, Charming Direct Division, Charming Shoppes Inc.
     • Troy Brown, retail practice leader, Demandware
     • Peter Cobb, co-founder, svp, eBags
     • Chuck Davis, ceo, Fandango; evp, Comcast Interactive
     • Kevin Ertell, vp, Retail Strategy, ForeSee Results Inc.
     • Patti Freeman Evans, vp, research, Forrester Research
     • Misty Locke, president and co-founder, Range Online Media Inc.
     • Paul Misener, vp, global public policy, Inc.
     • Chris O'Neill, director, retail, Google Inc.
     • John Rogers, vp, gm, global e-commerce, Under Armour Inc.
     Additional members of the board serving remainder two-year terms are:
     • Miki Racine Berardelli, chief marketing officer, Tory Burch
     • Pinny Gniwisch, co-founder and evp, marketing,
     • Brett Hurt, founder and ceo, Bazaarvoice, Inc.
     • Richard Last,; current board of directors chairman
     • John Lazarchic, vp, ecommerce, PETCO Animal Supplies Inc.
     • Kelly Mooney, president and chief experience officer, Resource Interactive
     • MJ Murphy, senior director, ecommerce, Cole Haan
     • Bob Myers, ceo, Sheplers Western Wear.

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