Jul 17, 2019
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Hibbett Sports appoints two new board members

Jul 17, 2019

Athletic fashion retailer Hibbett Sports Inc. has added Lorna Nagler and Dorlisa Flur to the company’s board of directors. 

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Nagler will serve on the compensation committee and Flur will serve on the audit committee. The appointments increase the size of Hibbett’s board to ten members.

Nagler has served on the board of directors of Ulta Beauty since 2009, where she sits on the compensation and nominating and corporate governance committees. She also serves on the advisory board for the University of Wisconsin and works with several non-profit organizations. Her previous career experience includes time serving as president of Bealls Department Stores Inc., where she developed a business strategy to recapture lost volume and reposition the company for future growth.

She also re-platformed the company’s e-commerce business, introduced new national brands and strategically invested in customer relations management capabilities to launch a contact database that grew to several million customers.

Prior to joining Bealls, Nagler previously held the role of chief executive officer of Christopher & Banks Corporation, served in several leadership roles at Charming Shoppes, including president of Lane Bryant and president of Catherine Stores, and held multiple merchandising leadership roles at Kmart Corporation and Kids “R” Us. 

Flur is currently an independent senior advisor and was previously chief strategy and transformation officer at Southeastern Grocers Inc. In her prior role, she led analytics and program management, integrated traditional and digital channels into a coordinated target marketing program and strategically guided the company’s e-commerce direction.

In addition, Flur previously served as executive vice president, omni-channel at Belk, Inc., where she implemented numerous initiatives to drive sales and generate fulfillment efficiencies while directing technology-focused investments to institutionalize new omni-channel capabilities. Prior to Belk, she held several leadership roles at Family Dollar Stores Inc., rising to vice chair, strategy and chief administrative officer. Earlier in her career, she worked for 16 years at McKinsey and Company Inc. where she was the first female partner elected in the Southeast and also co-led the Charlotte office.

Flur serves on the board of advisors for the Belk College of Business at UNC-Charlotte and is a founding trustee and immediate past board chair for the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art in Charlotte. 

“[Nagler] and [Flur] share our values and our focus on innovation that places strong emphasis on the customer experience – a combination we believe will support us in our goal to strengthen the connection with our customers and deliver strong shareholder value in the years ahead," said Anthony Crudele, chairman of the board.

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