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MMR honors outstanding retail leaders

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NEW YORK — Chain Drug Review’s sister publication, MMR held a gala reception Tuesday night to honor recipients of its “People Who Made a Difference” awards and its “Most Influential Women” awards. The reception, held in Manhattan, drew retailer and supplier executives from across the country. MMR recognized mass retail’s most influential women in its June 19 issue and the “People Who Made a Difference” in its November 27 issue. Honorees who were in attendance at Tuesday nights celebration were:

MOST INFLUENTIAL WOMEN IN RETAILING

—Erin Condon, Vice President of Front-Store and Omnichannel Marketing, CVS Health

—Michele Driscoll, Vice President of Price and Value, CVS Health

—Andrea Harrison, Vice President of Merchandising for Beauty and Personal Care, CVS Health

—Stacey Johnson, Senior Vice President of Government Relations and Corporate Compliance, Hy-Vee

—Michelle LeBlanc, Chief of Staff and Executive Director of Merchandising Analytics, CVS Health

—Karen Staniforth, Chief Pharmacy Officer, Rite Aid

—Anna Stoermer, Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, Hy-Vee

—Lisa Stowater, Senior Vice President of Distribution (Cherokee), Hy-Vee

—Donna Tweeten, President, Hy-Vee

—Ginny Ward, Regional Vice President (Omaha), Hy-Vee

PEOPLE WHO MADE A DIFFERENCE

—Justin Honmaman, Head of Worldwide Retail and Consumer Goods Go-to-Market, Amazon Web Services

—Dain Rusk, Vice President of Pharmacy, Publix

—Katie Scanlon, Senior Director of Pharmacy Administration,Publix

—Jake White, Vice President of Health and Wellness, CVS Health

—Lael Wilder, Business Development Manager for Vitamins, Diet, Nutrition and Digestive Health, H-E-B


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