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Latriece Watkins

Live Nation Entertainment elects Latriece Watkins to board

Live Nation Entertainment elects Latriece Watkins to board

LOS ANGELES — Live Nation Entertainment announced Tuesday the election of Latriece Watkins to its board of directors. With over two decades of experience at the nation’s largest retailer, Watkins currently serves as executive vice president of Walmart’s U.S. consumables division where she leads all merchandising strategies for the company’s baby, beauty, household chemicals, household

WE panel examines diversity in retail, CPG industries

WE panel examines diversity in retail, CPG industries

NEW YORK — The killing of George Floyd by police in Minneapolis has sparked a national conversation on racial injustice and economic inequality that could provide an opportunity for real change, including in corporate America. “This awakening light has had all of us across corporate America having this conversation,” Walgreens Boots Alliance executive vice president

WE panel looks at developing African-American talent in our industry

WE panel looks at developing African-American talent in our industry

  NEW YORK — Earlier this week, the “WE Move Forward” panel series discussed strategies to develop more African-American talent and growth in the retail and consumer packaged goods industries. Above is the video of the event. Panelists were Kathleen Wilson-Thompson, Walgreens Boots Alliance executive vice president and global chief human resources officer; Latriece Watkins,

Marybeth Hays leaving Walmart

Marybeth Hays leaving Walmart

BENTONVILLE, Ark. — Marybeth Hays, one of  Walmart’s highest-ranking female executives, will be leaving the company in January 2019.  Hays, who had served as executive vice president of consumables and health and wellness for just over a year, will leave the company early next year, according to an internal memo sent Friday from U.S. chief