WOONSOCKET, R.I. — CVS Pharmacy has expanded the responsibilities of Judy Sansone, the chain’s senior vice president of front-store business and chief merchant.
In addition, George Coleman has been promoted to senior vice president of merchandising, reporting to Sansone. He had been vice president of merchandising for consumer health care.
Sansone’s team will be responsible for CVS’ new health hub pilot stores, expanded health services, and new formats and partnerships. The team will work alongside and in support of enterprise transformation initiatives being led by executive vice president Alan Lotvin.
Coleman joined CVS in 2012 to lead the store brands business and has led the health care portfolio since 2014. In his new role, he will oversee all front-store categories including general merchandise, edibles, beauty and personal care, store brands, and health care.
Sansone, who joined CVS more than three decades ago, became a senior vice president and chief merchant in 2011. She started her career as a part-time cashier.