Ralph Lauren Made Some Changes to its Digital Team Leadership

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Fashion giant Ralph Lauren is making some changes to its digital leadership team that will take effect on April 1st.

The company’s chief digital and content officer, Alice Delahunt, will be leaving the company to pursue an opportunity of her own, effective March 31.

During her four year long tenure, Delahunt transformed Lauren’s digital platforms, spearheaded industry-leading initiatives and building teams of digital content and social media experts. She also led the RL Pride community, an employee group, as the executive sponsor.

In addition to her departure, Janet Sherlock, currently chief information officer, will assume an expanded role of chief digital and technology officer.

Sherlock remains on the executive leadership team and in her expanded role,she will take on responsibility for the company’s consumer-facing digital strategy, platforms and work streams. She will continue to report to chief operating officer and chief financial offer Jane Nielsen.

David Lauren, chief brand and innovation officer, will also expand his role to include responsibility for the company’s advertising and digital content and design teams. He continues to report to Patrice Louvet, president and chief executive officer of Ralph Lauren.

Iris Langlois-Meurinne will additionally expand her role to become global chief marketing officer, and will join the executive team and report to David Lauren.

Further, Amy Jaffe will expand her role as head of global innovation and branding, in addition to her role as chief of staff to David Lauren. Jaffe will lead the company’s innovation and new business efforts.

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