US: Levi Strauss promotes Rohosy as Dockers president
Levi Strauss & Co has promoted Anne Rohosy as executive vice president and president of its global Dockers brand, tasking her with all product, marketing and business operations.
She reports to Levi Strauss president and CEO John Anderson, and moves into the role after two years as a senior vice president, overseeing Levi's brand commercial wholesale operations in the Americas. Prior to joining the San Francisco based company she spent 15 years with Nike.
"With more than 20 years of US and international retail experience, Anne has the leadership and strategic expertise to drive Dockers forward and continue the brand's momentum in revitalising the khaki category," Anderson said.
"Anne is well-known in the retail industry for her strong business sense and tremendous relationships with retailers, making her the ideal choice to lead the Dockers brand during this exciting time."
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