USA: Sourcing Specialist Engebretson Moves To Delia's Corp
Mr Engebretson was most recently vice president of garment production for Victoria's Secret Direct, where he was responsible for all areas of the product development and manufacturing cycle. Prior to that, he was vice president of sourcing and production for Liz Claiborne's Collection Division.
Mr Engebretson replaces Susan Targas, who left the company to pursue other opportunities. His appointment is effective immediately, and he reports to Andrea Weiss, president.
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