Levi’s appoints supply chain’s Collier to lead Dockers

30 July 2013

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31 July 2013 | Adam Leach

Levi Strauss has promoted Lisa Collier to president of the clothing manufacturer’s Dockers brand from her role as senior vice president of product development, global supply chain.

Collier, who will take over from Seth Ellison following his appointment as executive vice president of Levi’s & Co, will be responsible for leading the strategic direction, marketing and product development at the brand. She has worked in the apparel industry for 30 years and has previously held responsibility for merchandising and licensing at Dockers.

Chip Bergh, president and chief executive at Levi’s & Co, said: “I have been impressed with Lisa’s passion for the Dockers brand and her ability to make things happen. She is most deserving of this promotion and her background in merchandising, general management and supply chain makes her the perfect leader to take Dockers to the next level.”

In her new role, Collier will serve on the company’s worldwide leadership team, along with David Love, the company’s chief supply chain officer.

Before joining Levi Strauss, Collier held roles in sourcing and buying at Tarrant Apparel Group and The Limited.

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