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Terry J. Lundgren - Former Executive Chairman, Chairman of the Board and CEO of Macy’s, Inc.

Independent Director since:

Other Public Company Boards:
Macy’s, Inc. (2003 to 2018)

Compensation & Leadership Development (Chair), Innovation & Technology

Age as of Most Recent Nomination:

Terry J. Lundgren

Former Executive Chairman, Chairman of the Board and CEO of
Macy’s, Inc.

Mr. Lundgren is a former Operating Partner of Long-Term Private Capital (BlackRock private equity fund) and the former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Macy’s, Inc. (national retailer that includes Macy’s, Bloomingdale’s, and Blue Mercury, and operates one of the largest online retail businesses in the U.S.), a position he held from 2003 to 2017.

Mr. Lundgren then served as Executive Chairman and Chairman of the Board of Macy’s, Inc. from 2017 to 2018. From 2003 to 2014, he also held the title of President of the company. Earlier in his career, Mr. Lundgren was Chairman and CEO of Neiman Marcus, and he served on the Board of Kraft Foods, Inc. from 2012 to 2015 and the Board of the New York Federal Reserve Bank from 2011 to 2017.

He has also been engaged in numerous civic efforts, including as former Co-Chairman for the Partnership for New York City.


Mr. Lundgren has extensive Marketing experience, including merchandising, digital and in-store execution, as well as Leadership, Strategy, and Risk Management experience, which he garnered from over 35 years working in the retail Consumer Industry, including 20 combined years as CEO of Neiman Marcus and subsequently Federated Department Stores, which was later named Macy’s, Inc.

This experience enables him to contribute his deep knowledge of the evolving consumer and Retail landscape, plus his broad experience with dynamic marketing practices, including digital marketing, to the Board. In addition, during his tenure at Macy’s Inc., Mr. Lundgren managed the company’s sustainability committee, which focused on early adoption of solar energy and strategies for carbon-footprint reduction through transportation efficiency. He also oversaw the creation and development of “The Workshop,” a program that helped launch numerous diverse-, women-, LGBTQ- and veteran-owned small businesses and has served as an important aspect of Macy’s strategic plan for supplier diversity for more than a decade.

Further, as long-standing Chair of the Company’s Compensation & Leadership Development Committee and through his service on multiple public-company boards during his career, Mr. Lundgren also brings valued Corporate Governance experience, particularly as it relates to policies and practices for executive compensation.