Lowe’s Cos. is promoting general merchandising leader Margi Vagell to executive vice president, supply chain.
Vagell (pictured above) will succeed Don Frieson, who has been executive vice president, supply chain since 2018 and is set to retire April 1, according to Lowe’s.
Vagell has served as senior vice president, general merchandising manager for more than half the company’s merchandising departments since 2019. She is vice chair of the Lowe’s Foundation.
“(Vagell) has extensive home improvement experience and, as a general merchandising manager, has partnered closely with our supply chain teams to develop our market delivery network, outline our omnichannel capabilities and ensure products are available at the right times in the right places for our customers,” said Marvin Ellison, Lowe’s chairman and CEO. “(Bagel) is inheriting a very tenured supply chain team with deep subject matter expertise, and she will bring an enhanced strategic acumen and inventory management expertise to our supply chain function.”