Walgreens hires former Calvin Klein global CMO Linh Peters as its marketing chief. Before joining Calvin Klein, Peters was vice president of loyalty, partnerships and licensed stores product and marketing at Starbucks. In her new post, she will oversee the vision, strategic direction and performance of Walgreens marketing activities, including marketing collaboration, brand design, brand positioning and marketing plan execution, as the chain expands into the healthcare business. It plans to open doctors’ offices in 600 or more of its locations by 2025, according to the Wall Street Journal. Walgreens president of retail products Tracey Brown said that Peters’ familiarity with membership programs will be a pivotal part of her job.
Blink Charging Co., which produces electric vehicle charging equipment, hires Vitalie Stelea as vice president of investor relations. Stelea joins the company from Ford, where he was associate director, investor relations. He previously held positions at American Axle and Manufacturing, Compuware Corporation and PricewaterhouseCoopers. At Blink, Stelea will be responsible for leading investor relations strategy and communications. Blink CFO Michael Rama said that Stelea’s “extensive experience in both investor relations and within the automotive industry will prove invaluable as we continue to grow our business.”
CyberArk, which provides identity security services, appoints Simon Mouyal as chief marketing officer. Mouyal was most recently CMO at athenahealth, which specialized in network-enabled software and services for medical groups and health systems. He has also serves as CMO at Medidata Solutions and vice president, global marketing at Rackspace. In his new post, Mouyal will be responsible for overseeing global marketing strategy and execution. “Simon joins CyberArk as an experienced, innovative marketing leader with a proven track record for creating strategy and programs that accelerate demand and building out operationally and digitally-advanced marketing organizations at scale,” said CyberArk founder, chairman and CEO Udi Mokady.