Tuesday Morning has made several changes to its executive management team, which includes the resignation of Melissa Phillips, who served as the company’s president/chief operating officer.
Within its merchandising and supply chain teams, Tuesday Morning has promoted Belinda Byrd-Rohleder to senior vice president, general merchandising manager, reporting to Steven Becker, Tuesday Morning’s chief executive officer. Rohleder will assume responsibility for all merchandise purchasing. In addition, the field organization has been consolidated to four regions from five regions previously in an effort to drive operational efficiencies and cost savings.
Also, Trent Taylor, currently serving as chief information officer, has been promoted to chief information and supply chain officer, with additional responsibility for the supply chain function. The company said a “highly experienced” svp/supply chain is joining the organization, and will report directly to Taylor.
“The appointments we have announced today will bring enhanced focus, discipline and accountability within our organization,” said Steven Becker, who is assuming the title of president following Phillips’ departure. “Each of these individuals will be critical to our success moving forward, and we are confident that their industry and functional experience will be instrumental as we continue to focus on long-term, sustainable growth.”