EMC Adds BJ’s Wholesale Club CEO Laura Sen to Board
Storage and IT giant EMC added Laura J. Sen, 59, CEO of retail giant BJ’s Wholesale Club as director. Sen will be the second woman on the board, joining to Jami Miscik, president of Kissinger Associates. Sen is a 26-year veteran of BJ’s and has been its CEO since 2009.
Pandora Adds Former Yahoo! Exec Mickie Rosen to Board
Pandora elected Mickie Rosen to the company’s board of directors. In her most recent operating role, Rosen served as the SVP of Yahoo’s Global Media and Commerce division which included Yahoo’s leading media properties – Yahoo! Homepage, News, Finance, Sports, Games, Entertainment, Lifestyles, Shopping, Autos, Travel, Homes and Video – across 20 categories and platforms worldwide.
Prior to her tenure at Yahoo!, Rosen was a partner with a digital media venture capital firm, Fuse Capital, where she co-founded and incubated Tecca. Rosen was also the head of entertainment for Fox Interactive Media. Prior to this, Rosen led product development, marketing and public relations for Fandango and was an executive for The Walt Disney Company’s Corporate Alliances group.
Logitech Elects New Director
Logitech elected new director to the board recently: Sue Gove, president of Excelsior Advisors and former president and CEO of Golfsmith International.
Yelp Elects New Non-Exec Board Chair
Yelp elected current board member, Diane Irvine, to the position of non-executive board chairperson. Irvine takes over from Max Levchin, who recently stepped down from Yelp's and other boards to dedicate more time to the company he founded and leads.
Irvine previously served as an executive of Blue Nile, the leading online retailer of diamonds and fine jewelry, having joined as CFO and later serving as CEO, president and a director on the board. She has also served as CFO of Plum Creek Timber Company, a timberland management and wood products company, and was a tax partner at international accounting firm, Coopers & Lybrand.
Date Range: September 1st - October 18th