News: Levi Strauss & Co announces new CHRO


Levi Strauss & Co announces new CHRO

The new Senior Vice President and CHRO will join the company from April 20, 2020.
Levi Strauss & Co announces new CHRO

Levi Strauss & Co has announced the appointment of Tracy Layney as Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer of the company. She will join the company on April 20, 2020. 

Layney brings over 20 years of experience in human resources and organization strategy, including deep experience in apparel and retail. Most recently, Layney was Senior Vice President and CHRO at Shutterfly, Inc. where she was responsible for recruiting, employee engagement, talent management, compensation and benefits, HR technology, corporate communications and the Shutterfly Foundation. 

Earlier in her career, Layney worked at LS&Co. as a Senior Organization Readiness Manager supporting a global reengineering project. 

“Tracy is the right leader to help us continue to build an engaged, inclusive, and high-performing culture at Levi Strauss & Co.,” said Chip Bergh, Levi Strauss & Co. President and CEO.

He added, “She understands the unique needs of a retail organization and leads with her values. We are excited to welcome her back to LS&Co.” Prior to her time at Shutterfly, Layney held numerous senior leadership roles at Gap Inc., including Senior Vice President, HR for Old Navy and VP, Gap Inc. Global HR Strategy, Technology, and Operations. During her 10 years at Gap, Inc. Layney provided strategic leadership, and introduced innovative, holistic solutions to the company’s strategy, technology, operations, and talent management challenges.

Sharing about her new stint with Levis, Layney said, “I have long admired LS&Co.’s strong brand and values-driven culture.”  She sees tremendous opportunity in the HR team to continue to advance LS&Co. as a destination for top talent and great place to work. Layney holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from the University of Pennsylvania. 



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