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CVS Health Appoints Neela Montgomery As EVP And President Of CVS Pharmacy/Retail

CVS Health Corp. (CVS) said Monday it has appointed Neela Montgomery as Executive Vice President and President of CVS Pharmacy/Retail, effective November 30, 2020. Montgomery will oversee the company's 10,000 pharmacies across the U.S.

Montgomery will also become a member of the company's executive team. She will report directly to Karen Lynch, who will become President and CEO of CVS Health in February 2021.

Montgomery, currently a Board Partner at venture capital firm Greycroft, most recently served as chief executive officer of furniture retailer Crate & Barrel, and has nearly 20 years of global retail experience.

Prior to Crate & Barrel, she served as Group Executive Board Member of the Otto Group, a global retail and services group.

Before joining Otto, Montgomery served as UK General Merchandise Director at Tesco PLC, the British multinational retailer and a top 10 international retailer. She held a number of senior management positions with Tesco, including UK e-commerce director and chief merchant for Tesco Malaysia.

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