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Stitch Fix appoints Linda Aiello as chief people and culture officer

Published
Nov 15, 2021

San Francisco-based online styling service Stitch Fix, Inc. announced on Monday that it has named LVMH alum Linda Aiello as its new chief people and culture officer with immediate effect.


Linda Aiello, Stitch Fix's new chief people and culture officer - Photo: Salesforce

 
In her new role, Aiello will lead the company’s people and culture teams across the U.S. and UK. She will report to Stitch Fix CEO Elizabeth Spaulding.
 
Aiello joins Stitch Fix from customer relationship management solutions provider Salesforce, where she most recently served as EVP for employee success. In this role, she was responsible for the company’s global employee-facing HR organization and carried out her duties with a focus on international growth and expansion, M&A integration, and scaling culture and service. Aiello first joined Salesforce as VP for employee success in the EMEA (Europe, the Middle East and Africa) region in 2016.

Prior to this, the executive served as HR director for the EMEA and Asia-Pacific regions at Uber, a role which saw her lead the company’s HR function in 64 countries.
 
Aiello also boasts 15 years of experience working at luxury brands, including a six-year stint at LVMH, where she held top HR positions at Louis Vuitton and Moët Hennessy, as well as three years spent as HR manager at Jimmy Choo.
 
“I'm so thrilled Linda is joining our team to lead people and culture,” said Spaulding in a release. “As we look ahead at the opportunities for our business, our people and culture are at the center of building exceptional client experiences, and we are thrilled to have Linda bring her depth of knowledge and expertise in scaling highly innovative teams across geographies.”
 
In its fiscal year ended July 1, 2021, Stitch Fix reported a net loss of $8.9 million, or $0.08 per diluted share, on revenues of $2.1 billion. The company’s annual revenue reflected a 22.8% rise compared to the previous year. In fiscal 2022, Stitch Fix currently expects its revenues to grow approximately 15% year over year.  

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