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Destination Maternity hires David Stern as CFO
02
Aug '16
Destination Maternity Corporation, US-based leading maternity apparel retailer, has appointed David Stern as the new executive vice president and chief financial officer.

In this position, Stern will oversee the finance and accounting, real estate, loss prevention and procurement areas of the Company, reporting to Anthony M. Romano, chief executive officer and president.

Anthony M. Romano said, “I am pleased to have David join our team at Destination Maternity. He is a talented executive with broad retail experience and a proven track record in optimising and growing retail locations and unlocking operational efficiencies across functional areas. Importantly, David has a strong cultural alignment with our leadership group and this, combined with his background and experience make him a perfect addition to our executive team. We look forward to his many positive contributions to our long term success.”

David Stern said, “I am excited to join Destination Maternity as chief financial officer. I am impressed with the Company's leadership position in the maternity market and look forward to working together with the talented members of the leadership team in executing the strategy that will drive long term profitable growth.”

Stern currently serves on the Boards of Beck Suppliers, Inc., and Camp Ockanickon, a not-for-profit camp for children. He is a Certified Public Accountant, earned a BS degree in accounting from the University of Maryland, and an MBA from Wake Forest University. (GK)

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