List of notable or famous Sears Holdings Corporation employees, listed alphabetically with photos when available. This list is a directory of the best Sears Holdings Corporation employees, showcasing only the most prominent Sears Holdings Corporation employees of all time. This list features past and present top Sears Holdings Corporation managers, including both current and retired Sears Holdings Corporation executives and alumni. Well-known Sears Holdings Corporation staff along with current and former Sears Holdings Corporation employees were and still are crucial to the company's success, as without these hard working men and women Sears Holdings Corporation would never be what it is today.
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Alan J. Lacy was the last Chairman and CEO of Sears, Roebuck and Company, which was acquired by Kmart in 2005, at which point he became Vice Chairman of that organization. ...moresee more on Alan J. Lacy
Allen R. Ravas
Allen R. Ravas has been Senior Vice President, Finance of Sears Holdings Corporation (Formerly Kmart Holding Corp.) since November 2005 and has held several management positions since 1997. ...more
Aylwin B. Lewis is a businessman. He is formerly the interim Chief Executive Officer and President of Sears Holdings Corporation and currently the Chairman, CEO and President of Potbelly Sandwich Works. Sears Holdings was created in connection with the merger of Kmart and Sears, which was completed on March 24, 2005. The company generates approximately $55 billion in annual revenues and includes approximately 3,900 full-line and specialty retail stores and related service businesses in the United States and Canada. Lewis joined Kmart as President and Chief Executive Officer on October 18, 2004 from Yum! Brands, where he was President, Chief Multi-Branding and Operating Officer. He was a ...moresee more on Aylwin B. Lewis
Bruce Johnson co-founded a Canadian personal income tax software company named WinTax in 1992 with fellow University of Alberta graduate Chad Frederick. Later, the company was acquired by Chipsoft, which in turn was acquired by Intuit Inc., becoming Intuit Canada. Bruce became CEO of Intuit Canada during his time with the company. He left his position as CEO in 2004, and has since ventured into several local technology start-ups. Around 2008 Johnson became involved with Baby Gourmet and helped with funding and recruiting executives for the company. ...more