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Helena Foulkes

Helena Foulkes is the former CEO of the Hudson’s Bay Company (HBC), a retail conglomerate, which she led through significant transformation and to a successful privatization in March 2020.  Prior to joining HBC, she spent 25 years at CVS Health, most recently as President of CVS Pharmacy and as Executive Vice President of CVS Health. She led both the strategic vision and the operations for all aspects of the company’s retail business and was a principal architect of the company’s move to becoming a recognized leader in the healthcare industry, including its exit from the tobacco business.   She graduated from Harvard College with an A.B. in Economics, received an MBA from the Harvard Business School, and serves as a director at Home Depot and on the Harvard University Board of Overseers.

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