Angie Rieger, Senior VP of Planning/Head of International for Land’s End, will speak on "From Sailing Equipment to Cashmere" for the 2020 MBA Industry Leader Seminar Series.

Sponsored by the Batterman School of Business MBA program, the Industry Leaders Seminar Series brings industry experts to campus to speak on a variety of business leadership topics. Experts share real-world examples and case studies to support their insights.

—REGISTRATION—

This event is free and open to CUW community and the public. Reservations are appreciated. Check back for registration details.

—LOCATION—

All seminars will take place in the Pharmacy Building Lecture Hall (Room 008).

—SCHEDULE—

  • Networking | 5:15-6 p.m.
  • Lecture | 6-7 p.m.
  • Q&A | 7-7:30 p.m.

—ABOUT THE SPEAKER—

Rieger is the Senior Vice President of International for Lands’ End, Inc. With more than 25 years of experience in the retail industry, Angie Rieger brings a wealth of knowledge in planning and inventory management to her role.

As a seasoned executive and strategic leader with a strong understanding of Lands’ End business and its customer’s behaviors, Rieger is responsible for leading the effort to stabilize both the Europe and Japan businesses markets.

Angie is a strategic global leader who consistently leads with integrity to drive positive business results, leveraging analytics and insights to make effective decisions in support of business goals.

A Lands’ End veteran of more than 20 years, Angie has held various progressive positions throughout the organization. Prior to returning to Lands’ End in 2010, Angie served as the merchandise manager at The Douglas Stewart Company where she was responsible for the development and execution of merchandising strategies, assortment plans, financial plans, inventory management and delivering on financial objectives.

In her free time, Angie enjoys attending her sons’ sporting events, spending time with friends and running. An avid marathoner, Angie completes two to three marathons each year as she strives to accomplish her goal of running marathons in all 50 states. To date, Angie has completed 32 marathons in 22 states.