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People: Best Buy Co Inc (BBY.N)

BBY.N on New York Stock Exchange

17 Feb 2017
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Caputo, Lisa 

Ms. Lisa M. Caputo is an Independent Director of Best BUY Co Inc. She is an Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing and Communications Officer of The Travelers Companies, Inc., a property casualty insurer (2011-present); Managing Director and Senior Banker of the Public Sector Group of the Institutional Clients Group of Citigroup, Inc., a financial services company (2010-2011); Global Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Vice President of Citigroup, Inc. (2007-2010); Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Citi’s Women & Co., a membership service that provides financial education and services for women (2000-2011). Ms. Caputo’s position as Executive Vice President of Marketing and Communications of The Travelers Companies makes her critical to Best Buy’s efforts to broaden its brand, rejuvenate the customer experience and transform its marketing efforts from analog and mass to digital and personal. She also spent 11 years at Citigroup, advising three chief executive officers on topics from marketing and communications to government affairs and community relations. Ms. Caputo has an exceptional track record of enhancing corporate social responsibility and employee engagement, key components of Best Buy’s Renew Blue initiative. She has also been a senior executive at the Walt Disney Company and at the CBS Corporation, and spent more than a decade in the public sector, serving as Deputy Assistant to President Bill Clinton and Press Secretary to First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton. Ms. Caputo’s diverse public/private background lends an important voice to the Board deliberations, particularly those that involve the Company’s efforts to communicate with customers. Ms. Caputo holds degrees from Brown University and Northwestern University.

Basic Compensation

Total Annual Compensation, USD 80,000
Restricted Stock Awards, USD 180,293
Long-Term Incentive Plans, USD --
All Other, USD --
Fiscal Year Total, USD 260,293

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