Misty Alexander, Regency’s Director of Strategy and Innovation, was recently recognized as one of the top women in retail technology by Chain Store Age. Now in its seventh year, the Top Women in Retail Tech program celebrates women who are helping to transform the retail industry — and position their companies for success — through the use of technology.
The nation’s leading provider of retail news and analysis for retail headquarters executives across all sectors of the industry, Chain Store Age reports on and analyzes trends and strategies in all areas of store operations and store development, including technology, marketing, human resources, finance, store design & construction, facilities management and real estate.
Women wear a lot of hats,” said Misty Alexander, Director, Strategy and Innovation. “Having the autonomy to be successful wearing each of them empowers us to bring our best, and embracing a hybrid work model in sync with corporate culture is critical to support this. I’m grateful for this recognition from Chain Store Age, and proud to represent Regency Centers with this award.
The Top Women in Tech Awards event, which was presented virtually this year, included a panel discussion featuring Walmart’s Cynthia Kleinbaum, At Home’s Ashley Sheetz, and Hally Pinaud, head of product marketing at Podium.
Our honorees are leaders in every sense of the word,” said Marianne Wilson, editor-in-chief at Chain Store Age. “In addition to keeping their companies at the forefront of innovation, they are helping to advance the presence of women in senior decision-making positions across the industry.
Click here for more information about the event, and learn more about Regency’s commitment to corporate responsibility here.