Four New Members Join NRF Foundation Board

WASHINGTON – The NRF Foundation today announced four new additions to its Board of Directors. The new members were elected during the organization’s summer board meeting in New York City.  

“We are honored to welcome this outstanding group of individuals to the NRF Foundation board. These leaders represent a wide range of roles across our dynamic industry, and exemplify the successful career paths that retail can offer,” NRF Foundation Executive Director Adam Lukoskie said. “We are grateful for their expertise as we continue to strengthen the NRF Foundation’s impact on future industry leaders.” 

The new board members are: 

  • Ronald Brown, vice president of community impact, Target  

  • Tonya Hallett, vice president of people experience and technology, Amazon   

  • Megan Marr, LIM college graduate and 2023 NRF Foundation Next Generation top recipient 

  • Penelope Sur, vice president of talent, DICK'S Sporting Goods 

The NRF Foundation Board of Directors is chaired by Tony Spring, president of Macy’s, Inc. and chairman and CEO of Bloomingdale’s.  

About NRF Foundation 
The NRF Foundation provides the skills and resources needed for life-changing careers. As NRF's nonprofit 501(c)(3), we connect people to an industry that’s a great place to start and a great place to grow. Together, we help people build better lives and stronger communities. 

About NRF 
The National Retail Federation passionately advocates for the people, brands, policies, and ideas that help retail succeed. From its headquarters in Washington, D.C., NRF empowers the industry that powers the economy. Retail is the nation’s largest private-sector employer, contributing $3.9 trillion to annual GDP and supporting one in four U.S. jobs — 52 million working Americans. For over a century, NRF has been a voice for every retailer and every retail job, educating, inspiring, and communicating the powerful impact retail has on local communities and global economies.