Nash serves as Chair of the Board of Bath & Body Works, Inc. She served as Executive Chair of Bath & Body Works, Inc. from February 2022 to January 2023 and as the Interim Chief Executive Officer from May to November 2022. Prior to being appointed Executive Chair, she served as Chair of the Board between May 2020 and February 2022 after having joined the Board as an independent director in May 2019. Nash is also, chief executive officer and owner of privately held Novagard Solutions, an innovator and manufacturer of silicone sealants and coatings and hybrid and foam solutions for the Building Systems, Electronics, EV and Battery and Industrial and Transportation markets.
Nash spent nearly 30 years in investment banking at JPMorgan Chase & Co. (and predecessor companies), a financial services firm, retiring as Vice Chairman of Global Investment Banking in July 2005. She served on the board of directors of Knoll, Inc., a designer and manufacturer of lifestyle and workplace furnishing, textiles and fine leathers, from 2006 through its acquisition by Herman Miller, Inc. in 2021 and privately held Irving Oil Company through March 2022.
Nash currently serves on the boards of directors of Blackbaud, Inc., a software company providing technology solutions for the not-for-profit industry, and privately held HBD Industries, Inc., a manufacturer and supplier of general purpose and application-engineered industrial products. Nash is Trustee of the New York-Presbyterian Hospital, a member of the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (STRI), Panama and the Chair of the International Advisory Board of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. She also served as a member of the National Board of the Smithsonian Institution through 2022. Nash holds a BA in political science from Vassar College.
Patricia Bellinger retired as chief of staff to the president of Harvard University in June 2023. Prior to that role, she served in several leadership roles at Harvard including adjunct lecturer and senior fellow at Harvard Kennedy School (HKS), executive director at the Center for Public Leadership at HKS, and executive director of Executive Education at Harvard Business School.
Prior to Harvard, Bellinger led the global diversity and inclusion transformation at energy conglomerate British Petroleum (BP), where she served as BP’s first group vice president of global diversity and inclusion. Under her leadership, BP won the coveted Catalyst Award for the advancement of women and progress in global diversity. She subsequently served as BP’s group vice president of executive development and led the BP Leadership Academy as its first director. Bellinger has served on numerous public and private company boards, and currently serves on the boards of Safran, Sonepar, Bath and Body Works, the Academy of Motion Pictures Museum, and the Smithsonian National Board. She also devotes considerable time to the nonprofit sector with a focus on youth development and equitable access to higher education.
Bogliolo, born in Italy, is the Chair and Board Director of Audemars Piguet, a Swiss manufacturer of luxury mechanical watches and clocks, headquartered in Le Brassus, Switzerland. Previously, he was the Chief Executive Officer and director of Tiffany & Co. (“Tiffany”), a luxury jewelry and specialty retailer, serving in such role from October 2017 through the acquisition of Tiffany by LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton SE (“LVHM”) in January 2021. Prior to joining Tiffany, Bogliolo served as Chief Executive Officer and director of Diesel SpA, an international fashion brand that is part of the OTB Group, from 2013 to 2017, and in senior roles with LVMH from 2011 to 2013, including as Chief Operating Officer, North America, for Sephora USA and Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Bulgari.
Lee served as President, Warner Music Artist and Fan Experiences at Warner Music Group Corp. ("Warner Music Group"), a publicly traded music entertainment company, from June 2021 to June 2023, where she led an in-house creative agency for the Warner Recorded Music roster as well as for third-party musical artists. Prior to joining Warner Music Group, Lee was the Chief Fan Officer for the National Basketball Association, Inc. (the "NBA") from March 2020 through May 2021, where she oversaw brand, creative and multiplatform fan marketing globally and was charged with elevating brand perceptions, cultural connection and fan engagement. Prior to joining the NBA in 2020, Lee served for four years as Global Vice President, Partner Solutions at Spotify Technology S.A., where she was responsible for developing go-to-market strategy and growing global revenue across music, podcasts and high-impact digital experiences. Prior to Spotify, Lee served as Global Vice President, Commercial Marketing at Vevo LLC. She also spent seven years at AT&T Inc. and served as Vice President of Product Marketing and Innovation for AT&T AdWorks after beginning her career at Showtime Networks Inc.
Rajlin, born in Argentina, has served as the Treasurer of Alphabet Inc. (“Alphabet”), a multinational technology company, and its subsidiary Google LLC (“Google”) since October 2018. In Rajlin’s role with Alphabet, he oversees over $100 billion of investments, corporate finance policy and financial risk management. He is also a key executive overseeing Google's sustainability strategy and diversity, equity and inclusion work. Prior to joining Alphabet, Rajlin served as Corporate Treasurer and Chief Risk Officer from February 2013 through September 2017 and as Chief Financial Officer, Products and Services from October 2017 through September 2018, in each case at Mastercard, and held various roles with increasing levels of responsibility with General Motors Company before joining Mastercard. Rajlin holds a BS, Economics from Universidad Torcuato Di Tella in Argentina and an MBA from Columbia University.
Symancyk has served as President and Chief Executive Officer and a director of PetSmart LLC, a large specialty pet retailer, since June 2018. From 2015 to June 2018, Symancyk was the Chief Executive Officer of Academy Sports and Outdoors, Inc., a sporting goods and outdoor recreation retailer. Symancyk has over 25 years of industry experience managing complex retail organizations, including with roles of increasing responsibility with each of Academy Sports + Outdoors, Meijer and Walmart Stores. Symancyk also served on the board of directors of Chewy, Inc., an online retailer for pet products, supplies and prescriptions, from April 2019 through July 2021, and GameStop Corp., from March 2020 to June 2021.
Boswell serves as chief executive officer of Bath & Body Works Inc., having joined the business and its board of directors in December 2022.
Prior to joining Bath & Body Works, Boswell was a senior executive with Unilever where she led multibillion- dollar businesses in North America and the U.K., first in personal care and then across the portfolio including beauty, home care and food and beverage.
Boswell joined Unilever through the acquisition of Alberto Culver, where she served as president of global brands, overseeing marketing, R&D, consumer insights and packaging for numerous hair and skin care brands including TRESemmé. Earlier in her career, she served as chief operating officer of Avon North America and held senior positions at Ford Motor Company and the Estée Lauder Companies Inc.
Boswell has served on the boards of ManpowerGroup, Wolverine Worldwide, ACCO Brands and Applebee’s. In recognition of her board service, she received the 2017 Directors to Watch award from Directors & Boards and the 2018 Most Influential Corporate Directors award from Women Inc. She is also a former president of the Yale University Council and a Henry Crown Fellow of the Aspen Institute.
Boswell has been recognized as a Woman to Watch by Ad Age, Marketer of the Year and 50 Most Influential People in Beauty by Women’s Wear Daily and Top 50 2015 Brand Innovator and Achiever of the Year by Cosmetic Executive Women. In 2022, she was awarded the Yale Medal, the highest alumni award honoring outstanding individual service to the university.