Dooney & Bourke founder and chief executive officer Peter Dooney has named Rico Trevino executive vice president of the 38-year-old company.
Trevino, whose responsibilities span sales, marketing, production and operations, will report to Dooney.
“My vision is to continue to grow the Dooney & Bourke business through US wholesale and our own stores while looking for new opportunities internationally and expanding the brand into additional product categories,” Trevino said.
Prior to this post, Trevino held positions at Steve Madden Handbags and Accessories, Li & Fung and spent 12 years at Macy’s East/Federated Department Stores.
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