Before Lord & Taylor, LeFebvre worked at Stitch Fix, where she was focused on data science and personalization and was vice president over women’s. Before that, she was at Macy’s Inc., where she was instrumental in launching the Backstage off-price concept that Macy’s continues to roll out inside its stores.

LeFebvre started her career at Lord & Taylor in 1999 in the executive training program and eventually rose to divisional merchandise manager. She went on to hold senior roles at T.J. Maxx, as a divisional merchandise manager, and Daffy’s, where she was chief merchant and helped wind down the off-price chain.

Industry sources characterized LeFebvre as “a change agent” and cited her strong experience leading digitally focused strategies.

While at L&T, LeFebvre oversaw a partnership with walmart.com that was started in an effort to lift L&T’s online business. She also oversaw some renovations as well as store closings.