Tuesday Morning Corporation has added Frank M. Hamlin, EVP of marketing at Guitar Center, and Sherry M. Smith, who most recently served as EVP and CFO of Supervalu, to its board.
Hamlin will serve on the nominating and governance committee, while Smith will serve on the audit and compensation committee.
"We welcome Frank and Sherry to the Tuesday Morning board of directors, which continues to add high-caliber, deeply experienced executives to its ranks," said Steven R. Becker, chairman of the board. "Frank's proven retail marketing expertise and Sherry's financial acumen will serve the company extraordinarily well, and we look forward to their contributions."
Hamlin's career includes more than 20 years in marketing, branding strategy and customer engagement. In his current role at Guitar Center he is responsible for the development and execution of the brand and promotional strategy. He previously served as EVP and COO of E-Miles.
Smith's tenure at Supervalu included playing a critical leadership role in finance and related functions, including acquisitions and business transformation activities. She also worked as a senior auditor for McGladrey LLP. Smith currently serves on the board of Deere & Company, where she is a member of the audit and pension plan oversight committees, and the St. Cloud State University Foundation, where she is a member of the audit and finance committee.
Based in Dallas, Texas, the leading closeout retailer operates 819 stores in 41 states.