New Albany, Ohio -- Abercrombie & Fitch has reorganized its Diversity & Inclusion structure. Todd Corley, who has led the efforts since 2004, is leaving to launch the TAPO Institute, which will focus on inclusive leadership based on “principles of transparency, authenticity, persistence, and optimism,” Abercrombie said.
Assuming responsibility for oversight of Diversity & Inclusion is Amy Zehrer, the company’s executive VP of stores. She will assume responsibility for all home office efforts and the company’s approximately 100,000 global store associates.
"As chief diversity officer, Todd Corley created and implemented a transformational framework for our D&I efforts and we are thankful for everything he has contributed over his ten years with A&F," said Amy Zehrer. "We will further enhance the great work that has already been completed under Todd’s leadership, such as our stores going from less than ten percent non-white associates to over 50% today.”