Keri Jones is Target Corporation's executive vice president of merchandise planning and operations. In this role, Keri is responsible for strategy development and execution in the following areas: merchandise planning, merchandise process and system development, merchandise presentation, merchandise operations and target sourcing services. She is also the executive sponsor of Target's efforts to transform its supply chain.
Keri is a 25-year Target veteran. Prior to her current role, Keri held a variety of positions across the company: senior vice president of merchandise planning, senior vice president of health and beauty, vice president of toys and sporting goods, and several buying roles in the apparel business.
Keri led Target's LGBTA Business Council from 2010 to 2014 and was recognized in 2011 as a "Diverse Corporate Executive of the Year" by Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal. She has also served on multiple boards, including Board of Directors of the National Association of Chain Drug Stores, Board of Directors for Sabathani Community Center and Board of Directors for Chrysalis.
Keri earned a bachelor of science degree from the University of Wisconsin-Stout.