Sprouts Farmers Market hires Nancy LaMons as chief human resources officer

PRESS RELEASE

Sprouts Farmers Market has named Nancy LaMons its chief human resources officer. LaMons will be responsible for leading the Phoenix, Ariz.-based grocer's human resources and organizational development efforts.

LaMons brings to Sprouts a strong background in the retail, consumer packaged goods and restaurant sectors, most recently as chief people officer at the Fiesta Restaurant Group. Previously, LaMons held senior positions at JC Penney and PepsiCo. LaMons holds a bachelor's degree in finance, an MBA with an emphasis on human resources, labor and industrial relations and an Ed.M. with an emphasis in organization and leadership development.

"We are thrilled to welcome Nancy to the Sprouts team and to our unique, values-driven culture," said President and CEO Doug Sanders. "Nancy's experience leading a diverse team-member base will be extremely valuable to Sprouts as we continue to grow, and I have no doubt she'll help us achieve our vision to employ the best people and deliver the best service in retail."

Sprouts Farmers Market employs more than 15,000 people and currently operates more than 170 stores in nine states.

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