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Stacey Tank is a 20+ year Fortune 500 veteran and currently Chief Executive Officer for Bespoke Beauty Brands (BBB), owner of high-growth affordable luxury cosmetics brands Jason Wu Beauty and Kim Chi Chic, which can be found at retailers like Target, Macy's and CVS as well as on Amazon, TikTok and beyond.
Prior to this role, Tank was based in Amsterdam in the role of Chief Transformation Officer for HEINEKEN (AMS: HEIA) with €29 billion in annual revenues and over 100,000 global employees. As a direct report to the CEO and member of the executive committee, Tank shepherded the company's growth strategy, "EverGreen," to ensure the organization adapted amidst a rapidly changing environment. Tank established a transformation function in 80+ countries to support EverGreen operationalization including a focus on top quartile growth and multi-billion euro cost out. In addition, Tank was responsible for the company's sustainability strategy, Brew a Better World 2030, including its net zero carbon commitment.
Tank formerly led the multi-billion dollar Home Depot Installation Services and Home Depot Measurement Services businesses for The Home Depot (NYSE: HD), the world’s largest home improvement retailer with $157 billion in sales and 500,000 employees. During her tenure, Tank led the exit of four unprofitable lines of business and quickly returned the remaining businesses to double-digit growth while instilling a strong values-based culture and robust innovation pipeline.
Dedicated to the intersection of business and positive impact on society, Tank has repeatedly authored large-scale movements across enterprises like General Electric, HEINEKEN and The Home Depot including launching a quarter-of-a-billion-dollar commitment to veteran housing and a $50 million shop class program that is infusing 20,000 skilled tradespeople into the US economy.
Before joining The Home Depot, Tank was a Senior Vice President for HEINEKEN USA (AMS: HEIA), the leading importer of upscale beers in the US. Tank reported to then-CEO Dolf van den Brink and as part of the company’s management team, navigated a difficult and successful turnaround period.
Previously, from 2002 to 2011, Tank worked at General Electric (NYSE: GE), where she held a variety of global finance, audit, communications and marketing roles across GE Healthcare, NBC Universal, GE Capital, GE Energy, GE Aviation and GE Corporate (including GE’s Communications Leadership Development Program and Corporate Audit Staff) in countries including Mexico, Brazil, Germany, the UK, France, Canada and the US.
Tank is the founder of Our Happy Place (OurHappy.org), a 501(c)3 non-profit serving children, educators and families navigating childhood mental wellness. She also sits on the board, audit and ESG committees for Interior Logic Group, the leading US installer of interior finishes for new home construction.
Tank previously sat on the boards of the Heineken Africa Foundation, American Chamber of Commerce in the Netherlands, Woodruff Arts Center (nominating and governance chair), Serenbe Playhouse, Ad Council, Home Depot Foundation (former president), Homer Fund, Bright Pink (executive board), Academy for Systems Change (finance committee), Arthur W. Page Society (digital committee), Westchester Business Council, Beer Institute, Institute for Public Relations and Subrosa (sold in late 2017). She is the former vice chairwoman of the National Association of Beverage Importers and the former chairwoman of the Heineken Good Government Fund.
Tank is a 2020 World Economic Forum Young Global Leader (YGL), a 2019 Henry Crown Fellow at the Aspen Institute and a 2014 Academy for Systems Change Fellow.
She graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in television-radio-film from the Newhouse School and also a business degree from the School of Management at Syracuse University where she was recognized as a University Scholar, the university’s highest academic honor. Tank is married with three sons, two human and one canine.