ATLANTA – Lease-to-own specialist The Aaron’s Company, Inc. has named three new board members whose terms begin on May 3. They include:
Laura N. Bailey will serve on the audit committee and on the nominating and corporate governance committee.
Bailey held a number of senior management positions at Capital One Financial Corp. from 2006 until her retirement this month. She most recently was corporate senior vice president, Community Impact and Investment. Before that, she was corporate senior vice president, Community Finance and Community Affairs.
She also previously held senior management positions at Bank of America Corp., JP Morgan Chase & Co. and Bank United Corporation.
Timothy A. Johnson will serve on the audit committee and the compensation committee.
Johnson held various positions at Big Lots Inc. from 2000 until his retirement in 2019. Most recently he was executive vice president, chief financial officer and chief administrative officer. Before that he was senior vice president and chief financial officer, senior vice president, finance, vice president, strategic planning and investor relations and director, strategic planning.
Before joining Big Lots, he was director, financial reporting for Limited Brands and before that was a senior audit associate with Coopers and Lybrand.
Marvonia P. Moore will serve on the compensation committee and the nominating and corporate governance committee.
Moore held a number of senior management positions at AT&T during her 37-year career until her retirement this month. She was most recently vice president and general manager for the AT&T portfolio in Georgia and South Carolina. Before that she was AVP for market development, region vice president at AT&T Mobility LLC and vice president, AT&T customer care.
In brief periods between AT&T assignments, she was a managing partner for a consulting practice and region vice president for W.W. Grainger Inc.
Board Chairman John Robinson said these individuals each have strong backgrounds that “will be excellent additions to the board as it carries out its oversight responsibilities. We welcome them as we continue to move Aaron’s forward and deliver on our mission of enhancing people’s lives by providing easy access to great products through affordable lease-to-own options.”
“Our board regularly evaluates its composition to ensure it includes the appropriate skills, experience and perspectives necessary to drive growth and oversee the business,” Robinson added. “The addition of these three directors complements our Board of Directors’ skills and experiences and we are confident they will provide valuable perspectives.”