Chief Strategy Officer, Treasurer
Dana Perlman is Chief Strategy Officer and Treasurer at PVH. Dana is responsible for leading global business strategy and development, playing a key role in helping to create, activate and articulate PVH’s go forward strategy and ultimately driving progress and support to achieve its targets. Her focus is on how our brands and the company will engage and connect with the consumer, drive brand relevance, take profitable market share, build further strength in our platform capabilities, and create value in a systematic repeatable way. She is also responsible for leading the company’s efforts around strategic activity including, mergers and acquisitions and strategic partnerships.
Dana is also responsible for the Treasurer and Investor Relations functions supporting the strategic financial flexibility of the company and articulating and communicating PVH’s growth story to the investment community.
Dana joined PVH in March 2011 and was a critical partner in helping to structure and execute against the Warnaco acquisition among other strategic transactions, including the buybacks of key joint venture and licensed partners from China to Australia and the sales of the Bass, Speedo and Heritage Brands businesses.
Previously, Dana held several positions at Barclays Capital, including Director of the Retail Investment Banking Department. Prior to Barclays, Dana held positions with Lehman Brothers and Credit Suisse First Boston.
Dana currently sits on the Board of Directors at O’Reilly Automotive and chairs the Corporate Governance and Nominating Committee. She is also active in the Women’s Executive Circle, part of the UJA Federation New York. In 2018, she was recognized by WomenInc. on the 2018 Most Influential Corporate Board Directors list and by Equilar on the list of 50 Youngest U.S. Public Company Board members alongside Chelsea Clinton and Mark Zuckerberg.
Passionate about giving back to the community, Dana set up the Dee Dee and Michael Perlman Caregivers Fund, in memory of her parents, to support programming in the Detroit community that provides respite for family caregivers of a loved one living with dementia.