Terry is Trunk Club’s newest executive team member. He is a technology and digital veteran with experience launching and scaling companies. In addition to his role as President of Trunk Club, Terry also acts as President of Nordstromrack.com/HauteLook, Nordstrom’s online, off-price division. He joined Nordstrom when HauteLook was acquired in 2011, and in 2014 he led the design, build-out, and launch of Nordstromrack.com. Prior to Nordstrom, Terry was a senior executive at several consumer tech startups including a 3G wireless company acquired by Virgin Mobile and an Internet Service Provider (ISP) acquired by EarthLink. Terry originally hails from Boston but doesn’t eat anything from the sea. He continues to be a huge Boston sports fan and enjoys spending time with his wife and two daughters. Terry graduated from Harvard magna cum laude with a BA in Social Studies.
Kevin heads up the financial operations of Trunk Club. Prior to Trunk Club, Kevin worked in private equity at American Capital, focusing on pre-investment financial & accounting due diligence, portfolio company valuations, and portfolio monitoring. Prior to American Capital, Kevin worked in the financial advisory services practice at Deloitte & Touche. Kevin earned a BS in accounting from University of Illinois Urbana Champaign. Kevin knows Judo.
Linda is one of our newest Trunk Club team members and came to us in October 2016 to head up marketing and build the next phase of the Trunk Club Brand. Passionate about brand, customer insights, and understanding how human beings tick, Linda comes to us with experience from across industries with brands such as AT&T (formerly Ameritech), BP, GE and Cars.com. She is super pumped to be diving into the Trunk Club business and taking the brand to the next level, with customers always at the heart of every move. In Linda’s spare time, she’s still celebrating the Cubs big win this year (and will be for a long time) and spends her free time with her husband, three kids and dog, Wrigley, where there is never a dull moment!
Senior VP of Sales
Michael has built a team of stylists focused on providing a unique clothing solution for men — particularly men who have a desire to look good, but don’t have the time or energy to shop. Since starting the Trunk Club sales division in June 2010, Michael has helped grow the sales team to more than 275 full-time stylists, as well as launching a custom clothing division in 2012. Prior to Trunk Club, Michael worked in sales and sales leadership for the world’s largest manufacturer of custom-tailored goods. If he’s not at the office, Michael is looking for a golf game or spending time with his wife, Carey and sons Owen and Crosby.
VP of Product Development
Justin leads Product Development and Design for Trunk Club. He spends every day obsessing over every facet of the Trunk Club experience from our website through our internal-only tailoring systems. Previous to Trunk Club he managed the Groupon.com site as Principal of Storefront and was VP of Product at Chicago darling Centro Media. Justin has a Masters in Product Development from Northwestern and as a native Chicagoan, can inherently tell you where to find the best Old Fashioned in town. When not at work, he’s usually spending time with Elliot, his wonderful son.
VP of Engineering
Candice came to us in January of 2017 to lead the engineering team at Trunk Club. She’s been an engineer and leader in the tech industry for the last 14 years. Candice comes to us with experience across many industries and companies such as Groupon, WMS Gaming, Encyclopedia Brittanica and IBM. She’s passionate about our product and is excited to take the engineering team to the next level. Candice graduated as a CS engineer from DePaul University.
VP of Sales
Lindsey was lucky enough to be one of the first 10 to join Trunk Club’s team in Chicago, then moved to Dallas in the Fall of 2013 to run our first expansion office. Passionate about both recruiting and expansion, she has grown our TCTX team to over 50 stylists and looks forward to more than doubling that number in the coming year. Prior to Trunk Club, Lindsey graduated from the University of Michigan (GO BLUE!) to join the consulting staff at Bain & Company. She left a few years later to be a full-time Sales Director for Mary Kay before turning in her pink Cadillac for a chance to jump into menswear and help change the way gents shop forever, one trunk at a time.
Liza Lax Gordon
VP of Sales
Liza started at Trunk Club back when Stylists packed trunks around one table! Previous to Trunk Club, Liza worked worked for Theory where she managed the Saks Fifth Avenue account. Upon moving to Chicago she spent three years building Trunk Club Chicago before moving to the Big Apple to launch Trunk Club, New York. As Vice President of Sales, Liza has built out a fierce New York team that is passionate about disrupting the men’s and women’s traditional shopping industry. Liza may be the most optimistic person you come across and is bananas about Trunk Club’s mission to positively impact each client’s shopping experience.
VP of Sales Support
Zuzana leads Sales Support for Trunk Club. She spends her days ensuring that every member who visits one of our clubhouses or contacts Trunk Club experiences the excellent service that Trunk Club is known for. She has been a supply chain, math geek girl her entire career, having worked at Spiegel, Eddie Bauer and Crate&Barrel. At Crate&Barrel, she supported the regionalization of their warehouse and e-commerce fulfillment operations into a national network. Zuzana graduated with a business degree from Indiana University and spends her free time hiking with her dog, juggling several books and creating her world-famous signature cocktails.
VP of Sales Operations
Stephen joined Trunk Club in 2011 to help build-out our finance and analytics function before starting our Sales Operations team. As part of the Sales Ops team Stephen is focused on building our sales framework. Prior to Trunk Club he spent time in audit and finance at Allstate and holds a bachelor’s degree in finance from Indiana University. Stephen spends his four hours outside of work laying down drum beats or with his wife Kelsey...watching soccer matches.
VP of Finance
KJ leads the finance function at Trunk Club. Before joining the TC cause in 2011, KJ was part of the external reporting team at Orbitz Worldwide. Prior to Orbitz, KJ started his career as a public company auditor in Deloitte & Touche’s Chicago practice. KJ has a bachelor’s degree in accountancy from the University of Notre Dame and his CPA license. A true Northwest-sider, he also sports the thickest Chicago accent on the team.
A couple of well dressed friends in Chicago, including our COO Kevin Price, wanted to make shopping simpler for men who hated to shop. Thus, Trunk Club Men’s Outfitters was born, and stylists hand packed trunks from our Chicago office.
Trunk Club hires its first sales person and expanded to serve clients in person at our first Clubhouse in Chicago at 311 W. Superior Street. The New York Times tries Trunk Club and calls the service “revolutionary.” We celebrate and continue to hone our service.
Thanks to a successful round of funding, Trunk Club begins to invest in its sales team and other key functions.
Trunk Club outgrows its space on Superior Street in downtown Chicago and moves to its current location at 325 W. Ohio Street. We promote our first stylists to leadership positions (spoiler alert: they go on to run our Los Angeles, Chicago, and New York City Clubhouses). Trunk Club launches a custom clothing service for men, giving them the ability to purchase custom designed and measured clothing. The Trunk Club team grows to 100 employees!
Trunk Club launches its mobile app, giving members another communication vehicle through which they can connect with their stylist. We also open our first satellite Clubhouse in Dallas, Texas.
Trunk Club sees an opportunity to serve our members in-person and opens four brick-and-mortar Clubhouse locations in Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, and Washington D.C.
Trunk Club catches the attention of Nordstrom. They see the clear value in this service and acquire Trunk Club, welcoming us into the Nordstrom family.
Trunk Club continues to expand: we ditch Men’s Outfitters from our name and open our service to women, we open a New York City Clubhouse, and our team grows to more than 1000 people.
Trunk Club opens its Charleston clubhouse, and Linda Bartman joins the team as Chief Marketing Officer.
Trunk Club opens its Boston clubhouse, our parent company Nordstrom expands its loyalty program to include Trunk Club, and Terry Boyle joins the team as President.