LP Magazine

MAY-JUN 2019

LP magazine publishes articles for loss prevention, asset protection, and retail professionals covering shrinkage, investigations, shoplifting, internal theft, fraud, technology, best practices, and career development.

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Seidler is managing editor, digital. She manages the magazine's digital channels that includes multiple daily e-newsletters featuring original content and breaking news as well as pushing content to various social media platforms. Seidler recently earned her master's degree in technology and communications through the University of North Carolina's School of Media and Journalism. She can be reached at KelseyS@LPportal.com. Kelsey Seidler LPM DIGITAL continued on page 74 Bad News, Good News, and Some Terrific Content I t is with a heavy heart that I announce my departure from the LP Magazine team. After careful consideration, I've decided to accept a new role that will give me an opportunity to grow and progress to the next phase of my career journey. It's an exciting change, but it is not a decision made lightly. I have truly enjoyed the past four years as online managing editor of this publication. Please do keep in touch. You can find me on LinkedIn or on Twitter at @kelslizkane. As I wrap up projects in my final few weeks here, I am pleased to share the thrilling news that we have recently made some tremendous improvements on our digital hub. If you're a subscriber to our daily e-newsletter (and you should be!), you have likely noticed that losspreventionmedia.com has a brand-new look with a complete redesign of the site. With these changes, the site is faster, more mobile-friendly, and more streamlined in terms of features like subscription processes and navigation. Plus, we think the overall look is cleaner and more contemporary. Visit the site to gain access to all our content, including all print articles with no login required. And make sure you're subscribed to the LPM newsletter so that you can stay up to date with the news and original content we post daily. You can also follow us on Facebook (search LP Voices), Twitter (@LPMag), LinkedIn, and Instagram. The following articles are just a small taste of the excellent content that you can see on losspreventionmedia.com every day. Mark Stinde Named Senior Vice President of Asset Protection at JCPenney Mark Stinde, MBA, LPC, has been named senior vice president of asset protection at JCPenney. Stinde was most recently vice president of asset protection at Dallas-based 7-Eleven. He started his loss prevention career as a key store investigator with Mervyn's in 1988 before moving to Lamont's Apparel as a regional loss prevention manager in 1991, and then to Toys"R"Us as a regional loss prevention manager in 1995. From there, Stinde has held leadership positions with The Home Depot, Circuit City, and Protiviti in business development before joining 7-Eleven as senior director of asset protection in 2010. He was then promoted to vice president of asset protection in 2012. Stinde is active across the loss prevention community, serving as an asset protection leadership council member with the Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA), a member of the board of directors with the Loss Prevention Foundation, and as an editorial board member with LP Magazine. He holds a bachelor's degree in business management from DePaul University and recently earned a master's in business administration and management from Southern Methodist University, Cox School of Business. Cathy Langley Promoted to VP of AP at Rite Aid Cathy Langley, LPC, has been promoted to vice president of asset protection at Camp Hill, PA-based Rite Aid. She was most recently senior director of loss prevention for the company. Langley has spent her entire career with Rite Aid, starting as a restitution coordinator and taking on positions with increasing responsibility to include office manager within the loss prevention department, corporate director of loss prevention, and director of loss prevention analytics. Langley attended the Consolidated School of Business in York, Pennsylvania, and also holds the LP Certified certification from the Loss Prevention Foundation. Cathy was also recently featured in "Getting to Know You: Three Executives Reflect on Their Careers in Loss Prevention" in the November–December 2018 issue of LP Magazine and was also a recipient of a 2018 Magpie Award for Excellence in Leadership. 72 MAY–JUNE 2019 | LOSSPREVENTIONMEDIA.COM

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