Kristyn Page is the Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion Strategies for Macy’s department stores in Houston, Texas. Kristyn is charged with strategizing and executing the diversity strategy for the entire country with a special focus on the Texas and New York City market. Page has over 20 years of diversity and retail marketing experience.
Prior to joining the diversity team, Page was the Director of Multicultural Marketing in New York and led the development of Macy’s multicultural marketing national platform campaigns as well as the overarching multicultural strategy for Macy’s 800 plus stores. Page was charged with strategic/planning activities, collaborating with Macy’s management team on business-building strategies and growing Macy’s brand health and market share within diverse consumer bases which represents roughly 33% of all sales.
Prior to joining Macy’s in New York, Page held a similar but regional position with Macy’s Central out of Atlanta, Georgia where she led the multicultural marketing efforts. In that role, Kristyn worked with internal areas of the organization (special events, credit marketing, diversity, merchandising, stores and creative) to ensure that the customer’s shopping experience was enjoyable.
Before Macy’s, Page was the Group Manager of Broadcast and Multicultural Marketing for Foley’s department stores out of Houston, Texas. During her tenure, Kristyn managed a large television and radio portfolio and developed the Hispanic broadcast strategy for the Texas and border Mexico cities. With this momentum, she built out the remaining media and creative strategy; which culminated into a full pledged multicultural department.
Kristyn is a graduate of Loyola University, New Orleans, Louisiana with a degree in communications/advertising and a minor in psychology.
Kristyn, a New York native, currently lives in Houston, Texas with her husband Francis. They have four daughters together.