iRobot Names Stacy to Board

Michelle StacyMichelle Stacy

BEDFORD, Mass.-Michelle Stacy, former president of Keurig, has been appointed to the iRobot Corp. board of directors.

Stacy--who, along with heading Keurig for five years, served as vice president and general manager of Gillette at Procter & Gamble--was cited in an iRobot statement for her "wealth of experience leading consumer business and building global brands." The statement noted that under Stacy's leadership, Keurig's revenue grew from $493 million in fiscal year 2008 to $4.3 billion in fiscal year 2013.

In June, Stacy was named to Tervis' board of directors. She is also a member of the board of Young Innovations Inc., serves as a director advisor to The Cambridge Group and is a professional speaker on leadership, innovation and growth.

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