Nisa’s head of retail stepping down

Nisa’s head of retail stepping down
Nisa’s outgoing Head of Retail Victoria Lockie.

Head of retail at Nisa, Victoria Lockie is stepping down from the role and leaving Nisa, after more than 12 years at the business.

Having joined the company in 2012 as a sales support manager, Ms Lockie has held significant positions within the company including head of key accounts.

In a letter sent to retailers, and seen by The Grocer, it was revealed that she will be leaving Nisa on 31st May, as she looks to “take on a new challenge”.

Nisa paid tribute to Ms Lockie, saying she has had a “pivotal role in building strong retailer relationships” and had led the “partner base and retail team through a significant amount of change”.

The company added she had made a “sizeable impact in our diversity, inclusion and mentoring activities through panels and forums both internally and within the industry, as well as her contributions to the Nisa charity, MADL, for which Vicky has been a trustee on the board”.

Nisa has already begun the recruitment process, according to The Grocer, with hopes of a handover period before Ms Lockie’s departure.