Peloton press release announcing Andrew Rendich and Shari Eaton.

Peloton Announces New Chief Supply Chain Officer & Chief People Officer

Peloton filled two key positions last week, as new CEO Barry McCarthy looks to solidify his top-level team.

First, Peloton hired Andrew Rendich as Chief Supply Chain Officer. Peloton made the announcement via press release:

Rendich – who brings 30 years of experience in supply chain, operations, customer service, and technology – will take on the senior leadership role with expanded responsibilities that include overseeing Peloton’s Supply Chain, Distribution, Member Support, and Information Technology teams.

Rendich was previously the Chief Operating Officer at Grove Collaborative, an e-commerce company that delivers eco-friendly home essentials. He also spent more than 12 years at Netflix, where McCarthy was Chief Financial Officer. The press release contains a quote from McCarthy:

“Andy deeply understands how to run and execute a subscription model business. He has always put the customer first while delivering an excellent experience, a superpower that is central to Peloton’s Members-first mentality.”

Supply chain and operations executives were included in the layoffs announced earlier this year, as this was one of the key areas in which Peloton has struggled throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

In addition to Rendich’s appointment, Peloton also announced that Shari Eaton has been promoted to Chief People Officer. Eaton has worked with Peloton for nearly three years and will report directly to McCarthy:

In this role, she will oversee global end-to-end Peloton People operations, including Talent Acquisition, People Experience and Development, Total Rewards & Benefits, People Business Partnerships, People Operations, and Safety & Security. Under her leadership Peloton has been voted one of the “25 Best Places to work in NYC” by employees on Comparably.

McCarthy also shared a quote regarding Eaton’s valued position on the team:

“Shari is an invaluable and respected leader at Peloton. This role will report to me directly because attracting, retaining, and developing talent is foundational to our success.”

Eaton was previously the Senior Vice President of People at Peloton.

These are the first major personnel announcements since founder and former CEO John Foley stepped down in January.


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Katie Weicher
Katie Weicher is a writer for Pelo Buddy. She purchased her Peloton Bike in 2016 and has been riding, strength training, and yoga flowing ever since. You can find her on the leaderboard at #kweich.

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