Page will join the retailer from Advance Auto Parts, where he served as senior VP chief accounting officer and controller, bringing nearly 30 years of finance and accounting experience in retail, athletic footwear and apparel, and other industries with him.
His appointment follows the company’s previous announcement that Lauren B. Peters would retire from Foot Locker.
Page will report directly to Richard Johnson, chairman and CEO and will oversee Foot Locker’s accounting, financial planning and analysis, investor relations, treasury, tax, internal audit, and risk management functions.
Commenting on his new role, Page said: “I am thrilled to join this incredible team with a proud history at such a pivotal time. I look forward to working closely with Dick and the rest of Foot Locker’s leadership team to help shape the Company’s future in our next stage of growth.
“Together, we are committed to leading a bold agenda that creates meaningful customer experiences and delivers value for shareholders and all stakeholders.”
Johnson added: “As we look towards the future and to deliver on our purpose to inspire and empower youth culture, Andrew’s fresh perspective and capabilities will contribute to our focus on delivering profitable growth for our shareholders.
“He’s a great addition to our dynamic and diverse leadership team – with keen insight and a vision on the market and our industry at large that complements our already high-performing operation.”