The LYCRA Company appoints Cathy Spicer as its new Chief Legal Officer

Cathy Spicer, Chief Legal Officer at The LYCRA Company

The LYCRA Company, an innovative fiber and tech solutions provider for the apparel and personal care industries, announced that Cathy Spicer joined the company on Feb 7 as Chief Legal Officer (CLO). Prior to joining, Spicer was CLO and Corporate Secretary of Tailored Brands, Inc., which includes retailers Men’s Wearhouse and Jos. A. Bank.

What is the industry expertise of Cathy Spicer?

With thirty years of legal experience, Cathy Spicer has held numerous senior legal roles. Cathy Spicer began her career as an assistant district attorney, managed her solo law practice, and became a partner in a law firm before moving into corporate law.

“I am excited to join The LYCRA Company and lead its legal organization. I look forward to working with the global leadership team to build on its successes and drive continuous improvement to help the company achieve its strategic goals,” said Cathy Spicer.

Spicer earned her J.D. from Albany Law School after graduating from the State University of New York at Albany with a B.A. in English. in addition, Cathy Spicer is also licensed to practice law in Connecticut, Florida, and New York. She will be based out of The LYCRA Company’s headquarters in Wilmington, Delaware, reporting directly to Born.

What does this mean for The LYCRA Company?

Julien Born, Chief Executive Officer at The LYCRA Company

“We are delighted to have Cathy join our leadership team to support our operations and long-term growth strategy. Her experience on the executive team of a leading apparel retail company will bring us exceptional corporate legal expertise and unique business perspectives on a key industry we serve,” said Julien Born, CEO of The LYCRA Company.

As CLO of The LYCRA Company, Spicer will be responsible for overseeing corporate governance, intellectual property protection, regulatory compliance, privacy, and in-house legal services designed to meet corporate goals, strategies, and priorities, including ESG. She will also serve as corporate secretary to the company’s board of directors.