Shoe Carnival, the U.S. retailer catering to the whole family, has shuffled its management. Cliff Sifford, the chief executive, has relinquished the title of president and become vice chairman of the board of directors. Sifford has been with Shoe Carnival for 22 years and had been president and CEO, with a seat on the board, since October 2012. Mark Worden – formerly executive vice president and chief strategy and marketing officer – is now president and chief customer officer. This is a new post focused on store operations, e-commerce, customer relations, marketing and real estate. He will continue to report to Sifford. Tim Baker, formerly executive vice president of store operations, is now executive vice president and chief retail operations officer. This, too, is a new post, with greater emphasis on customer experience, store growth and team development. He will continue reporting to Sifford. Finally, Kerry Jackson – formerly senior executive vice president, chief financial and operating officer and treasurer – is now senior executive vice president, chief financial and administrative officer, and treasurer. For the second quarter of 2019, Shoe Carnival posted net sales of $268.2 million and net income of $11.8 million, both essentially flat from the previous comparable period.