Board of Directors

Scott serves as Cars.com’s Chairman of the Board. Scott also serves as Chairman of two LSE-listed companies: Rightmove, the UK’s number one online real estate company, and Ascential, an international business to business media company. He currently serves as a member of the board of directors of Travelport Limited and was previously Chairman of Orbitz Worldwide until its sale to Expedia in September 2015. Scott has over 35 years of experience in operations, finance and mergers and acquisitions, including 15 years at Cendant, which was formerly a leading provider of travel and real estate services. He established Cendant’s international headquarters in London in 1999 and led this division as Group Managing Director until he joined Rightmove in 2005.

Jerri is the Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer of Office Depot, Inc. She has more than 30 years of extensive marketing and leadership experience at large global brands. She is currently serving as a director on the board of ServiceMaster, a service company providing millions of commercial and residential customers in the U.S. and around the world with such services as housecleaning, termite and pest control, and landscape maintenance, and the board of Under Armour Inc., the global athletic performance and innovation brand that changed the way athletes dress. Jerri previously served on the boards of Belk, Gurwitch Products and Tommy Hilfiger and on the advisory board of Pepsico. She served as Chief Marketing Officer of The ADT Corporation, a leading provider of home and business security services. Prior to that, Jerri served as Executive Vice President, CMO for Nokia. Additionally, she held senior marketing roles at Verizon Communications, Citibank, Revlon, Harrah’s Entertainment, the NFL’s Minnesota Vikings and the Pillsbury Company. Jerri is an Economics graduate of Spelman College, where she also recently served as a member of the Board of Trustees from 2005 to 2014, and received her MBA from Clark Atlanta University Graduate School of Business.

Jill is a Senior Advisor in Private Equity at the Blackstone Group, a global asset management firm. She previously was a Senior Managing Director in Blackstone’s Advisory Group. Prior to joining Blackstone, Jill was Co-Head of the Global Media Investment Banking group, a Member of the Executive Board of Investment Banking and Co-Head of the Boston office of Credit Suisse First Boston, an Investment bank.

Jill has experience as a leading investment banker and advisor, a role that has given her a deep understanding of capital markets and financial matters. She also has extensive experience working with internet and media companies as they build their businesses. Jill currently serves on the board of directors of, Akamai Technologies, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, and The Weather Channel. She previously served as a director of TEGNA, Orbitz Worldwide and Michaels Stores.

Tom is President of SurveyMonkey, the world’s largest online survey company. Before joining SurveyMonkey, he was Chief Operating Officer of HomeAway, an internet marketplace for vacation rentals, managing the engineering, product, design and IT/operations teams and leading the company through its IPO and acquisition by Expedia. During his tenure at HomeAway, he transformed the company from an advertising venue into a payments-enabled marketplace serving the consumer peer to peer market as well as the business to business property manager marketplace. Prior to HomeAway, Tom served as Linden Lab’s Chief Product Officer, where he redesigned the consumer experience of Second Life. During his twelve years at Macromedia and Adobe, Tom held several executive roles in general management, product management, and marketing, most notably building out the companies’ developer and knowledge worker strategies. Following the acquisition of Macromedia by Adobe, Tom was responsible for the Acrobat family of products, including the revamped user experience for Acrobat and integration of the real-time collaboration tool Adobe Connect. Tom was previously a member of the board of directors of ReachLocal, a public business to business digital marketing services firm, before its sale to Gannett, and of Intralinks, a public global technology provider of enterprise content management solutions, before its sale to Synchronoss. Tom holds an AB from Harvard University.

Donald has more than 40 years of financial and accounting experience, retiring from PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) in June 2013, following a 39-year career with the firm. During his time at PwC, he was Vice Chairman, Global Assurance, directed the U.S. firm’s services for several large public company clients and was involved in over 30 Silicon Valley IPOs. He also held various other leadership roles in PwC and was, from July 2001 to June 2008, a member of, and past lead director for, the Board of Partners and Principals of the U.S. firm as well as a member of PwC’s Global Board. Don currently serves as Senior Independent Director and Chair of the Remuneration Committee on the board of directors of CRH, and a director and chair of the Audit Committee of two private companies, Neuraltus Pharmaceuticals and eASIC Corporation. Don is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and holds a BA in history and political science from Marquette University and a MBA from DePaul University.

Greg is the Chief Marketing Officer for Kohl’s, responsible for the marketing organization and overall marketing strategy, including the company’s focus on driving customer engagement through analytics, enhancing the loyalty platform, accelerating customer traffic and continuing to build Kohl’s overall brand position. Prior to joining Kohl’s, Greg was the Chief Marketing Officer at Best Buy, responsible for marketing, customer strategy, brand positioning and execution across all channels and customer touch points. He led efforts to redefine Best Buy’s brand positioning and customer strategy, championed a shift to digital and personalized customer communications, developed sophisticated analytics capabilities and drove significant growth in the company’s loyalty program. Prior to Best Buy, Greg served as Chief Marketing Officer at AutoNation. Before that, he was Vice President of worldwide online marketing at Expedia and an investment banker at Credit Suisse. Greg holds a bachelor’s degree from Princeton University in Finance and Economics and a master’s degree in business administration from Harvard Business School.

As one of the original members of Cars.com, Alex Vetter has helped shape the company from its initial concept into a leading online automotive destination, steering the organization's growth strategy while serving in a variety of executive roles. Vetter took the reins as Chief Executive Officer and President of Cars.com in November 2014 following the tenure of founding President Mitch Golub. In his role, Vetter assumes a wide range of responsibilities, including overseeing the company's strategic direction, business development and financial performance, as well as daily operations and product development.

Through Vetter's leadership, Cars.com has grown to over 1,300 employees that serve every local market in the United States. He has operated in nearly every capacity at Cars.com, spanning product development, customer service, training, operations and sales. Through his work, Vetter has helped establish a vibrant local marketplace for cars, enabling e-commerce activities with more than 20,000 retailers and every manufacturer, all whom connect with site users on a daily basis.

Vetter is also an active technology investor and sits on the boards of several digital technology companies, including RepairPal.com, a leading marketplace for service and repair.