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Starbucks announced the appointments of three new board members Thursday.
The coffee chain now has 13 people on its board.
Allison, who has been chief executive of Domino's since 2018, will serve on the Starbucks' committee that handles compensation and management development. Campion, who has been CFO of Nike since 2015, will serve on Starbucks' audit and compliance committee.
Ge Mahe, who helped develop China-specific features for the iPhone and iPad, will join Starbucks' nominating and corporate governance committee. China is Starbucks' second largest market. Ge Mahe joins fellow tech executive Satya Nadella, the CEO of Microsoft, on the board.
"Their expertise across global technology, retail and customer experience at scale will accelerate our drive to innovate in a way that's relevant to our customers and inspiring to our partners," Kevin Johnson said in a statement.