Melody Harris-Jensbach, CEO of Jack Wolfskin, will depart In a statement, the outerwear brand’s parent, Callaway Golf said an agreement had been reached more than a year ago that Harris-Jensbach, shown above, would leave as soon as Jack Wolfskin’s integration into the Callaway Group was completed.

Callaway acquired Jack Wolfskin in January 2019.

“We appreciate Melody’s leadership of the brand and have been working with her on a succession plan for some time,” said Chip Brewer, Callaway’s CEO, in a statement.

Harris-Jensbach added: “I work closely with the Callaway team to lay the foundation for the long-term success of the company.”

Harris-Jensbach had led Jack Wolfskin since November 2019. Former roles included chief product and design officer at Esprit and vice-chairman and chief product officer at Puma. She replaced Michael Rupp, who had led Jack Wolfskin since July 2012.

Photo courtesy Jack Wolfskin