Peloton, the the in-home fitness and technology company, announced that Pamela Thomas-Graham has been elected to the company’s board of directors, effective immediately. Thomas-Graham is a seasoned entrepreneur, executive and long-time public company board member with nearly three decades of experience in the financial services, media and fashion industries.

“Peloton is reinventing the fitness experience in an incredibly innovative way, and I’m honored and thrilled to be joining its Board,” said Thomas-Graham. “As both an executive and a fitness enthusiast, I look forward to working with John Foley, his team and my fellow Board members to help drive the future of this disruptive business.”

Currently, Thomas-Graham is the founder and CEO of Dandelion Chandelier LLC, a private digital media enterprise reporting on luxury goods and services. Prior to that, she spent over six years with Credit Suisse, where she was the first female member of the bank’s executive board; chief marketing and talent officer and head of private banking and wealth management new markets.

Before assuming leadership roles in financial services, Thomas-Graham served as a group president at Liz Claiborne (subsequently Kate Spade & Company, now part of Tapestry), where she was responsible for the P&L of 18 global apparel brands.

Previously, Thomas-Graham spent six years at NBCUniversal, where she served as president and chief executive officer of and, later, as global chairman, president and chief executive officer of CNBC Television.

“Pamela’s insight and perspective will be a welcome addition to our already-impressive Board,” said Peloton CEO and Co-founder John Foley. “Her extensive experience across a variety of consumer businesses, from finance to beauty to media, will help us immensely as we continue to innovate and grow.”