John Goldyn

John Goldyn
John Goldyn
Senior Director, Loss Prevention
ULTA Beauty
John Goldyn is the senior director for the Loss Prevention team at Ulta Beauty. John joined Ulta Beauty in August 2016 as the director of all store locations for Loss Prevention before assuming the role of senior director in March 2018.

John is responsible for all Loss Prevention field members who support our store teams, the ORC team, our investigations team that supports the field LP Team, and our new, enterprise protection and intelligence team.

Prior to joining Ulta Beauty, John held leadership positions across the retail sector. His last role prior to joining Ulta was the Loss Prevention Director for Bevmo locations in California, Arizona and Washington State. He held various roles over 15 years while at Family Dollar Stores including both operations and loss prevention positions where he was the Regional Vice President of Operations based in Phoenix. John’s career flourished at Family Dollar as he was promoted from Regional Loss Prevention Manager to Sr Regional LP Manager and then as the Divisional VP of Loss Prevention over the South and Southwest areas. He began her career at Trak Auto Stores, where he served in a variety of retail operations before he began his Loss Prevention career at Trak Auto.

In addition, John’s has held loss prevention roles at Pep Boys Automotive and Home Depot Stores. Early in his career he was a law enforcement officer in Illinois and trained as a paid on-call (POC) firefighter in New Lenox, IL. He has also owned and operated his own automotive business. Currently, John is involved with Autism Speaks where he supports the program in the Kansas City area. He completed his bachelor’s degree in business management through the University of Phoenix.

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Wednesday
June 23
1:45 pm2:15 pm
Organized Retail Crime continues to rise. Crime rings are taking advantage of the pandemic, a softening in anti-shoplifting laws, and what many perceive as weaken law enforcement to swipe tons of merchandise from retail stores and warehouses. Join our panel of experts as they discuss why gangs consider ORC to be a low-risk, high- reward opportunity, and what they're doing to counter the trend.