Mannatech, Incorporated, a leading developer and provider of dietary supplements and skin care solutions, today announced that Terri Maxwell has joined Mannatech as senior vice president and chief marketing officer. Ms. Maxwell will focus on building Mannatech's brand reputation, building powerful tools to support associates' ability to promote products, improving the web experience for associates and customers, and supporting international growth and market expansion.
Ms. Maxwell foundeda marketing consulting firm, LATIMARK(TM), in 2001 after leading Prodigy's $35M internet marketing subsidiary to record setting growth in the late 1990's. In addition to extensive experience in channel strategy and marketing, Terri also held top sales and marketing positions with consumer goods leader Jostens and CRM upstart Relizon/Epsilon.As a marketing consultant, Terri delivered insightful, results-driven solutions to numerous Fortune 100 and Global 1000 companies, including consumer-marketing leaders such as Target, Nokia,Texas Instruments, as well as business-to-business giants Fujitsu,Alcatel and Burlington Northern Railway.
Wayne Badovinus, president and chief executive officer, said, "Brand recognition is a major focal point for us as we look to the future. We are excited to have Terri join our team as she brings key experience driving brand recognition and dynamic product marketing programs."
Ms. Maxwell added, "Wayne Badovinus was the real game changer for me to come on board. His proven experience growing companies with highly visible brand identities made Mannatech the perfect choice for me."
Ms. Maxwell graduated with distinction from Indiana University with an education degree. Terri received a Masters of Business Administrationfrom University of Texas at Dallas, receiving highest honors in class.
Mannatech, Incorporated, is a global wellness solutions provider of innovative, high-quality, proprietary nutritional supplements, topical and skin care products, and weight management products sold through independent associates and members located in the United States and the international markets of Canada, Australia, the United Kingdom, Japan, New Zealand, the Republic of Korea, Taiwan, Denmark, Germany, South Africa.
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