Moore will take over from Darrell Overcash, who will retire in January after more than 20 years at Mary Kay
Mary Kay has appointed Nathan Moore as President of its North America region.
Moore will be tasked with guiding the beauty brand in the US and Canadian markets.
Moore suceeds Darrell Overcash, who served in the role for the past ten years. Overcash will retire in January 2017 after more than 20 years in the company.
Moore has also been a long-time employee at Mary Kay. He joined the company as a staff attorney in 1995 and over 20 years has held several leadership positions in the legal department.
For the past 13 years, Moore has worked as Mary Kay’s Chief Legal Officer and Secretary, managing legal, public affairs, risk management, corporate communications and CSR projects.
As President, Moore will be based in the company’s global headquarters in Addison, Texas.
We salute Darrell on his upcoming retirement after two decades of success with the company.
David Holl, President and CEO of Mary Kay, said: “We salute Darrell on his upcoming retirement after two decades of success with the company and also congratulate Nathan as he transitions into his new role as President of Mary Kay North America.
“Early in his career, Nathan looked for every opportunity to be involved with Mary Kay’s independent sales force and has been active in industry matters.
"He brings a deep and unique understanding of our business to his new position along with an unrivalled passion for celebrating the success of the Mary Kay independent sales force.
"His guidance, knowledge and leadership will be invaluable as we build on our efforts of enriching women’s lives in the US and Canada alongside our countries around the world.”
Moore was a founding member of the Mary Kay Culture Committee, the main goal of which is to preserve the culture and values of company founder Mary Kay Ash.
Prior to joining Mary Kay, Moore earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in finance from Texas A&M University with honours, and a law degree from St. Mary’s University in San Antonio, Texas.
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