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SeneGence International Expands Team

September 5, 2014

New director of distributor development in Canada.

SeneGence International hired Michelle McPhie as director of distributor development in Canada. She will be responsible for developing marketing, sales, business development, distributor development and training of the Canadian operation, while also maintaining existing Canadian business and developing new business. 

She began her network marketing career 16 years ago, building one of Canada’s largest sales organizations of Independent Distributors. She earned several top awards for organizational growth, team building, personal sponsoring and leadership. Having maximized her potential with the company and its compensation plan, Michelle moved on to build additional successful businesses with two other direct sales companies before making a strategic career move to a corporate level for a fourth company as a Regional Sales Manager.
 
 
 
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