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Three New Vice presidents at Mary Kay

August 1, 2014

Mary Kay Inc: appointed three vice presidents at the company’s global headquarters in Addison, TX.

Selected by the global executive team as Mary Kay’s Leader of the Year in 2013, Allyson Sellers takes on a new role at the company as vice president of sales force communications and creative services, where she will drive communication and brand-building strategies to support business growth and brand strength in the US market. During her 21-year tenure, Sellers has held various positions in sales, human resources and marketing. Most recently, she served as director of US sales force communications.

A proven leader at Mary Kay Inc. with more than 23 years of experience with the company, Peggy Davidson assumes the role of vice president of US sales. She has held a broad range of positions at the beauty company since joining Mary Kay in 1990. Most recently, she was vice president of sales force communication and education. She also continues to serve as a board member for The Mary Kay Foundation.

As vice president of recognition and events, Laura Beitler now leads the team responsible for developing and implementing Mary Kay’s independent sales force recognition programs and special events in the US. Beitler joined Mary Kay Inc. in 2000 as a staff attorney and eventually transitioned to vice president and associate general counsel where she provided guidance and legal direction for the North American markets and the company’s 12 subsidiaries in the European region. 
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