Isagenix International announced that it has promoted Brian Clark to senior vice president of Operations. In his new role, Clark will oversee demand planning, supply planning, purchasing, warehouse operations and fulfillment, and transportation, all manufacturing and distribution and several key projects. He will report to Chief Executive Officer Travis Ogden. “I’ve been very impressed by Brian’s business acumen,…

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Isagenix International announced that it is making significant progress toward its zero-waste packaging goal, including transitioning more products to 100% post-consumer recycled (PCR) plastic. The Gilbert, Ariz.-based global health and wellness company recently reached three milestones in its journey to convert all packaging components to be made with recyclable, reusable, compostable, or recycled materials by…

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Isagenix International and its ISA Foundation have increased donations this month to help those affected by COVID-19, including children who are out of school. So far, Isagenix has worked with food banks and charity partners in the United States and Canada. The company hopes to connect with nonprofits in Australia as well. While Isagenix originally…

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Isagenix International has announced that, based on his work as interim chief information officer, Gary Gallant has been named the company’s permanent CIO. In his new role, Gallant will establish and execute the global health and wellness company’s technology vision, ensuring Isagenix can provide a smooth shopping experience for customers and digital tools that help…

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Erik Coover, Isagenix International

Isagenix International announced that Erik Coover has been appointed the company’s new chief visionary officer. Coover, son of Isagenix co-founders Jim and Kathy Coover, was promoted earlier this year to chief visionary officer with the main focus of driving the company’s strategic vision, originally established by his parents, to impact world health and free people…

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Isagenix International announced its acquisition of Zija International, the Lehi, Utah, direct seller with a line of high-quality plant-based product offerings. “We are pleased to welcome Zija to the Isagenix family,” said Jim Coover, Isagenix co-founder and chairman. “Our companies share common cultures and goals, and we look forward to the positive impact this acquisition…

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ISA Foundation

Isagenix’s nonprofit foundation, the ISA Foundation, announced $601,000 in grants to help 21 U.S.-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations. The grants, which will help with projects ranging from nourishing food-insecure families to assisting communities after natural disasters, range from $5,000 to $100,000 and will aid people in the United States, Puerto Rico, Mexico, and Haiti. The 21…

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Isagenix International recently announced that Yongjae (Patrick) Park has been appointed general manager of South Korea. According to the company, Park played key roles in the expansion into and operation of 10 markets—including Asia, Europe and Latin America—for a multibillion-dollar global direct selling company that he joined in 1994. He served as a director of…

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Social Impact

Isagenix International’s inaugural social impact report shows how the global health and wellness company is making a positive impact on communities, employees and the planet. The 2018-2019 Isagenix Social Impact Report notes the company’s efforts in nourishing children around the world to packaging products more sustainably. Highlights include: In 2018, Isagenix gave $7.2 million in product and monetary donations…

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