A new addition to Mannatech’s board of directors brings the perspective of a longtime independent sales Associate.
The wellness company has appointed Kevin Robbins to fill the board seat vacated by his father, and co-founder of Mannatech, Ray Robbins. The elder Robbins retired from the board last month after 15 years as a director.
“We are proud to continue the legacy of having field representation on the board,” said Chairman J. Stanley Fredrick. “Kevin’s unique knowledge about how we work with our Associates and customers helps make him a valued asset and member of Mannatech’s Board of Directors.”
Robbins began his career with Mannatech in 1994, and by 2000 was elected to the North American Advisory Council, which represents the interests and concerns of Associates to corporate leadership. After initially serving for five years, Robbins later was re-elected for a three-year term. He served as chairman for five of his years on the council, working with the company on initiatives such as new compensation plans, incentive trips and training programs.