At Mary Kay, longtime Chief Legal Officer and Secretary Nathan Moore is transitioning to President of Mary Kay North America.
In his new role, Moore will draw from more than two decades of experience with the beauty company, which he joined in 1995 as a staff attorney. His responsibilities have included a number of leadership positions within the legal department. Moore is also a founding member of the Mary Kay Culture Committee, created to preserve the culture and values of the company’s late founder, Mary Kay Ash.
“Early in his career, Nathan looked for every opportunity to be involved with Mary Kay’s independent salesforce and has been active in industry matters,” said David Holl, Mary Kay President and CEO. “He brings a deep and unique understanding of our business to his new position along with an unrivaled passion for celebrating the success of the Mary Kay independent salesforce.”
Beyond his work with Mary Kay, Moore has taken an active role in the wider direct selling community, including stints as Chairman of the Direct Selling Association, a national trade association for direct sales companies, and of its educational arm, the Direct Selling Education Foundation.
Moore succeeds Darrell Overcash, who has led the North America business for the past 10 years. Overcash will retire in January 2017, after 20 years at Mary Kay. “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,” said Holl.