How is American Leather Holdings’ new CEO aligning its management team?

Phil Milazzo, remaining, Veronica Schnitzius, David Workman, Russell Towner and Justin EMig

DALLAS — Brian Golden, the recently appointed CEO of American Leather Holdings, Ltd. has been performing to align the company’s aims with its operational management. Golden not long ago introduced that the firm is moving to a divisional framework and named people who will be heading up each division.

For American Leather Holdings, Phil Milazzo has been named chief functioning officer. In this potential, Milazzo will direct the over-all operations of the group, which includes provide chain and logistics. He will also oversee pricing management and IT.

Prior to this function, Milazzo was interim CEO at American Leather-based Holdings. He has a lot more than 30 years of experience foremost production providers from aerospace to cabinetry. Milazzo brings potent operations, supply chain and producing qualifications to his new function. With a degree in enterprise administration from Louisiana Tech, Milazzo served as working spouse at Gridiron Capital, CEO of HM Dunn Firm, president and CEO of PAS Systems, and as executive vice president of product sales and internet marketing for PAS Technologies.

Justin Emig has been named vice president, e-commerce for American Leather-based Holdings. He will be accountable for acquiring electronic applications and articles to boost the shopper experience and will do the job intently with the divisional presidents and their teams to execute the digital approach for each individual brand.

Prior to becoming a member of American Leather-based, Emig was director of e-commerce for Privé Revaux, executive director of e-commerce for York Wall Covering, director of digital internet marketing and communications at PHEAA as effectively as on the internet marketing, communications and products management roles at several businesses. Emig has a B.S. in company administration from York Higher education.

Veronica Schnitzius has been named president, American Leather-based. Schnitzius will be accountable for all areas of the American Leather-based organization, like retail and private label profits, manufacturer internet marketing, merchandising, merchandise improvement and functions.

With an MBA from the University of Texas, Arlington, Schnitzius served as vice president of operations at American Leather-based and as main running officer at the enterprise.

David Workman has been named govt vice president, gross sales, advertising and merchandising for American Leather. He will direct all buyer-facing features for our American Leather’s retail branded business enterprise.

Formerly vice president of sales for American Leather, Workman was president of Broyhill Furnishings and senior vice president of product sales there and served in government gross sales positions at Heritage Home Group and Lane Home Furnishings. Workman has a M.S. in Industrial/Safety Engineering with an emphasis on industrial organizational management.

Russell Towner has been named president of Lee Inds. and Brookline Household furniture. In this expanded function, Towner will be dependable for all facets of the Lee and Brookline enterprises which include retail and non-public label sales, model marketing, merchandising, item enhancement and functions.

Towner has served as and senior executive vice president, product sales, promoting and merchandising at Lee Industries and vice president, strategic product sales at American Leather Holdings prior to taking on his new part at the firm. He was president and CEO of Baker Household furniture, President of Theodore Alexander United states, and vice president of profits and internet marketing at Taracea U.S.A. as effectively as senior vice president of income and marketing and advertising at Henredon Home furnishings. Towner has a diploma in Business enterprise from Grove Town Higher education.

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