AFFLINK Taps Industry Leader as New VP of Member Development
AFFLINK has added industry veteran Larry Nedrow to its executive leadership team as the company’s new Vice-President of Member Development.
“Larry’s vast experience and acute knowledge in a myriad of B2B market channels will serve the Membership well as we continue to drive growth and provide differentiation among the group,” says AFFLINK President Dennis Riffer. “I have known Larry for years and there is no better person to find and fill strategic geographic and channel opportunities in the marketplace. We welcome his stellar reputation, and are proud to now have him as part of the AFFLINK family.”
Larry has more than twenty-five (25) years of experience with Kimberly-Clark Corporation—most recently serving as Senior Director of Sales for the Atlantic Division Sales team. As Director of Corporate Strategy with Kimberly-Clark, Larry worked directly with the CEO and Chief Strategy Officer supporting the Global Strategic Leadership Team in the development and execution of initiatives across the global enterprise.
Additionally, his front-line experience overseeing a $50MM manufacturing facility in San Antonio allowed Larry the experience to target such areas as safety, customer satisfaction and overall manufacturing cost and quality. Larry received his BBA, Marketing from Iowa State University, and his MBA from the University of Georgia.
“I have had the privilege of working alongside AFFLINK and its dedicated group of Members for years,” says Nedrow, “and I am thrilled with the opportunity to now work collectively with both new and existing Members to drive value to our customers. I look forward to the challenge of raising the bar at AFFLINK, furthering its position as the organization of choice for today’s independent distributors.”
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