Sarah Bjorgaard joins Plexus Worldwide as Global Sales VP

Sarah Bjorgaard (submitted photo)

Sarah Bjorgaard (submitted photo)

Scottsdale-based Plexus Worldwide, a leading direct-marketing weight-loss and health-supplement seller, announced that Sarah Bjorgaard has joined the company as Vice President of Global Sales.

In her role she will lead the Business Analytics and Development team and will implement sales structures to better support field and customer growth. She will report directly to Plexus’ President, Alec Clark.

“We’re very excited to add Sarah’s extensive Sales and leadership expertise within the network marketing industry at Melaleuca, Tastefully Simple and Mary Kay to the Plexus team,” stated Mr. Clark in the release.  “Our ambassadors and corporate team will greatly benefit from her advice and leadership and she will play a significant role as Plexus continues its phenomenal growth.”

Ms. Bjorgaard has a 24 year record of sales and operational achievement and success in the network marketing industry.  Before joining Plexus, she served as National Vice President of Sales and Operations at Melaleuca, Inc. where she led a team of vice presidents, directors, and regional managers responsible for customer growth, leader development and retention in the Western United States.

Ms. Bjorgaard also served as senior lead, business development for Tastefully Simple and as independent future executive senior director at Mary Kay.

“Plexus has quickly gained a very positive reputation within the network marketing industry thanks to its strong leadership and commitment to putting its Ambassadors first,” stated Ms. Bjorgaard in the release.  “My passion for building relationships and helping others to succeed fits very well with Plexus’ values and I’m excited to work with its talented leadership team, employees and Ambassadors from across the globe.”

Ms. Bjorgaard has been married to Bryan for nearly 14 years and they have two children, Cale and Laken.

Plexus Worldwide is located 9145 E. Pima Center Pkwy. in Scottsdale.

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