Brown Jordan Hires Rhiger

LOS ANGELES-Brown Jordan has appointed Wendy Rhiger to vice president of strategic development and communications.

Rhiger will develop initiatives in support of the company's agenda for new markets, media, branding and emerging products. She will also develop and implement business growth strategies and oversee all Brown Jordan communications.

Prior to joining Brown Jordan, Rhiger was the director of marketing for Janus et Cie, leading all marketing and branding initiatives, as well as all communications for the firm. She brings more than 15 years of experience to Brown Jordan, having held key leadership roles in which she was responsible for brand management, public relations and communications.

"Rhiger's proven business acumen, marketing savvy and passion for great design will be a valuable asset," said Chief Brand Officer Steve Elton. "I am confident that she will play an important role in furthering the Brown Jordan legacy and expanding the brand's reach into new markets both domestically and overseas."

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