Brown Jordan Makes Leadership Changes

EL MONTE, Calif.-Brown Jordan has appointed Chris Carmicle president. Carmicle has been with the company since 2002, most recently serving as president, national accounts.

In his new position, Carmicle will be responsible for overseeing the company's global supply chain, manufacturing, product development and distribution efforts in addition to his existing duties.

Brown Jordan also appointed Stephen Elton to chief brand officer. Elton has been with Brown Jordan since 1990, most recently serving as vice president, sales and marketing. Elton will report to Carmicle and will manage the global distribution of the Brown Jordan brand through sales and marketing efforts. Frank Taff, senior vice president of operations, will also report to Carmicle.

 

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