New Senior Vice President of Marketing
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New Senior Vice President of Marketing

4Life President and CEO Danny Lee announced Brian Gill as the company’s new Senior Vice President (SVP) of Marketing.

Gill has 18 years of experience in marketing and team development, and as a key contributor to executive management. As SVP of Marketing, Brian will support the company’s strategic objectives, discover new ways to innovate with top-quality tools, provide relevant and timely communications, and create an exceptional brand experience.

“Like our founders, I believe that people come to 4Life at the right time and for the right reason. Brian comes to us with a wealth of experience in marketing, but more importantly, the kind of marketing specific to direct sales. He will make a great addition to our executive team.” said Danny Lee.

Prior to joining 4Life, Gill served as vice president of marketing for a startup direct sales company, where he was instrumental in building the brand from scratch and launching six products in the first year. Prior to that, he led the marketing efforts both nationally and internationally for a fast-growing e-commerce, party plan company, implementing marketing communication and promotional campaigns that engaged customers and garnered significant revenue for the company.

Throughout his career, Gill has honed his craft by marketing everything from nutritional and herbal products to cosmetics and skin care.

“I’m grateful to work in an industry where the products and culture are designed to help people achieve a better quality of life. I’m proud to work for an organization whose brand promise is Together, Building People through science, success, and service.” said Brian Gill.

Gill holds a bachelor’s degree in International Law and Diplomacy from Brigham Young University, a master's degree from Utah State University, and professional certification in Integrated Marketing Communication from the University of Utah. His personal interests include health and nutrition, racquetball, live theater and music, reading, writing, hiking, and spending time with his family.

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