Leaders in marketing, sales and product management will guide customer-facing initiatives in support of company’s five-year strategy
Marvin, a premium manufacturer of windows and doors, announced leadership promotions for its marketing, sales and product management teams. Malorie Drugg has been promoted to vice president of marketing, Tim Kasten has been promoted to vice president of sales and David Goulet has been promoted to vice president of research & development and product management.
In these promoted roles, Drugg, Kasten and Goulet will partner to provide elevated brand touchpoints, customer experiences and differentiated product offerings in support of the builders, architects and homeowners who are creating, renovating and reimagining residential and commercial spaces across the country.
“Throughout our more than 110-year legacy, Marvin has been guided by a people-first approach to product development and innovation,” said Christine Marvin, chief marketing and experience officer at Marvin. “How people want to live, work and play has changed dramatically, and as we look ahead to the next five years, the products we make and how we bring those products to life must evolve to meet the increasing demands for functionality and connectivity in indoor environments.”
Drugg, Kasten and Goulet will leverage the skillsets of teams across the Marvin enterprise to advance the company’s go-to-market strategies, product portfolio, systems and processes while building loyalty and advocacy to drive market share gains and elevate the Marvin brand. Together, the trio brings decades of experience applying their individual areas of expertise to develop, market and sell products that are grounded in research and break industry conventions.