ARIIX—THE Opportunity Company™ is excited to announce the appointment of Arizona-based skincare specialist Carolyn B. Melby to its Wellness Council.
This Council, composed of an exclusive group of individuals who are renowned experts in their individual fields, helps make important decisions regarding the direction of the company’s six independent product lines.
Ms. Melby brings more than three decades of experience in the skincare industry to the Council, along with a passion for helping people improve their personal and professional lives.
A certified Medical Aesthetician with a background in business management, Ms. Melby founded and managed several skincare clinics throughout the Chandler, AZ area while also serving in senior management positions with several key cosmetic companies including Lelexo and Estee Lauder.
Ms. Melby’s business acumen and experience, along with her outstanding people skills and motivation
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