Marvin Welcomes Top Human Resources LeaderJanuary 4th, 2024 by Editor
Marvin welcomed Val Johnson as senior vice president of human resources. Johnson joins the company’s senior leadership team and will guide the development of its evolving human resource functions, company officials said.
“Marvin is, first and foremost, a people-centered organization,” said Paul Marvin, CEO. “Val’s extensive experience in modernizing HR organizations will be a huge asset to Marvin as we manage changing workforce dynamics and continue to prioritize our employee value proposition.”
Johnson has more than 25 years of human resources, most recently having served as a vice president at Christensen Farms. She also previously held the role of vice president of human resources at Dressbarn and oversaw global HR initiatives at Best Buy.
At Marvin, Johnson will play a role in shaping the future of Marvin’s HR priorities and the overall business, officials said, suggesting that her “expertise in employee engagement and culture will be significant advantages for the company’s growth and development strategies.
“I’m thrilled for the opportunity to support and help grow the immense talent already present at Marvin today,” said Johnson. “I’m also energized by the chance to help teams think differently and leverage human resources best practices to evolve this legacy organization for its next chapter.”