Salt Lakes ASEA announces new SVP and regional VP to lead sales team
Salt Lake City — ASEA, a global leader in cellular health, announced today the appointment of Meredith Tieszen as SVP of ASEA Americas and Howard Chow as regional VP of ASEA Asia. Tieszen will lead the ASEA sales team across the Americas (including North and Latin America) and Chow will manage and grow sales in Asia.
“We are thrilled Meredith and Howard will be leading sales across North America and Asia,” says Jarom Webb, President of ASEA. “During the global pandemic, we learned that we must change the way we do business in order to remain successful as we drive toward the future. Meredith and Howard have what it takes to bring ASEA to the next level.”
As SVP, Tieszen will lead ASEA’s sales teams across the US, Canada, and Latin America, giving priority to driving sales and field initiatives. Tieszen has been a senior sales executive for over 18 years with high-level business experience working with organizations ranging from start-ups to large organizations, and all with a focus on helping others build and realize their dreams. She brings senior leadership experience in sales systems and programs from within the network marketing industry to her role at ASEA.
As regional VP, Howard Chow will continue building ASEA’s presence in Asia, where the company currently operates in Hong Kong, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, and Thailand. Chow joined the company in 2019 as sales director for ASEA Hong Kong, bringing more than 20 years of experience from top-10 worldwide network marketing companies, manufacturing, and local and overseas property development. He has worked in Hong Kong, Macau, and the United States, and has led sales management and promotion incentives in eight countries across Asia.
“We look forward to building on the strong foundation ASEA has established over the past decade,” emphasizes Webb. “Our Corporate Leadership team and I are excited about the impact Meredith, Howard, and our entire Sales team will make on our global growth plans.”