John Agwunobi, M.D., M.B.A., M.P.H., is dedicated to the Company’s purpose of helping make the world healthier and happier, and brings an accomplished background with a wealth of experience to Herbalife Nutrition as a physician, a public health official and a global executive.
In his dual role of co-president and chief health and nutrition officer, Dr. Agwunobi directs the Company’s nutrition philosophy and leads the Company's purpose-driven independent distributors and health conscious customers to live healthier and happier through personalized nutrition and a proven business opportunity. Since joining the Company as chief health and nutrition officer in 2016, Dr. Agwunobi has been leading the Herbalife Nutrition Institute; the Herbalife Nutrition Advisory Board and the Herbalife Dietetic Advisory Board, and works with the Company’s Ph.D.s and scientists to integrate nutrition science into products. Dr. Agwunobi also works intimately with Herbalife Nutrition independent distributors and customers, ensuring that the Company is continuously innovating in the areas of product development, technology, marketing and corporate sales.
Dr. Agwunobi brings a wealth of experience from both the public and private sectors to his role. Most notably, from 2005-2007, he served as the Assistant Secretary of Health for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. During his term, he was responsible for disease prevention and health promotion. He oversaw the Centers for Disease Control, National Institutes of Health, the Food and Drug Administration, the office of the U.S. Surgeon General, and numerous other public health offices and programs.
In the private sector, Dr. Agwunobi served as senior vice president and president of health and wellness for Walmart in the United States where he grew the business and provided insight and advice on health reform positions, public health advocacy, health nutrition, employee wellness and emergency response.
Dr. Agwunobi has a broad educational background that includes a master's in public health from Johns Hopkins University and a master's in business administration from Georgetown University. Dr. Agwunobi completed his pediatric residency at Howard University and is currently a licensed physician in Florida, Maryland and Washington D.C. He serves on numerous boards including the U.S. African Development Foundation, Shopko, Magellan Health Services, Smart Rx Systems Inc. and Oration Health.
As vice president and managing director for Mexico, Jesus Alvarez is responsible for all business, strategic, sales and marketing functions across the region.
Alvarez began is career at Herbalife in 2011 as ethics & compliance director, responsible for the implementation and enforcement of Member rules and guidelines. Subsequently, Alvarez took on the additional responsibility of corporate communications, government relations and scientific affairs. Being promoted two years later to Sr. Director, led Ethics & Compliance, Corp. Comms, Government & Scientific Affairs and social responsibility. Immediately prior to his current role, Alvarez was vice president, sales and events.
Alvarez has over 20 years of experience in the direct selling industry, having held a number of senior roles with major companies, such as Amway, where, as general manager for Mexico, he successfully implemented an ambitious transformation initiative resulting in significant growth in the market.
Alvarez is bilingual in English and Spanish and fluent in Portuguese and studied several courses at Thunderbird University and other institutes.
As senior vice president, Finance and Strategic Planning, Alex Amezquita is responsible for global corporate strategy, financial planning and analysis and pricing.
Prior to joining Herbalife Nutrition in 2017, Amezquita was senior vice president at Moelis & Company, a leading global investment bank, where he advised Fortune 500 companies on mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, capital markets strategy and investor relations. Beginning in 2012, Amezquita worked extensively as a financial advisor to Herbalife Nutrition on key strategic and financial initiatives while at Moelis.
Amezquita brings over 20 years of experience to Herbalife Nutrition from his finance and engineering background. He commenced his investment banking career on Wall Street advising Fortune 100 companies while at Merrill Lynch and Centerview Partners. He began his professional career in the aerospace & defense and technology sectors. During this time, Amezquita worked as both a lead design engineer and consultant to a broad spectrum of industry leaders ranging from Northrop Grumman to Cisco Systems.
Amezquita holds an MBA in finance from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, and a Master and Bachelor of Science degree in electrical and computer engineering from Carnegie Mellon University.
Jean Marie Cacciatore is the chief human resources officer responsible for the development and implementation of human resources strategy in support of Herbalife Nutrition’s overall business plan and strategic direction. This includes providing leadership in the areas of talent acquisition and development, diversity and inclusion, employee education and training, compensation and benefits, human resource information systems and succession planning.
Cacciatore joined Herbalife Nutrition in December 2006 as vice president of human resources for South America and Southeast Asia. In 2007, she assumed responsibility for international human resources, adding global responsibility for compensation in 2008, and taking on the role of senior vice president of human resources in 2011. Cacciatore assumed her current role as chief human resources officer in 2017.
Prior to joining Herbalife Nutrition, Cacciatore worked with Warner Bros., Mast Industries/The Limited Corporation, DMX Music Inc. and the Walt Disney Company. Cacciatore holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from West Virginia University.
As Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer, Bosco Chiu has global responsibility for the Company’s financial reporting, accounting, tax, and treasury functions. Chiu helps Herbalife Nutrition deliver on its purpose of making the world healthier and happier by leveraging his Company knowledge and financial expertise.
Chiu has been with Herbalife Nutrition for over 24 years, holding progressive roles and responsibilities over various accounting functions, including most recently the Senior Vice President & Principal Accounting Officer. With the significant growth of Herbalife Nutrition’s business over the years, he played a major role in expanding and strengthening accounting infrastructure including developing strong controllership teams, enhancing financial systems, processes and controls, implementing new accounting rules, and providing technical accounting support to significant transactions and company business initiatives.
Before joining Herbalife Nutrition, Chiu was an auditor at Price Waterhouse, a global accounting firm. Chiu holds a bachelor degree from University of Hong Kong and a master degree from University of Wisconsin at Madison.
Stephen Conchie is senior vice president and managing director of Asia Pacific, responsible for the Herbalife business in Australia, Cambodia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, The Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.
Stephen joined Herbalife in 2009 as regional head of Russian-speaking markets. In July 2012, the Baltics and Israel were added to his responsibilities. He oversees the development of regional strategy, marketing, sales, management of all aspects of day-to-day operations, including Member services and sales centers, supply chain management, ethics and business compliance, human resources and information technology.
Prior to joining Herbalife, Stephen held a variety of sales and marketing roles for GlaxoSmithKline from 2000 – 2009. From 2005-2007, he managed the company’s business in Ukraine, and in 2007 he became general manager for Russia and CIS.
Stephen also worked for more than nine years in category marketing, NPD, purchasing, and retail and logistics for companies including Sainsbury’s, Safeway and Grand Met in the United Kingdom. Conchie has a BA degree in Retail Marketing from Manchester Metropolitan University and a Diploma in Marketing from the UK’s Chartered Institute of Marketing.
He is currently based in Singapore.
As co-president and chief strategic officer of Herbalife Nutrition, John DeSimone is committed to the Company’s purpose and unique value of helping people live healthier and happier through personalized nutrition and a proven business opportunity. DeSimone manages the Company's regional leadership, who are responsible for growing the Company's premier nutrition business and driving performance in more than 90 countries around the globe. In addition, DeSimone manages the Company's financial planning and investor relations operations.
Having joined Herbalife Nutrition in November 2007, DeSimone first served as senior vice president, finance, followed by his eight-year tenure as the Company’s chief financial officer.
DeSimone has more than 25 years of experience in the corporate finance sector. He served as the controller, vice president of finance and chief financial officer of publicly traded Rexall Sundown, Inc., a multinational manufacturer of nutritional supplements and sports nutrition products. Prior to joining Herbalife Nutrition, he was chief executive officer and an investor of Mobile Ventures, LLC, an automotive aftermarket accessory retailer.
Richard P. Goudis is chief executive officer (CEO) of Herbalife Nutrition. As CEO, Goudis is dedicated to fulfilling the Company’s purpose to make the world healthier and happier. With his passions grounded in innovation, education and training, he sets the strategy for Herbalife Nutrition, overseeing all aspects of the company’s growth strategies, and ensuring that the Company continues to be recognized worldwide as a leading nutrition company. During his tenure at Herbalife Nutrition, Goudis has continuously proven to be among the most visionary, effective and collaborative leaders in the nutrition industry.
Prior to his role as CEO, Goudis served as the Company’s chief operating officer (COO) for 7 years and was responsible for building a global infrastructure that has created competitive advantages. His responsibilities included overseeing Worldwide Manufacturing Operations, Product Development, Quality Assurance & Control, Supply Chain & Strategic Sourcing, Warehousing & Logistics, Human Resources, Information Technology, Security & Safety, and regional Finance and Operations functions.
During Goudis’ tenure as COO, the Company expanded its Herbalife Innovation and Manufacturing (H.I.M.) facilities to five locations around the world and now manufactures approximately 65 percent of all products in-house, ensuring the highest levels of quality control. Under Goudis’ management, Herbalife Nutrition also grew its employee base to more than 8,000 worldwide.
When he joined the company in 2004, as chief financial officer (CFO), he played a lead role in the company's initial public offering and listing on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), and led the successful Sarbanes-Oxley 404 attestation. He also oversaw the worldwide key technology implementations including Oracle and MicroStrategy.
Goudis has more than 30 years of finance and operations management experience and senior executive experience as vice president finance and chief operating officer of Rexall Sundown. While at Rexall Sundown, Goudis was a member of the executive management team. After the acquisition by Royal Numico, Goudis had operations responsibility for all of Numico's North American assets including GNC, Rexall Sundown and Unicity.
A New York native, Goudis competes in triathlons, is an avid cyclist, and enjoys outdoor sports such as fishing and scuba diving. Goudis holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Massachusetts and an M.B.A. from Nova Southeastern.
Woody Guo is the Managing Director of the Herbalife Group (China). He has full financial responsibility and direct all business, strategy, sales and marketing functions in China.
Guo is a seasoned executive with more than 20 years of experience in the Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) industry and was most recently with the Coca-Cola Company where he held a number of leadership positions including general manager of Shanghai Shenmei Foods & Beverage, the single largest bottler of Coca-Cola in Asia. Prior he served as CEO of Bakkavor, worked as a sales leader with Great Lakes and Nabisco, and spent more than a decade with Hormel in management roles including country manager.
Guo holds a bachelor’s degree from Shanghai Ocean University and an Executive Masters of Business Administration from China Europe International Business School.
Pamela Jones Harbour leads a compliance team across more than 90 markets, developing and enhancing policies and infrastructure to ensure the effective education, training and mentoring programs for independent Herbalife Members worldwide. She also coordinates the company's global privacy and cyber security efforts.
Pamela was a litigation partner in three American law firms, with a specialty area in antitrust, consumer protection and data security law, where she chaired and co-chaired privacy practices at two of the firms. Pamela is well recognized for her knowledge of evolving areas of competition and consumer protection law, including privacy and data security issues. Pamela served as a commissioner on the United States Federal Trade Commission from 2003 until April 2010 and as a Deputy Attorney General of the New York State Attorney General’s Office in the 1990s. As Deputy Attorney General, her duties included oversight of the Attorney General’s civil litigation division, which employed over 350 Assistant Attorneys General in seven substantive areas of law (Antitrust, Civil Rights, Charities, Consumer Frauds, Environmental Protection, Investor Protection and Real Estate Finance).
Pamela’s career experience has included frequent speaking engagements, Congressional testimony and publications relating to a wide range of industries and subject areas. She has a breadth and depth of knowledge in the energy, health care and privacy fields, as well as her understanding of global antitrust and consumer protection law. During her nearly seven years as an FTC Commissioner, Pamela was instrumental in shaping an ambitious agenda that encompassed a wide variety of competition and consumer protection issues affecting virtually every economic sector. Pamela is recognized internationally for her leadership in the field of privacy and data security. She was the 2010 recipient of the Electronic Privacy Information Center’s (EPIC’s) “Champion of Freedom Award” for her defense of consumer privacy as an FTC Commissioner.
Thomas Harms serves as senior vice president and managing director, China and APAC for Herbalife Nutrition. He is responsible for the strategies, distributor relations and financial performance of these regions. Harms previously served as vice president of special projects. In this role, he led the core team responsible for enhancing Herbalife Nutrition’s focus on its customers, increasing new customer acquisition and customer lifetime value.
Prior to his role as vice president of special projects, Harms served as vice president of sales, marketing and business development, EMEA. During this time, he led the development of new product strategies to leverage regional opportunities and developed new technology platforms, better enabling consumer sales, strategy and insight efforts.
From 2012 to 2014, Harms served as senior vice president of worldwide marketing, where he was responsible for the Herbalife Nutrition brand and marketing function globally. Specifically, Harms oversaw brand strategy, global creative, product marketing, channel marketing, sports marketing and sponsorships, distributor training and education. Harms reorganized and refocused product marketing while developing a five-year product innovation strategy to drive new product ideation in support of the business and brand goals.
From 2001 to 2012, Harms held various sales and marketing roles at Herbalife Nutrition, both nationally and internationally.
Prior to joining Herbalife Nutrition, Harms held various roles at Allied Domecq Retailing International (ADRI), including serving as vice president, Latin America, leading the team in development of ADRI brands and sales through appropriate market and channel development. Harms holds a Master of International Management from the Thunderbird School of Global Management and a Bachelor of Science from University of Redlands.
Edi Hienrich is senior vice president and managing director for the EMEA Region (Europe, Middle East and Africa) and India. He is responsible for all strategic, sales and marketing functions across the region’s markets.
Hienrich has extensive experience at Herbalife, developed over 25 years with the company. He has worked around the globe, with leadership positions in South America, Asia, and Eastern Europe.
Hienrich started with Herbalife in finance and quickly rose to country and regional management, where he led operations for Eastern Europe. After serving as vice president of South America, he then moved into international development, where he was responsible for the opening of new markets including Brazil, India, Colombia and Singapore. His focus was then directed to Southeast Asia, where he developed and implemented long- and medium-term strategies to drive the region’s profitable expansion and growth. Most recently, Hienrich served as vice president of sales for the U.S. market.
Hienrich holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics and a Master of Business Administration.
Alan Hoffman is responsible for overseeing Herbalife Nutrition’s public policy, corporate communications, government and regulatory affairs, community relations and philanthropy. He is also responsible for the global content group, an organization charged with developing a cohesive global strategy for the Company as well as producing materials for Herbalife Nutrition’s corporate and regional teams.
Hoffman brings more than 25 years of public policy, communications and government experience to the global corporate affairs role. Most recently, he served as senior vice president for global public policy at PepsiCo, where he oversaw policy development, external relations and government affairs.
Before joining PepsiCo, Hoffman served as Deputy Chief of Staff to the Vice President of the United States and Deputy Assistant to the President of the United States, where he was responsible for the long-term planning and day-to-day operations of the Vice President's office. In this role, he provided policy, political, communications, legislative and legal advice to the Vice President, Cabinet members and administration staff. Hoffman had previously served as Chief of Staff to Senator Joe Biden from 1998 to 2003 and again from 2006 to 2008. During this second period, he also served as senior presidential campaign advisor to Senator Biden. Following the Presidential election in 2008, Hoffman also served as chief operating officer for then Vice President-elect Biden during the Presidential Transition.
Hoffman previously served as senior vice president for external relations for the University of California (“UC”), directing strategy, communications, marketing, advocacy, government relations, fundraising and community relations for the 10 campuses, five medical centers and three national labs that comprise the UC system. He also spent time as a partner at Timmons & Company, a Washington, D.C. government relations and consulting firm, and as vice president for external relations at the RAND Corporation.
Earlier in his career, Hoffman served in the Clinton White House working on health policy issues. In addition, he worked in the Department of Health and Human Services as special assistant to the assistant secretary for legislative affairs and in the Department of Justice as special counsel to the assistant attorney general for legislative affairs. He also served as an Assistant U.S. Attorney in Philadelphia, where he prosecuted federal crimes for the Justice Department.
Hoffman serves on the board of directors for the National Alliance to End Homelessness, the Partnership for a Drug Free America and the Herbalife Family Foundation.
A Philadelphia native, Hoffman holds a Juris Doctorate and Masters of Public Administration from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Lafayette College in Easton, Pennsylvania. He resides in Los Angeles with his wife, Lizzie, son Jackson, and two dogs, Brinkley and Franklin.
Frank Lamberti is executive vice president of distributor and customer experience for Herbalife Nutrition. He is responsible for leading a team focused on ushering in new tools to improve the distributor and customer experience, strengthening nutrition and product strategies, leveraging consumer and member insights and enhancing integration across all sales and marketing activities and distributor recognition events.
Prior to this role, Lamberti served as executive vice president, The Americas and worldwide marketing. In this role, Frank worked closely with distributors and their customers, and preferred members across a region that included the United States, Canada, South and Central America, and Mexico. He also led the Company’s marketing efforts globally.
Previously, he served as senior vice president and managing director, North Asia, working with the market teams in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Korea, Japan, Macau and local member leaders to drive sustainable growth in the region. He also previously had worldwide responsibility for all aspects of financial planning and analysis and strategic planning including forecasting, budgeting, pricing, capital investments, new business development and real estate. Lamberti joined Herbalife Nutrition in 2005 as vice president of financial planning and investor relations, where he established the function for the company, which is listed on the NYSE. He has held various regional finance and operations leadership roles for Southeast Asia, Central America and South America. Globally, he has led the distributor ethics and compliance function, supporting best practices for distributor operations in more than 90 markets.
Before joining Herbalife Nutrition, Lamberti held various management roles in finance, consumer services and accounting at Sunbeam Corporation, DHL, Rexall Sundown (subsidiary of Royal Numico, NV), Precision Response Corporation and Blockbuster Entertainment Corporation.
Rich Libby serves as chief information officer for Herbalife Nutrition with global responsibility for the design, execution and support of the Company’s technology strategy. Rich provides strategic and tactical direction to ensure that all information technology (IT) investments are aligned with, and support, the Company’s purpose, business objectives, corporate goals and strategic plan. Libby plans and implements the information systems (IS) infrastructure to include personnel, application systems, hardware, voice and data networks, management procedures and budget to support an integrated delivery.
Having joined Herbalife in November 2017, Libby brings with him more than 20 years of experience as a senior technology leader in nutrition, financial services and retail industries.
Prior to joining Herbalife Nutrition, Libby was chief information officer at Shaklee Corporation, where he was responsible for all aspects of global technology and infrastructure. Prior to Shaklee, Libby spent seven years with GAP Inc. as vice president of technology at Gap Inc. where he ran a multiyear transformational program supporting omnichannel marketing, CRM and enterprise data services; as well as 11 years with JPMorgan Chase managing customer service platform technologies.
Libby received his B.A. from Central Connecticut State University and currently lives in the Bay Area.
Rob Levy is executive vice president, The Americas for Herbalife Nutrition, and he is responsible for working with the market teams and local member leaders across the United States, Canada, South and Central America and Mexico to drive sustainable growth in the Company’s largest region.
Prior to this role, Levy was responsible for all distributor-facing business, sales, marketing and distributor operation functions as well as regional responsibility for a region that included Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asia and China.
Levy has been with Herbalife Nutrition for more than 23 years and held a number of senior roles within the Company. As managing director of South America, Levy had responsibility for all of Herbalife Nutrition’s activities in South America, including sales, marketing and operations. He also had regional responsibilities for North America, Mexico, Southeast Asia and India.
In addition, Levy has spent time overseeing worldwide product licensing, operations in The Americas, and the new market team, playing a key role in the opening of more than 35 markets around the world.
Before joining Herbalife Nutrition, Levy was with Lear Astronics, Corp., a leading aviation company, where he was responsible for the contract and pricing groups.
As senior vice president and managing director for North America, Ibi Montesino is responsible for all business, strategic, sales and marketing functions across the region, which includes the U.S., Canada, Jamaica and the Caribbean.
Montesino, an 18-year Herbalife veteran, joined the company in 1998. She began her Herbalife career as an assistant to the vice president of personal care training. Subsequently, she became a global product marketing manager before joining the North America regional team.
During her tenure with the North America region, Montesino served in multiple capacities; first as manager of the West Coast and then director, senior director, and most recently served as vice president of sales and marketing for the U.S. Latin market.
In 2011, Poder Hispanic magazine included her in the prestigious annual list of the “Nation’s 100 Most Influential Hispanics” in the U.S.
Originally from Cuba, Montesino is bilingual in English and Spanish, and holds a Bachelor’s in Business Administration from National University.
Dave Pezzullo is chief operating officer (COO) for Herbalife Nutrition. His responsibilities include overseeing worldwide operations, innovation strategy, the regional finance and operations functions, information technology and infrastructure, and global security.
Prior to assuming his current position, Pezzullo served as executive vice president of worldwide operations and oversaw all aspects of developing products and bringing them to market, including supply chain, R&D, scientific affairs, quality, manufacturing, regulatory, distribution and logistics.
Pezzullo has a broad background of finance leadership roles with an emphasis on operational disciplines. He joined the company in 2004 as senior vice president of finance and chief accounting officer, overseeing accounting, tax and treasury functions in over 70 countries. He helped guide the Company through its initial public offering in 2004, as well as the early adoption of the SOX 404 regulations. Along with the chief financial officer, he was the primary liaison to the audit and compensation committees of the Company’s board of directors.
Prior to joining Herbalife Nutrition, Pezzullo was divisional vice president of finance for Royal Numico, NV, responsible for the financial integration of its U.S. subsidiaries, including Rexall Sundown, Inc. and GNC. He served as the corporate controller of Rexall prior to its acquisition by Numico.
Additionally, Pezzullo served in financial executive and management roles, including various responsibilities for accounting, tax and M&A for several large multi-nationals, including Smithfield Foods, Cookson America, and Sunbeam Corp. He started his career in the audit and tax departments of Ernst & Young LLP in Providence, Rhode Island.
Pezzullo holds a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from Bryant College and is a certified public accountant (inactive).
Mark Schissel is executive vice president of worldwide operations for Herbalife Nutrition, and he is responsible for all aspects of developing products and bringing them to market, including supply chain, R&D, scientific affairs, quality, manufacturing, distribution and logistics.
Schissel previously served as chief information officer for the Company and had responsibility for worldwide information services, strategy and operations. In this role, his focus was on ensuring that Herbalife Nutrition built, maintained and facilitated a technology infrastructure that supports the Company and its independent members globally.
Schissel joined Herbalife Nutrition in 2007 as vice president of enterprise applications, where he held responsibility for all IT matters relating to the Company’s business applications around the world.
Schissel has more than 20 years of financial management and IT leadership experience with industry leading companies such as Price Waterhouse Coopers, Value Health Inc., Oracle Corp. and EMC Corp. Prior to joining Herbalife Nutrition, Schissel served as director of information technology at EMC Corp. with responsibility for global enterprise applications.
In his new role as executive vice chairman, Des Walsh is responsible for growing Herbalife Nutrition’s global business as well as developing and maintaining strong relationships with the Company's purpose-driven independent distributor leaders, who are the difference in making customer’s lives healthier and happier.
Walsh joined Herbalife in 2004 as senior vice president, worldwide member sales, where he was responsible for sales strategy, business development, corporate events, worldwide promotions and member services. Later, he became executive vice president of worldwide operations and sales and had overall responsibility for the Company’s business operations in all Herbalife Nutrition markets around the world. More recently, Walsh was president of Herbalife Nutrition, where he had overall responsibility for member-facing functions throughout the world, including marketing, promotions, sponsorships, business methods support, events and independent distributor communications.
Walsh has extensive international business experience gained during his 35-year career in sales, marketing and executive management.
Walsh joined Herbalife from DMX Music, where he was senior vice president of the commercial division and responsible for innovative sales programs and partnerships that led to growth in new U.S. markets. Prior to DMX, he was a vice president of Disney’s Buena Vista Home Entertainment, where he played a key role in expanding the company's video business in the major markets of the world.
Walsh’s previous experience includes key management positions at MovieQuik Systems, a division of The Southland Corporation (now 7 Eleven), and Commtron Corporation, a leading consumer electronics and video distribution company.
Henry Wang is executive vice president and general counsel for Herbalife Nutrition. He is responsible for legal organizations in China and APAC, and various global legal operational and strategic issues to help position the Herbalife Nutrition as the premier global nutrition company whose purpose is to help make the world healthier and happier. In addition to the legal function, Wang leads the ethics and compliance program, including our ongoing compliance with the Consent Order reached with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission. In this role, Wang leads a global compliance team consisting of dedicated resources in Los Angeles and China as well as counsel from each regional market.
Wang joined Herbalife Nutrition from the law firm of Lee, Tran, Liang and Wang LLP. Prior to that, he was a partner at Manatt, Phelps & Philips LLP, and Reed Smith LLP. While in private practice, he successfully represented U.S. and international companies in U.S. federal and state courts on a wide array of legal issues, including, contract disputes, unfair competition laws, employment/human resources issues, trade secrets, intellectual property, and regulatory compliance. Beyond the courtroom, Wang regularly advised and counseled his global clientele on legal and strategic issues.
Wang holds a bachelor degree from University of California, Berkeley and a Juris Doctor from Tulane University Law School. He served on the boards of Southern California Chinese Lawyers Association, Asian Business League of Southern California, and Asian Pacific Community Fund, and has been a speaker and panelist at numerous conferences.
As Chief Legal Officer of Herbalife Nutrition, Rick Werber has global responsibility for all legal departments for the Company's business around the world. Werber joined Herbalife Nutrition in the interim role of general counsel in May 2017, to help protect the Company’s brand as a premier global nutrition company whose purpose is to make the world healthier and happier.
Prior to joining Herbalife Nutrition, Werber has over 30 years of legal experience and served as the Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary of Rexall Sundown, Inc., a multinational manufacturer of nutritional supplements and sports nutrition products. Prior, he was a partner in several law firms including Holland & Knight LLP.
Dr. Zheng Qun Yi is managing director of China at Herbalife Nutrition. He is responsible for all business, strategy, sales and marketing functions across China.
A leading expert in the field of extraction and processing of natural compounds for use in food, supplements and pharmaceuticals, Dr. Zheng joined Herbalife Nutrition in 2010 as vice president in Natural Product Manufacturing. He led the Company’s Seed to Feed strategy in China and opened the Herbalife Innovation and Manufacturing (HIM) botanical extraction facility. In 2015, Dr. Zheng assumed responsibility for Worldwide Research, Development and Scientific Affairs, overseeing botanical developments and innovations across all markets worldwide.
Before joining Herbalife Nutrition, Dr. Zheng was Founder, Chairman and CEO of NatSource Chemicals Corporation, with which Herbalife Nutrition formed a joint venture to build its extraction facility in Changsha, which opened in 2012. Prior, Dr. Zheng was President of Kent Financial Services, Inc. and President of Pure World, Inc. He started his career as a senior chemist at Houser Chemicals, working on natural products for anti-cancer drug research and development.
Dr. Zheng holds a Bachelor of Science degree in chemical engineering from Hunan University of China. He received a doctoral degree in chemistry from the University of Colorado and conducted post-doctoral research at Cornell University.