Sellmark’s Seller Stepping Down

Sellmark Corporation announced that Dianna Sellers, Sellmark’s CEO since 2010, will retire effective March 31. Dianna has led the privately held corporation through the challenges of growing the once-small startup to a multi-million-dollar international enterprise with headquarters on two continents.

During her tenure, Sellers played a pivotal role in the development of accomplished, dexterous leaders within the company and establishment of sustainable operational processes which have led to Sellmark’s continued growth, said the company. Her departure comes at a time of exceptional growth for the company, now led by president and founder James Sellers and his advisory Board of Directors. “Dianna and I both have a passion for and belief in this company,” James Sellers remarked, “Her record of operational excellence, professionalism and hard work leaves a rooted culture of diligence and call to similar greatness for each and every employee here at Sellmark.”

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On departure, Dianna Sellers shared her sentiment on the company’s strength, “I have thoroughly enjoyed my time at Sellmark. I leave the company in great hands and look forward to its continued success.”

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