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Maly Tapped for Macadamia Board of Directors

Anne Moratto | June 18, 2013 | 9:04 AM

Maly Tapped for Macadamia Board of Directors  

Macadamia Natural Oil, a professional hair care manufacturer based in Chatsworth, CA, recently elected John Maly, in addition to Lori Krebs and Jack Gallagher, to the company’s Board of Directors. Maly, an industry veteran, brings a winning track record and a wealth of experience to the appointment.

Maly grew up working in the family business, Maly's  distribution in the Midwest, Maly took a small Los Angeles distributorship from $2MM to $200MM in sales. In 2007, L'Oreal acquired Maly’s Los Angeles distributorship to begin building its own distribution network, which today is known as SalonCentric.




Today, Maly concentrates on professional cosmetics company, Mirabella, as well as several companies acquired with his own Private Equity group called The People Fund. Maly also owns two restaurants and a brewery called Wolf Creek.

 “John’s significant distribution background and industry knowledge will enable John to play a key role on Macadamia Natural Oil’s Board”, said John Fasan, CEO of Macadamia Natural Oil. “Macadamia Natural Oilis honored and excited to have such a successful and respected industry executive join our Board.”

 Macadamia Natural Oil manufacturers and markets professional hair care product lines focusing on solutions for problem hair. Founded in 2009, Macadamia Natural Oil has offices in the United States and the Netherlands, and distribution in over 80 countries worldwide.



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