Kate Mitchell joins the leadership team of Majestic Steel USA as executive vice president and chief marketing officer. Cleveland-based Majestic is a privately held distributor and processor of flat-rolled steel serving customers in manufacturing, construction and distribution throughout North America. Reporting to Majestic CEO Todd Leebow, Mitchell will oversee brand marketing and corporate communications, as well as strategic partnerships and collaborations.
“I’m thrilled to be joining the world-class team Todd has built,” said Mitchell. “Too often people feel they need to remain siloed in one field. I believe the ability to take past experience and apply it to a new industry or role is where real growth can be found. I’m looking forward to not only adding to the core business but also diversifying our revenue streams.”
Prior to joining Majestic, Mitchell was chief revenue officer at Gary Vaynerchuk’s Gallery Media Group, a digital publishing company. She previously served as senior vice president of sales for The Oprah Winfrey Network, where she led advertising sales and partnerships. Mitchell has 15 years of experience leading and scaling world-class brands. In 2017, she was named a Woman to Watch by Ad Age magazine.
“We’re happy to add Kate to the Majestic leadership team,” said Leebow. “Kate’s experience growing businesses in other industries brings a fresh perspective to Majestic. We’re looking at our business in a different way today, and we see opportunity to grow and innovate in our core business and beyond.”
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