Dave helped found publicly traded USANA Health Sciences, Inc. in 1992, and was instrumental in leading it to $1 billion in sales while serving over 1/2 million families. At USANA, Dave played many roles, including: VP of Strategic Development, Executive Vice President, President and CEO. USANA Health Sciences, Inc. develops and manufactures nutritional, personal care and weight-management products. In January 2009, Dave was named by Forbes.com as one of "America's Powerful CEOs 40 and Under". His focus on providing an exceptional workplace for employees worldwide led to Outside magazine naming USANA to its "Best Places to Work" list seven times.
Baker was drafted by the Atlanta Braves in the 1967 amateur draft out of Del Campo High School near Sacramento, California. He began his major league baseball career as an outfielder for the Braves in 1968. As a Brave, he earned a spot as a footnote in history. On April 8, 1974, he was on deck when Hank Aaron hit home run 715 to pass Babe Ruth in career home runs. Baker also played for the Los Angeles Dodgers, the San Francisco Giants and the Oakland Athletics.
Baker's coaching career started as a first base coach for the San Francisco Giants in 1988, and then he spent the following four years (1989–1992) as the hitting coach, and finally became the manager in 1993. Baker has also held Manager positions with the Chicago Cubs, Cincinnati Reds and the Washington Capitals.
Baker enjoyed many accolades throughout his career: 2x All Star (1981, 1982), World Series champion (1981), NLCS MVP (1977), Gold Glove (1981) and 3x NL Manager of the Year (1993, 1997, 2000). Additionally, Baker is an accomplished businessman, owning Baker Family Wines and Baker Energy Team which services the cannabis cultivation industry.
With over 20 years in general management and C-suite positions in the global wellness and direct selling arenas, Arazi-Gamliel has operated in the North America, Australia, Japan, UK, Russia and Israel markets. During his tenure Arazi-Gamliel was responsible for building from scratch, as well as restructuring, numerous direct selling operations. In his latest executive position, Arazi-Gamliel served as Chief Global Officer and Head of M&A of Rodan + Fields, a prestige dermatology-inspired skincare brand that grew to over $1.5B in 2017 and became the number 1 skin-care brand in North America. In this position, Arazi-Gamliel was instrumental in creating key field behavioural programs and the global market entry strategies.
Stacy started his career at JP Morgan Chase where he was one of the leaders in the development of the bank's asset securitization business in the late 1980's. Stacy served as Chief Operating Officer for Dormont Manufacturing Company, the leading manufacturer of stainless steel gas appliance connectors, for 16 years where he successfully managed the company through a period of rapid growth and eventual sale to a strategic buyer. He then served as SVP Global Operations for Herbalife Nutrition where he led the development of the company's manufacturing and supply chain strategic plan. Stacy then served as CEO of Bacharach, Inc., a manufacturer of gas leak detection instruments, where he managed the successful turnaround of the company. Most recently, Stacy has been an investor in and advisor to several startups, an active trader in the capital markets and serves on the boards of several charities.