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  • LEADERSHIP

    NEW AGE BEVERAGE TEAM

    BRENT WILLIS

    CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

    NEW AGE BEVERAGES CORPORATION AND Noni by NewAge
    Brent Willis is the CEO of New Age Beverages Corporation, the fastest-growing healthy beverage company in the world, and 40th largest beverage company overall. Prior to this, Willis served as CEO for the Cott Corporation, and as the Chief Commercial Officer and President of AB InBev, he developed and implemented strategy and business plans that created the world's largest beer company.
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    GREG GOULD

    CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER

    NEW AGE BEVERAGES CORPORATION AND Noni by NewAge

    Greg Gould is the CFO of New Age Beverages Corporation and Noni by NewsAge. Prior to this, Gould served in either the CEO or CFO role at six different publicly trade companies, including SeraCare Life Sciences, Atrix Labs, and Colorado MedTech, all of which he sold to maximize shareholder value. He has over 20 years of experience in executive roles in the consumer goods and biotech industries. He has successfully lead publicly traded companies creating triple digit growth in both revenue and return to shareholders.

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    GLENN ROGERS

    HEAD OF BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

    NEW AGE BEVERAGES CORPORATION AND Noni by NewAge

    Glenn Rogers recently joined Noni by NewAge as Head of Business Development. Glenn has deep experience in mergers and acquisitions, playing an instrumental role in over 100 transactions on a global level. He also has many years of senior management experience in both public and private companies, managing as many as 5,000 employees in both union and non-union environments. Recently, he has been advising and sourcing deals for several private equity and venture capital firms. He is an active early stage investor in emerging brands, currently serving on the board of one of the companies he helped fund.

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