Sharp Electronics Corp. announced Wednesday two promotions to its executive management team.
Mike Marusic has been promoted to chief operating officer as well as executive vice president of marketing for the B2B sector.
Marusic will report directly to Doug Albregts, chairman, CEO and president of the Mahwah-based company. Marusic will be responsible for corporate marketing, services, information technology, human resources, facilities and purchasing, as well as overseeing marketing strategies in the B2B space.
“Mike has done an outstanding job over the past 14 years in a variety of executive roles driving the marketing, business solutions, operations and technical services groups within Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America,” Albregts said. “His vast wealth of knowledge and expertise will be invaluable in his expanded role as COO, helping us enhance efficiencies across the organization and achieve our objectives for growth and profitability.”
“I’m very excited to take on this new position within the SEC organization,” said Marusic. As Sharp continues to be recognized globally for its products and innovations, I look forward to working with all of our business groups to enhance the brand in the market while creating and executing strategies across the organization that achieve a more unified and efficient operation.”
The company also announced Moonsun Park’s promoted to vice president, SEC controller.
Park will report to Bill Flynn, senior vice president of financial and chief financial officer, and will be responsible for general accounting, consolidations and reporting, FP&A and AP. She will also manage the company’s financial auditing.
“Moonsun is a respected leader and an invaluable resource within the finance group at Sharp,” Flynn said. “She has distinguished herself in a variety of management positions, consistently striving to improve business processes to positively impact the organization.”
“I am very excited for this opportunity to work with the local leadership at SEC and look forward to contributing toward Sharp’s future success,” Park said.