Sharghi joins Kimball InternationalMay 9, 2019
From Local Sources
JASPER — Kimball International Inc. announced Tuesday that it has appointed Koorosh Sharghi to the newly created position of vice president of strategy and transformation, effective immediately.
He will be responsible for leading the company’s transformational growth strategy and integration efforts. Sharghi will report to Kimball International CEO Kristie Juster and partner with the senior leadership team to deliver on business strategy execution in the Kimball, National and Kimball Hospitality businesses in alignment with Kimball International’s long-term growth strategy.
“I am excited to welcome Koorosh to our executive leadership team in this integral role supporting the execution of our newly announced Kimball International Connect strategy,” Juster said. “With his impressive range of experience in business transformation, integration, program leadership, marketing operations, finance and building center-led organizations, I am confident Koorosh will be a key driver for our next chapter of growth.”
Sharghi joins Kimball International with more than 14 years of experience in business transformation, integration, program leadership, finance, operations, digital marketing and marketing operations.
“I am honored to be joining Kimball International at this pivotal time in the company’s history,” Sharghi said. “I look forward to working with the leadership and broader team to execute our Purpose-driven, transformational growth strategy.”
Sharghi earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Accounting from Tennessee Wesleyan College.
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