We are delighted to announce the addition of Leah Kirkland to our team at R&A Marketing as our new Vice President of Business Development. With over 17 years of experience in the furniture website and technology industry, Leah brings a wealth of expertise and knowledge to our organization.
Leah has an impressive track record, having held key positions at Outward Inc. as Vice President of Business Development, where she spent over seven years successfully expanding their market presence. Prior to that, she served as MicroD as Director of Account Development, where she played an instrumental role in driving business growth and nurturing client relationships.
In her new role at R&A Marketing, Leah will be responsible for overseeing branding initiatives, sales strategies, and onboarding new clients. She will also represent R&A Marketing at various industry events and markets, further strengthening our position within the market.
Leah’s position as VP of Business Development is a newly created role that underscores our commitment to continuous growth and expansion. She will directly report to the owners of R&A Marketing, ensuring seamless communication and alignment with our strategic objectives.
Kyle Doran, CEO, had this to say about how Leah joining R&A Marketing: “With Leah’s extensive experience and proven track record in driving business success for retailers, we are confident that her expertise will elevate our business development efforts to new heights. Her passion for customer satisfaction and dedication to excellence align perfectly with our core values.”
Please join us in welcoming Leah Kirkland to the R&A Marketing team! We are excited about the value she brings and look forward to achieving great milestones together.
Meet with Leah Kirkland
Not sure where to start? Schedule a free 45 minute strategy session with our VP Business Development, Leah Kirkland. With over 17 years experience in the home furnishings industry, Leah has been featured in numerous industry publications and has been a speaker at industry conferences, trade shows, and markets.