Sandie Tillotson

Sandie Tillotson

Founder, Executive Vice President

Sandie Neaman Tilltoson is a Founder of Nu Skin Enterprises. In 1984, Tillotson helped found Nu Skin International, assisting in the development of the original Nu Skin product line and the establishment of the company’s unique global marketing plan. Tillotson was also a member of the company’s Board of Directors until 2012. Her leadership has helped Nu Skin develop into a substantial international company operating in 52 countries with more than $1 billion in annual sales. As early as 1993 Working Woman magazine named Sandie Tillotson one of the top 10 female business owners in the U.S. In 2001, Feminine Fortunes magazine awarded her the honor of being one of just 50 "Women of the New Millennium" alongside Katie Couric, Oprah Winfrey, and Sandra Day O'Connor. In 2011, Tillotson was recognized as one of 30 Women to Watch by Utah Business magazine.

Tillotson is also involved in many philanthropic efforts. She is a trustee of the Nu Skin "Force for Good Foundation," a private foundation established to improve the lives of children by offering them hope for a life free from disease, illiteracy and poverty. Tillotson also serves as vice president of "Seacology," an international environmental non-profit organization that focuses on saving endangered species, habitats and cultures of islands throughout the world. She earned a B.S. degree in education from Brigham Young University and taught in various Utah public schools. Tillotson enjoys her many roles as businesswoman, philanthropist and, most of all, mother to her four children and seven grandchildren.

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