Blake Roney is one of the founders of the company and served as its president and CEO from 1984 until 1996, and as the company’s chairman of the board from 1996 to 2012. Today Nu Skin Enterprises is one of the largest direct selling companies in the world, and its products are sold throughout the Americas, Europe and the Asia Pacific region. The company's stock is publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange.
Blake’s business and civic achievements are numerous and include recognition by the International Business Awards as the 2009 Chairman of the Year, a 2011 Lifetime Achievement Award from the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award program for the Utah region, a 2004 honor as one of the 100 Most Influential People in Utah, recognition as The Utah County Chamber of Commerce 2011 Pillar of the Valley Award, Chief of Mtalimanja Village in Malawi, Africa and an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters degree from Salt Lake Community College.
He earned an academic degree in business finance from Brigham Young University's Marriott School of Management in 1982. The father of eight children, he serves on several community and university boards and is active in civic and religious organizations.
Blake is passionate about his family and motivated by uplifting people around him and helping them reach their potential. Much of the Nu Skin culture reflects these values. He enjoys snow skiing and water sports with his family. He’s a sport enthusiast and loves watching all kinds of sporting events. A life-long learner, Blake is always interested in trying new things, such as painting or even playing the ukulele, and has fun with everything he does.
Sandra N. Tillotson
Founder, Senior Vice President
Sandra Tillotson is a founder of Nu Skin. In 1984, she helped found the company, assisting in the development of the original Nu Skin product line and the establishment of the company’s unique global marketing plan. She was also a member of the company’s Board of Directors until 2012. Her leadership has helped Nu Skin develop into a global multi-billion dollar anti-aging company.
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, Sandie was recognized as one of 30 Women to Watch by Utah Business magazine. In 2015, She was awarded the prestigious “Mover and Shaker Trailblazer Award” by the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) SLC Chapter for her inspiring leadership, hard work and service to the Utah community.
Sandie 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. She 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.
Sandie has a bachelor’s degree in education from Brigham Young University and taught in various Utah public schools.
Steven J. Lund
Co-Founder, Executive Chairman of the Board, Executive Director of Nourish the Children
Steven J. Lund serves as executive chairman of the board for Nu Skin Enterprises. As an early co-Steven J. Lund serves as executive chairman of the board for Nu Skin Enterprises. As an early co-founder, Steve has served in multiple roles at the company including vice chairman of the board from 2006 to 2012, president and CEO from 1996 to 2003, and executive vice president of Nu Skin International.
For several decades, Steve has had meaningful impact on his business, religious, and civic communities. He’s held positions on the Board of Directors for the U.S. Direct Selling Association, BYU Law School Board of Advisors, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Young Men's General Board, and was appointed to the Utah State Board of Regents in 2015.
Steve earned his juris doctorate degree from Brigham Young University’s J. Ruben Clark Law School.
In addition to all of his civic service and community involvements, Steve enjoys playing the guitar, reading great books, and spending time with his family.