Regional President East
Charlene Chiang is the regional president of Nu Skin East. Prior to this, she served as regional president of Nu Skin Greater China and president of Nu Skin Taiwan. She has also served as the president of Nu Skin Singapore, Malaysia and Brunei, general manager of Nu Skin Singapore and general manager of the company’s Pharmanex division in Taiwan.
In addition to her responsibilities at Nu Skin, Charlene has been actively involved in many other organizations. In the past, she has served as chairperson of Taiwan’s Direct Selling Association from 2013-2016, chairperson of Taipei’s Cosmetics Industry Association from 2010-2014, chairperson of the Organization Committee of WFDSA World Congress XIII in 2008, and vice president of the Direct Selling Association of Singapore from 2003-2007, executive director of Taiwan’s Association of Multilevel Marketing, director of the Chinese Academy of Direct Selling Management, director of International Life Science Institute of Taiwan, and executive supervisor of Taiwan’s Advertiser’ Association.
Since 2017, Charlene has served on the WFDSA Association Advisory Council. In 2009, she was selected as a 100MVP Manager by Manager Today Magazine, and in 2010 was named China’s Outstanding Female Entrepreneur by the China Association of Women Entrepreneurs (CAWE).
Prior to joining Nu Skin, Charlene worked at a leading advertising agency. She received her bachelor’s degree in Japanese from Fu Jen Catholic University and a master of business administration from National Taiwan University and Fudan University.
Tyler V. Whitehead
Regional President West
Tyler Whitehead is the regional president of Nu Skin West, which includes the Americas, Europe, Middle East, Africa and the Pacific. Prior to his appointment, Tyler served as regional president of the Americas and Pacific , as well as vice president of sales and operations for the Americas region. He also formerly served as a vice president and as general counsel for the company’s Pharmanex and Nu Skin divisions.
Whitehead joined Nu Skin Enterprises in 2004 as general counsel of Pharmanex. Prior to joining Nu Skin, he was an attorney in private practice specializing in corporate, finance and securities law. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Idaho State University and his juris doctorate from Willamette University College of Law.
Vicky (Pakapun) Leevutinun
President, Southeast Asia
Vicky Leevutinun, Ph.D., serves as president of Nu Skin’s Southeast Asia region. She has spent more than 20 years in management positions at Nu Skin and brings more than 20 years of experience in the direct selling industry. In her current role, she oversees the operation of Thailand, Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei, Indonesia and Vietnam.
Vicky served as the president of Thailand’s Direct Selling Association (TDSA) from July 2014 to June 2016. Recently, she is a member of the Association Services Committee for the World Federation of Direct Selling Associations (WFDSA), helping direct selling associations worldwide align policies and promote industry awareness.
Dr. Leevutinun is also the Chairman of the Board for the Nu Skin Southeast Asia Children’s Heart Fun (SEACHF) which helps save children with congenital heart disease. Together, with the Nu Skin distributor force, SEACHF has saved more than 10,000 children within the region.
In her free time, Vicky enjoys spending time at the beach with her family and is always on the lookout for things that are pink – her signature color.
President, Europe, Middle East and Africa Region
Mikael Linder is the president of Nu Skin’s Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region. Linder joined Nu Skin as Nordic general manager in 2001 and was promoted to president of the European region in 2006. Since then, the region has expanded to cover Europe, Middle East and Africa, and it now covers more than half of Nu Skin’s geographical markets.
Prior to joining Nu Skin, he gained practical experience from various management positions within the direct sales industry, mainly focusing on establishing presence in Asia, Africa and India. Linder has a Master of Laws (LLM) degree, which he acquired at the University of Stockholm. He has also studied commercial and corporate law at the London School of Economics.
Outside the office hours, Mikael enjoys all forms of outdoor activities. In the past couple of years, he has been focused on becoming a better paddle tennis player, a more versatile randonnée skier and an extra patient golf player.