WARROAD, Minn. – Marvin, a manufacturer of windows and doors, has named Joe Sedgwick as its new chief financial officer. Sedgwick will join the company’s senior leadership team, oversee its financial performance and support the development of deeper organizational functional capabilities.
“Joe [Sedgwick] has a proven track record of success at world-class global organizations and we are thrilled to welcome him to our company and leadership team,” said Paul Marvin, chief executive officer. “As a collaborative thought leader, Joe is a true team-builder and excellent communicator who will further enhance Marvin’s unique culture, values and performance.”
Marvin is an FDMC 300 company, ranking #16 on the list with $1 billion in sales, employs 6,000, and operates eight manufacturing facilities.
Sedgwick has more than 25 years of experience in leadership roles and has built successful financial organizations throughout his career. Most recently, he was the vice president and chief financial officer for JLG Industries, a $4 billion division of Oshkosh, where he delivered exceptional results in revenue and profitability objectives.
Sedgwick has deep change-management experience and co-led JLG Industries’ strategic roadmap while prioritizing key investments and growth opportunities. He also helped lead JLG through the COVID-19 pandemic, delivering a profitable year despite a significant drop in sales, and positioned the business for rebound growth without permanent layoffs.
Before JLG, he spent nearly a decade leading financial teams across the globe with Lexmark International, a $4 billion technology company with more than 13,000 employees.
“Marvin’s unique combination of established history and cutting-edge approach to innovation in its products, services and culture makes it an exciting place to be,” said Sedgwick. “I’m ready to further the great work Marvin has in progress.”
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