Irving-based Hollman, Inc. has promoted its COO Sue Hwang to the additional role of president, the company announced on Friday.
She is succeeding the current president, Travis Hollman, who will remain CEO. This is the first time someone outside the Hollman family will hold the position.
“We have experienced unprecedented growth over the past few years and are positioned to reach even more milestones in the immediate future,” Hollman said in a prepared statement. “Sue’s exceptional leadership skills will take us to the next level and ensure that Hollman continues to be the global leader in locker manufacturing.”
Hwang joined Hollman in 1994 as a project coordinator under founder Joe Hollman. She left the company in 2003 before returning in 2011 as VP of the locker division. Hwang was promoted to COO in 2019.
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