Prior to joining Marquee Brands, Heath L Golden served as EVP, Chief Financial & Strategy Officer of Randa Apparel & Accessories (RAA). During his tenure as the company's CFO, he successfully managed the business through the global pandemic. Before his CFO role, Mr. Golden served as EVP, Chief Strategy Officer of RAA, spearheading the acquisitions of the Haggar and Tribal brands and a significant ownership stake in Moss Bros. in the U.K. He was also President of Randa Digital Labs, where he led efforts to build digital-first direct-to-consumer businesses and supported the omnichannel growth of RAA's retail partners, paving the way for RAA's rapid growth.
Before Randa, Heath was President, Americas for Bendon Group, a leading intimates company based in Sydney, Australia. While at Bendon, he more than doubled the size of the U.S. business. His achievements include conceiving and launching Heidi Klum Intimates into Macy's, Nordstrom, and Bloomingdales, and re-launching Frederick's of Hollywood as an online pureplay. This followed eight years at Hampshire Group, Limited, where he joined as Vice President of Business Development and ultimately served over three-and-a-half years as President and Chief Executive Officer.
Kevin Sharkey is the Executive Vice President and Executive Creative Director of Design for the Martha Stewart Brand. He leads the creative teams in the development of thousands of products for partners including Amazon, Macy’s, QVC and Staples, and he is responsible for overseeing all Martha Stewart publishing content. Kevin began working at Martha Stewart Living in 1996, after studying architecture at Rhode Island School of Design, and after working under Albert Hadley at the interior design firm of Parish Hadley. He hosted a weekly gardening and design radio show, Home Design on SIRIUS XM, and made regular appearances on The Martha Stewart Show. Kevin is passionate about horticulture, and flowers in particular, and co-author of Martha’s Flowers: A Practical Guide to Growing, Gathering and Enjoying, published in 2018.