Club One Makes Organizational Changes

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SAN FRANCISCO -- Club One has made personnel changes in its corporate health and fitness management division.

The San Francisco-based company announced this week that chairman of the board Robin Klaus, who took over as CEO for Jim Mizes in July, will continue to oversee Club One’s corporate health and fitness channel.

Valerie Gordon and Cheryl Ridall will succeed Robyn VanDerLuit as vice president of corporate health and fitness at Club One. Also, Tom Nelson, vice president, will drive new business development for the company’s corporate health and fitness management division and all partner management accounts.

“This strategic leadership transition is a result of our commitment to grow this channel and to our continued dedication to our clients,” Klaus said in a statement. “Valerie Gordon and Cheryl Ridall are two exemplary business professionals with complementary expertise that further strengthens our position as the country’s most experienced management team in corporate fitness and population health management.”

Klaus added that VanDerLuit was a significant contributor to Club One’s corporate fitness and wellness activities.

“We are deeply grateful to Robyn and wish her all the best in the successes that await her,” he said.

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