Classic Brands recently named Corrie Spohn its first director of administration to oversee all human resources and administrative functions for the specialty mattress producer. Spohn held the position of chief of staff at Pandora Jewelry, where she also reported to Scott Burger, who joined Classic earlier this year as CEO.
Spohn joined Pandora Jewelry in 2012 after five years at Corporate Executive Board, a subsidiary of Gartner, a global best practice insights and technology company providing products and services to business leaders worldwide.
“As our business expands and we continue to grow our team both domestically and abroad, Corrie adds a dimension of vision and experience that will help us deliver world-class policies and process to support that growth,” Burger said. “Because we have worked together in the past, we have a shared sense of vision and values that should expedite her effectiveness for our organization.”
“Classic is an exciting blend of a legacy business with a start-up culture. It is a fast-paced company with an exciting business model. My goal is to build a human resource function that supports the company as it continues to expand and evolve,” said Spohn.
Spohn received a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Salve Regina University. She currently resides in Severna Park, Maryland, with her husband and daughter.
About Classic Brands: Classic Brands uses the finest materials from around the world including all-natural and high-performance covers, Talalay and Dunlop latex, memory foam, gel-infused memory foam, innerspring and wrapped coil hybrid. Classic’s line of gel-memory foam and hybrid mattresses, with various luxurious constructions, represents the fastest growing segment of the bedding market. Classic Brands is committed to being on the cutting edge of designing and producing innovative products for people to sleep healthier. Its sleep systems are designed to help you get the maximum benefit out of each night of sleep.