A month after Confluence Watersports named a new CEO, the paddling company's top sales and marketing executive has resigned.

Kelley Woolsey, EVP sales and marketing at Confluence Watersports, has
resigned from the company, SportsOneSource confirmed.

Confluence is the parent company for Wilderness Systems touring kayaks, Wave Sport whitewater kayaks, Dagger touring and whitewater kayaks, Perception touring and whitewater kayaks, Mainstream recreational kayaks, Mad River Canoe, Adventure Technology whitewater and touring paddles, and Harmony water sports accessories.

Woolsey,who joined the Paddlesports Industry Association as an at-large board member in January 2007, will remain involved with the organization.

Last month Confluence Watersports named Sue Rechner president and CEO, effective, Dec. 17. Rechner has more than 15 years of experience in consumer products and was previously president of Victorinox Swiss Army, Inc. She also simultaneously served as CEO of Victorinox Swiss Army Watch and Victorinox Apparel.

At the time of the announcement, Confluence said it had no plans to make other executive changes, citing the existence of “a solid and dedicated team.”

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