Rich Friedlen joined GoodSource Solutions in 2013 as the President. He brings with him more than 30+ years’ experience in the foodservice industry, with extensive expertise in Sales and Marketing. Friedlen has formally held leadership roles at Sysco and Food Service of America. Friedlen was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. Friedlen is a graduate of DePauw University.
Stephanie McCart joined GoodSource Solutions in 2013 as the Vice President of Sales and Marketing. McCart has 25+ years of experience within the foodservice industry where she held managerial and other roles within the hotel and restaurant industry both in the United States and abroad. McCart also has 20+ years of experience for a broadline foodservice distributor representing all foodservice channels, product categories and international sales and logistics where she served as a Vice President of Contract Sales. McCart’s experience provides a broader perspective into the new growth opportunities unfolding in the marketplace for GoodSource Solutions, its customers, and its suppliers.
Brandon Marvin joined GoodSource Solutions in 2013 and became the Vice President of Product Development & Sourcing in 2014. Prior to joining GoodSource, he served as General Manager of Heartland Meat Company, Inc. implementing new vendor relationships and crafted partnerships with other food distribution companies. Marvin has over 15+ years’ experience in the food industry from food service sales, distribution and manufacturing. Marvin received a Computer Applications & Networking Certification from Coleman College as well as various courses from Rockhurst University, California Highway Patrol Continuing Education and Vortex Data Systems. In 2004, he orchestrated and managed a ground-up construction project for a new 50,000 sq. ft. industrial building - facilitating all planning, bid submissions, inspections and Contractor assignments. Marvin grew up in San Diego, California and like many Southern Californians has grown fond of surfing and paddle boarding. He also enjoys spending time with his wife and sons.
Jim Worrall joined GoodSource Solutions in 2013 as the Vice President of Client Solutions and Contract Sales. He brings 35+ years’ experience as a sales executive within the foodservice industry - including 34 years with Sysco Corporation where he served in several sales and managerial roles at the national, regional and local levels. Previous responsibilities have included overseeing regional sales teams across the United States, preparing and presenting proposals and multi-million-dollar distribution agreements to foodservice chains, new business development and organic growth, across all industry channels and in all foodservice and related product categories. Worrall grew up in Fulshear, Texas and just west of Houston. In his free time enjoys fly fishing, sports and travel. Worrall is a graduate of University of Houston.
Lori Wolner joined GoodSource Solutions in 2018, after serving as Founder and Principal of Renlow Associates, LLC, a company dedicated to providing expert HR consultant and workplace investigation services. Prior to Renlow Associates, Wolner worked in multiple senior-level HR leadership positions for 20+ years with Sysco Corporation, a Fortune 100 company, where her responsibilities included leading and managing the enterprise’s HR compliance work relating to EEO, AAP and Diversity, as well as performing in the field as a Vice President of HR for two distribution centers. Wolner is certified as a Senior Certified Professional of the Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM-SCP) and Certificate Holder of the Association of Workplace Investigators (AWI-CH). Wolner is an active member of the Association of Workplace Investigators (AWI) where she serves as a faculty member for AWI’s 5-day training Institutes on conducting workplace investigations. Wolner has been a member of the Society of Human Resources Management Association (SHRM) since 1995. She is a past board member of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), MFHA (Multicultural Foodservice Hospitality Alliance), and SER (SER - Jobs for Progress). Wolner also served as conference co-chair in 2007 for the Women’s Foodservice Forum (WFF).