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Fox Factory board member steps down to take position in Trump Administration

Published January 10, 2017

SCOTTS VALLEY, Calif. (BRAIN) — Joseph Hagin, a member of the Fox Factory Holding Corp. board of directors, is stepping down from the board on Jan. 12 to accept an appointment as White House Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations.

"On behalf of our management team and board of directors, I would like to thank Joe for his thoughtful contributions, commitment and leadership on our board over the last several years," said Larry L. Enterline, the company's CEO. "We appreciate Joe's insights, his understanding of the importance of strong governance and his commitment to our shareholders."

Hagin has served as a director on the Fox Factory board since June 2013; he joined the company as a director of its operating subsidiary, Fox Factory Inc., in January 2009. 

Hagin served under President George H.W. Bush and was deputy chief of staff for operations under George W. Bush. According to news reports, he will lead management and administration, White House advance, security, and the military office in the Trump White House.


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