CountryMark Names New Vice President of Corporate Services

Jun 06 2022

 

CountryMark recently named Mike Leland as vice president of corporate services leading the corporate teams of human resources, information technology, division order and management systems.

In this role, Leland will be responsible for leadership in supporting CountryMark’s people, processes, and technology.

“I’m excited to have Mike on CountryMark’s executive team,” said Matt Smorch, CountryMark president and chief executive officer. “Mike drives for excellence and has been a reliable leader of the human resources team since joining the company.  His collaboration and input will be valuable to the executive team as we continue to improve into the future.”

Providing a high level of service, optimizing costs, aligning processes, and improving technology to support CountryMark’s customers, employees and stakeholders will be the primary focus of corporate services.

Leland joined CountryMark in 2018 serving as the director of human resources. He holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Hope College and a master’s degree in human resources and labor relations from Michigan State University. Prior to CountryMark, he worked at Marathon Petroleum Company in several human resource leadership positions.

Leland lives in Indianapolis with his wife, Jackie.


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