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Topgold names Maryam Morse as chief people officer.

Topgolf names Maryam Morse chief people officer

Former Andrews Distributing executive to join eatertainment brand on May 27

Topgolf has named Maryam Morse as chief people officer, effective May 27, the company announced Wednesday.

The Dallas-based golf and entertainment brand said Morse most recently served as executive vice president of humor resources and communications at Andrews Distributing, the beer and spirits wholesaler.

Topgolf-chief-people-officer-Mariyam-Morse.jpgIn her new role, Morse will oversee recruitment and retention, leadership development, training and compliance, the employee experience and Topgolf’s internal mental well-being platform.

She will be a part of the executive leadership team that reports to Topgolf CEO Artie Starrs.

“Maryam’s extensive background in evolving and enhancing the employee experience will be a great benefit to all of us at Topgolf,” Starrs  said in a statement.

“We’re fortunate at Topgolf to have found a leader who not only has the expertise for the role but also embraces our brand’s playful spirit and focus on company culture,” Starrs said.

Prior position at Andrews Distributing, which she assumed in 2018, Morse held various leadership roles at the global organizational consulting firm Korn Ferry for more than17 years, and she also worked as management consultant for Accenture.

“I’m thrilled to be joining such a fun, high-growth company with a culture that is front and center,” Morse said. “As a Topgolf player, I’ve always enjoyed the camaraderie and fun I’ve had when visiting a Topgolf venue, and to now be part of that experience is truly rewarding.”

Topgolf is owned by Topgolf Callaway Brands Corp. and has about 100 venues for games, food and drink.

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