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Mr. Mangaldas has served as a Senior Vice President of Strategy, Global Procurement, and Supply Chain since 2019. Previously he served as Vice President of Supply Chain, Pricing Strategy, and Global Market Intelligence. Mr. Mangaldas began his career at Unifi in 1998, and over the following 20+ years at the Company, he has held multiple leadership roles in areas including strategic planning, business development, procurement, financial planning and analysis, information technology, and systems and market research.

Mr. Mangaldas received his Master of Business Administration and Post-Masters Management Degree from University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Business from Sri Ramakrishna College, India.

Unifi Leadership

Albert P. Carey
Executive Chairman
Edmund ("Eddie") Ingle
Chief Executive Officer and Director
Craig A. Creaturo
Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
Hongjun Ning
Executive Vice President, President of UTSC and President of UAP
Meredith Boyd
Senior Vice President of Sustainability, Technology & Innovation
Jay Hertwig
Senior Vice President of Commercialization
Alison Jester
Senior Vice President of Human Resources
Sohan Mangaldas
Senior Vice President of Strategy, Global Procurement & Supply Chain
Brad Nations
Vice President of Manufacturing
Mark Sidden
Senior Vice President of Transformation & Digitization, Chief Information Officer
Greg Sigmon
Senior Vice President, General Counsel & Corporate Secretary
Bev Sylvester
Vice President of Marketing and Communications

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At Unifi, employees are our most vital element for success. The textile industry is one of the most technologically advanced businesses in the world, and our employees provide our competitive edge in the marketplace.

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The Unifi Story

The roots of the Unifi story actually began before the birth of the company's founder, George Allen Mebane IV, who was born in 1929 in Greensboro, North Carolina.