President & Chief Executive Officer Gregg Mollins calls himself a “field man”: he relishes meeting, interacting with, and – now, with 39 years’ experience – mentoring the people whose hard work and dedication make Reliance what it is.
Admittedly “not one for the books,” Gregg directed his problem-solving instincts towards the metals business at a very young age.
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Strong technical and business qualifications with an impressive track record of more than 15 years of hands-on experience in strategic planning, business unit development, project and product management, and system engineering strategies.
In five years he was able to turn the faltering division into a profitable operation, after which he was promoted to Reliance corporate headquarters as Vice President and understudy of longtime President Joe Crider.
As leadership shifted following Reliance’s IPO, Gregg became Chief Operating Officer in 1995.
He joined the Board of Directors in 1997, and since 2002 he has served as the company’s President, to whom all Senior Vice Presidents report.
Gregg‘s hands-on approach keeps his travel schedule busy, and, especially as Reliance continues to grow, he continues to enjoy engaging with Reliance family members in person and Reliance operations on the ground.
In May 2015, he succeeded David Hannah as Reliance’s Chief Executive Officer.
Senior Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer Upon the advice of a local CPA, Karla Lewis decided to become an accountant when she was in elementary school.
She stayed the course, leaving the small farming town she grew up in to earn a BS in Business at Ohio State University, and later became a certified public accountant.