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Boise Cascade announced two executive leadership transitions as a result of employee retirements. Mike Brown, the current executive vice president of wood products, will retire May 3 and be succeeded in his role by Troy Little. Erin Nuxoll, senior vice president of human resources, will also retire May 3; in accordance with the retirement, the company is promoting Angella Broesch to the role of vice president of human resources.

Brown joined the company in 1999, serving in several leadership positions prior to his current role. Little has 33 years of service with Boise Cascade, having served in a range of finance, strategy, commodity sales, and operational leadership roles. Additionally, Little served as the region manager for six manufacturing facilities in Oregon; most recently, he served as a senior vice president for Boise Cascade.

Nuxoll has worked for Boise Cascade for 30 years and helped guide the implementation of a new company-wide human resources technology platform. Broesch began her career with Boise Cascade as part of the company’s internal audit team in 2013 before transitioning to lead the human resource center of expertise for benefits and compensation in 2020. She was promoted to senior director of corporate human resources in 2022.

“We have been very intentional in our leadership succession planning and expect a smooth transition,” Nate Jorgensen, CEO of Boise Cascade, said in a prepared statement. “I want to offer my sincere thanks and appreciation to Mike and Erin for their years of service and many contributions to the company. I offer congratulations to Troy and Angella on their new roles. Both of these leaders are guided by our core values, and I know they will bring new perspectives and ideas to advance our success.”