Team

Marcie Wellman

President

Marcie Wellman is President of Lexap Inc., with responsibility for corporate leadership, marketing programs, brand management, and strategic direction. Prior to joining Lexap, she garnered nearly 20 years of notable success and accolades as a sales & marketing leader in the pharmaceutical industry, capital equipment arena and complex hospital environment. Marcie also has global marketing experience as a commodities broker, moving product from the Middle East into the United Sates and throughout Bermuda.

Her greatest strengths are her vision, creativity, drive and leadership. She thrives on challenges, especially those that expand the company’s reach. She is very enthusiastic about Kaela de Jean Inc., due to the solid research behind its innovative products, product effectiveness and the company’s unique ability to position itself as a “game changer” in the very competitive global health & beauty industry.

Most importantly, Marcie believes that ALL women, regardless of their age, ethnicity, or socioeconomic status, deserve access to high quality, cutting edge products that enhance their confidence and unique beauty. She is confident that the Kaela de Jean Inc. product portfolio meets those expectations.

In her free time, Marcie loves spending as much time as possible with her 6yr old son. She enjoys learning and traveling. She studied abroad at the University of Novosibirsk, Siberia. She also lived and worked in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia for 1½ years, teaching English. One of her favorite hobbies is working with professional athletes and professional sports teams from around the world. She is a nationally licensed and recognized sports massage therapist (NLMT).

Marcie holds a master’s degree in business management (MBA) with an emphasis in global business. She is currently a PhD candidate completing her doctorate degree in health administration & public policy.

Brandon Day

Chief Executive Officer

Mr. Brandon Day brings 17 years of International network marketing experience to Lexap. He has worked in significant roles in customer service, global expansion, business development, sales and nearly every facet of distributor-facing roles. He has also achieved high levels positions as a distributor for multiple companies. This prospective has given him a field first approach to business. Having experience in North America and multiple markets in Asia will be a tremendous asset to all strategic sales initiatives for Lexap. Brandon has trained hundreds of thousands of entrepreneurs in various training initiatives. He loves the great outdoors, sports and adventure. His family is his “Why” and his anchor.

Marian Taylor

Executive Vice President

The company’s Skincare and Healthy Body division was founded in 2012 by Marian Taylor, a Ghanaian national who moved to the United Kingdom when she was a young adult under the company brand Kaela De Jean.

As a child growing up in Ghana, Marian would spend hours lost in the countryside obsessively searching out rare and beautiful flowers and plants, which she would blend together with natural spring water and pure Ghanaian oils to form perfume, soaps and body creams for her family.

Thirty years later and 3000 miles away in London, now a director of medical practice at a private health care company, Marian is a busy working mother who craves the natural beauty of these products for her young family.

As her children grow in their less natural environment, their needs have evolved and now a specific need to treat dry skin and other conditions has emerged. Out of desperation to source similar products to those she had made herself as a child but without access to the nature that surrounded her then, she returned to her roots and went back into the countryside to find the flowers, plants and spring water she had used to create as a child.

Years later and a range of new, natural fruit and plant stem-cell based therapies have entered the market, produced by a new cosmetics firm called Kaela de Jean, founded by Marian Taylor.

Years later and a range of new, natural fruit and plant stem-cell based therapies have entered the market, produced by a new cosmetics firm called Kaela de Jean, founded by Marian Taylor.

As our founder and innovator of the Kaela de Jean brand of products, Marian has now taken her childhood creations from the countryside in Ghana out into the world, producing a full range of nutritional fruit and plant stem-cell-based therapies in an accessible range of products, available anywhere in the world under Lexap.

Michael Andam

Chief Operations Officer

Michael Andam is an avid fitness and wellness instructor and personal trainer who joins the Lexap team to provide the needed nutritional and fitness regimen needed by our products and services patrons to live a healthy lifestyle. Known to many as the health coach/Personal training extraordinaire, Michael was born in Ghana but moved to the United States to pursue his educational goals. He graduated from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah and competed in track and field for the school’s athletic team. As a sports enthusiast with a very good understanding of body mechanics and what it takes to bring out the best in every body through hard work, proper nutrition and consistency, Michael embarked on developing the best fitness programs for friends and family which yielded incredible results and helped create a buzz about his gifted ability to help regular people achieve their fitness desires. Since this discovery, Michael has been instrumental in the development of many nutritional and fitness work programs and partnered with his brother Kenny Andam to create the Andam Fit suite of fitness products and attire to help consumers structure their daily lifestyles around staying healthy and eating right. Michaels programs are safe, effective, fun and customized towards improving the overall health of all Lexap product clients and consumers.

With this focus Lexap is happy to have Michael lead our wellness department where he works hard to understand what our customer’s fitness and nutritional needs are so we can begin their transformation to a fit and healthy lifestyle from day one of their joining LEXAP. Michael's motto is "BE COMMITTED AND EXERCISE PATIENCE."

Pearl Amoah

Vice President

Combining Beauty, Intellect and a Big Heart for the Less Fortunate Image Pearl Amoah served as Miss Northern Region in 1994, Miss Universe Ghana 1996, and an international model in the United States, Paris, London, Germany, Ivory Coast and Ghana. She was awarded with the Ebony Africa Model of the year in 1999.

In 1999 she established Fashion House, a highly successful fashion boutique and PearlProjects for her incredible talent in creativity and design in Accra. There is always an opportunity for Pearl Amoah to help promote events in Ghana. She choreographed the fashion segment of the Millennium Excellency 2000 awards and was presented with the best choreographer of the millennium.

In 2001 Pearl launched Fashion Week in Accra. She produces it annually by bringing together top designers all over Africa to celebrate the African art, textiles and designs of all sorts. Pearl lunched her debut line Pearl in 2004 in Accra then later partnered with JP Miller and lunched JosephPearl Line in 2004. In 2005 Pearl & JP opened the first boutique in Soho NY.

In 2006 she was invited by the Harvard Business School as a Fashion Moderator for their annually conference organized by the African Business Club.

She is a well known Fashion / Interior and architectural designer. Pearl Amoah has a Bachelor of Arts in Hospitality Management from Westbourn University London, and Architecture & Interior Design from Parsons School of Design in New York. In interview with Ameyaw Debrah (Jamati, 2008), Pearl notes that she has worked with some of the world's most acclaimed designers such as Roberto Cavalli, Vivien Westwood, Halston, Donna Karen, Alberta Ferreti, Ralph Rucci, Jakie Rogers, Armani, Valentino and many more. Photographers such as Peter Lindberg, Dewy Nicks, Marco Glaviano, Frank Otten and Gean-Luca have captured Pearl's radiant beauty for various magazines such as Vibe, Paris Voici, Essence, Black Elegance, Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, and Cosmo Girl. She also booked campaigns such as Fruit of the Loom, Oil of Olay, Black Hair, Spiegel and Black Opal.

The interview further noted that (Jamati, 2008), Pearl isn't only about the glitz and glamour of the fashion world; she has worked on a number of humanitarian courses to ameliorate the plights of her people. In 2005, she helped a non-profit organization to organize a charitable soiree in New York to raise money for Ghanaian homeless children. Since her return to Ghana, Pearl has devoted her time and resources to helping the needy in society. She has held a charity fashion show fundraisers in support of autistic children in the New Horizon Special School, as well as fishermen in some fishing communities in Accra. She also has an ongoing project on leukaemia and lymphoma

She Co-produced and hosted “The Sew Project” in 2008, another fashion hit TV reality show for new fashion designers and models and was aired on GTV for a season.

Pearl Amoah was appointed as the Visual merchandiser for woodin in 2008- 2009 with tasks of overseeing the entitre African market, window display, new trends, styling for all the shops in the african countries.

For the past 7 years, Pearl has been developing her own brand extensively for the Afro centric consumer. She also started her accessory line named Pearl Amoah Accessories.

She became Mrs. Ghana international in 2015 and used the platform to launch her NGO, The Pearl Amoah Foundation dedicated to street girls. She sets up free training skill sessions for Kayayei and street pedlers that want more in life.

Pearl is currently working on her new fashion show "THEPEARLAMOAHFASHIONSHOW" which was debut onthe 22nd of Oct. 2016 For underground and unown designers in Ghana. Her next show dubbed “REVEALED” hits the media on the 30th on Dec. 2016

Pearl is currently working on her new fashion show "THEPEARLAMOAHFASHIONSHOW" which was debut onthe 22nd of Oct. 2016 For underground and unown designers in Ghana. Her next show dubbed “REVEALED” hits the media on the 30th on Dec. 2016

The Red show, another hit was the 3rd edition of THE PEARL AMOAH FASHION SHOW Which came off on the 14th of february. The event awarded the most creative red designer and the Innovative Red designer.

Pearl Amoah entered 5 designers And 2models for the upcoming LasVegas FAshion Week social media competition and Sambalake Wear won the first position. They have been invited to represent Ghana in the upcoming LVFW during MAGIC in september.

Pearl Amoah entered 5 designers And 2models for the upcoming LasVegas FAshion Week social media competition and Sambalake Wear won the first position. They have been invited to represent Ghana in the upcoming LVFW during MAGIC in september.

The latest business venture Pearl Amoah has embarked on is a show room and retail shop “PAF Outlet” for the underground designers She’s been working with. The shop is located at the Junction mall Nungua, which Is the Second busiest mall in Ghana after Accra mall With over 15 designers on board.

Pearl Amoah believes in Action as she's been groomed by her spiritual father the Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi.