Our Founders

MonaVie was founded by an innovative team of professionals dedicated to changing lives around the world through exceptional nutritional products and rewarding opportunities.

Dallin A. Larsen

Dallin has worked in direct sales and with nutritional products for more than two decades, and his valuable knowledge and insight has helped make MonaVie the No. 1 fastest growing company in Utah.* Behind Dallin’s leadership, MonaVie was recognized as the No. 1 fastest growing company in the Inc. 500 Food & Beverage category in only its fifth year of existence. Dallin’s love and appreciation for distributors is the driving force behind MonaVie’s reputation for being a company that puts its distributors first. With this philosophy, Dallin has accomplished unprecedented success in just a short time with MonaVie and has garnered well-deserved personal recognition, including being named a 2009 Ernst & Young National Entrepreneur Of The Year® Award Winner and the 2010 Utah Business magazine CEO of the Year.

* Utah Business magazine, “Fastest Growing Companies Recognized for Success,” Aug. 2009
†Inc. magazine, “Top 100 Inc. 500/5000 Companies by Industry—Food & Beverage,” Aug. 2009


Randy Larsen

From negotiating the first açai deal to serving as MonaVie's first Chief Operating Officer, Randy was integral in establishing MonaVie's core business functions, including our sustainable harvesting initiative for the Amazon Rainforest. This initiative is providing employment to hundreds of families living along the Amazon River and helping to save the rainforest. Randy is a successful entrepreneur, who has owned and operated restaurants, retail chains, and other small businesses throughout the United States. Randy has been actively involved in the development of nutritional products for 25-plus years and has been involved in the direct selling industry for more than 16 years.


Henry Marsh

Henry is a four-time U.S. Olympian in track and field. During his athletic career, he set four American records and was ranked No. 1 in the world for three years. He has consulted with the President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports, served as a member of the executive board for the U.S. Olympic Committee, and was a member of the board of trustees for the Salt Lake Olympic Committee during the 2002 Winter Games. While running and leaping his way through college and international sporting competitions, Henry also earned economics and law degrees that he has put into practice throughout his impressive career.