Vancouver, Bathroom.–Nautilus, Inc. (NYSE: NLS), Private Home Innovation Innovation Leader, Kelly Hall, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Entertainment Equipment, Inc. (REI), and Shailesh Prakash, Chief. Washington Post Information Officer and Vice President of Digital Product Development Starting October 21, 2021, he was appointed to the Board of Directors.

The appointments of Mrs. Hall and Mr. Prakash come at a crucial time for the company’s long-term strategic plan. Ms. Hall has extensive experience in leading financial strategy and managing the ecological ecosystem at a number of leading companies, including REI, the country’s largest consumer cooperative. Mr. Prakash has strong engineering and digital strategy experience and has led to a number of digital growth changes, including transition to and use of business models.

“We are thrilled to have Kelly and Schillish join our board of directors,” said Mt. The company’s innovation and connected home development.

About Kelly Hall

Ms. Hall is currently the Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of REI, the country’s largest consumer cooperative, which manages financial planning and analysis, strategy, sustainability, accounting, treasury, internal audit, tax, strategic resources and assets. Defensive teams. Prior to REI, Hull Senior Vice President, Chief Accountant and Treasurer of Nordstrom Inc. From 1994 to 2008, Hull supported US retail and corporate finance in a variety of financial management roles, including vice president. Ms. Hall serves on the Board of Trustees of the Seattle Foundation. She received a bachelor’s degree in art and a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Washington.

Ms. Hole commented, “I look forward to joining the Nautilus Board at this exciting time in the company’s evolution and giving it a great opportunity to continue as a key player in the connected home fitness category.”

About Shilesh Prakash

Mr. Prakash is currently the Chief Information Officer and Vice President of Digital Product Development at the Washington Post and is responsible for product development and technology issues, including the web, mobile, video, print and advertising. Under his leadership and close partnership with the news department, Post has made tremendous digital growth. He also led Arc XP, a post-growth global software-as-a-service business. Designed to meet the needs of publishers, distributors and brands, this state-of-the-art digital platform and toolkit currently supports more than 1,500 sites in the United States and around the world. Mr. Prakash has extensive experience in senior positions in a number of industries. He began his career as a software engineer at several technology companies, including Sun Microsystems and Netscape, where he was a key member of Bing’s search engine. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Mumbai, a Master of Computer Science from Clementon University, and a Master of Business Administration from Georgia State University.

Mr Prakash said: “I am delighted to be a leading innovator in the company’s in-house fitness team, joining Nautilus Board during this time of change, creating inspiring and inspiring experiences for award-winning customers.

About Nautilus, Inc.

Nautilus, Inc. (NYSE: NLS) is a global leader in digital connected home fitness solutions. The company’s brand family includes Bowflex®, Nautilus®, Schwinn® and JRNY®, a digital fitness platform. Extensive selection of exercise bikes, cardio equipment and strength training products, Nautilus, Inc. Promotes a healthy lifestyle through individual exercises. And when you do that, you want to build a healthy world at the same time.

Headquartered in Vancouver, Washington, the company’s products are sold directly to consumers through brand websites and retail partners throughout the US and internationally. Nautilus, Inc. Uses the site’s Investors Contact Page ( To provide information to investors and the market.

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