30,000 Distributors Attend doTERRA’s Convention

David Sterling, DoTerra, CEO

 

doTERRA, the leading global essential oils company, recently made history by hosting 30,000 attendees during its annual convention—what is now the highest attended corporate convention in Utah's history. doTERRA direct-sale distributors, known as Wellness Advocates, convened from 38 countries around the globe to take part in the annual four-day conference, predominantly focused on product education, strategic sourcing efforts, and doTERRA's international humanitarian efforts.

This convention is a celebration that sums up a year of progress and success for doTERRA, our partners, and the countless lives that are positively impacted by essential oils, and our unique approach to sourcing and philanthropy, said David Stirling, doTERRA founder and CEO. We look forward to improving the social, economic, and environmental well-being of all those involved for years to come. 

At the convention, doTERRA's non-profit organization, the doTERRA Healing Hands Foundation™, announced significant donations to three organizations that offer hope to millions around the world. A total of $500,000 was given this year to O.U.R. Rescue, an organization dedicated to saving children from sex trafficking.

A $250,000 donation was given to Days for Girls, a non-profit creating quality sustainable hygiene and health education for women and girls. A second $250,000 donation was given to Mentors International, a charitable foundation offering micro loans around the world with transformational program mentoring to impoverished entrepreneurs.

It's amazing to witness what we can accomplish throughout the world with the help of our passionate Wellness Advocates and employees, said Stirling.

We will continue to make it a priority to support groups that bring so much good into the world, and we are honored to be playing a part.

The doTERRA® Co-Impact Sourcing® initiative—a partnership with growers throughout the world that provides jobs, fair trade, and timely payments for their goods—continues to deliver positive impacts. During the convention, doTERRA announced that the program has created more than 18,000 jobs worldwide thus far. Two new oils, Spikenard from Nepal and Petitgrain from Paraguay, have been added to the Co-Impact Sourcing initiative, an effort to help economically challenged areas that are rich in essential oil resources build economic stability.

Wellness Advocates attended various education sessions at the convention, including a special presentation from internationally recognized sleep expert Dr. Robert Foster. Dr. Foster spoke on the critical steps individuals must take to achieve good sleep. Along with Dr. Foster's lecture, doTERRA announced a new sleep support product, doTERRA Serenity™ Restful Blend Complex Softgels, which has been clinically proven to help with occasional sleeplessness and improve sleep.

As the world leader in essential oils, doTERRA announced 29 new products, including reformulations and entire product line updates.

doTerra Top earners on file:

Nr.NameEst. MonthEst. YearCompany
1
Hayley Hobson
Est. Month
$260,000
Est. Year
$3,120,000
Company
2
Patrick and Allyse Sedivy
Patrick and Allyse Sedivy
Est. Month
$250,000
Est. Year
$3,000,000
Company
3
Boyd and Sandy Truman
Boyd and Sandy Truman
Est. Month
$200,000
Est. Year
$2,400,000
Company
4
Andy and Natalie Goddard
Andy and Natalie Goddard
Est. Month
$200,000
Est. Year
$2,400,000
Company
5
Roger and Teresa Harding
Roger and Teresa Harding
Est. Month
$190,000
Est. Year
$2,280,000
Company
6
Steven and Monica Hsiung
Steven and Monica Hsiung
Est. Month
$155,000
Est. Year
$1,860,000
Company
7
David and Tawnya Hsiung
David and Tawnya Hsiung
Est. Month
$155,000
Est. Year
$1,860,000
Company
8
Matt Hall
Matt Hall
Est. Month
$116,000
Est. Year
$1,392,000
Company
9
Paul Ovens
Paul Ovens
Est. Month
$115,000
Est. Year
$1,380,000
Company
10
Nick and Jeanette Fransen
Nick and Jeanette Fransen
Est. Month
$110,000
Est. Year
$1,320,000
Company
11
Jeff and Jen Frey
Jeff and Jen Frey
Est. Month
$110,000
Est. Year
$1,320,000
Company
12
Li and Lance Fryling
Li and Lance Fryling
Est. Month
$110,000
Est. Year
$1,320,000
Company
13
Nate and Brianne Hovey
Nate and Brianne Hovey
Est. Month
$110,000
Est. Year
$1,320,000
Company
14
john and Melyna Harrison
john and Melyna Harrison
Est. Month
$110,000
Est. Year
$1,320,000
Company
15
Mark Ewen and Christian Overton
Mark Ewen and Christian Overton
Est. Month
$110,000
Est. Year
$1,320,000
Company
16
Maree Cottam and Dirk VanDerZee
Maree Cottam and Dirk VanDerZee
Est. Month
$110,000
Est. Year
$1,320,000
Company
17
Matt and Kelly Anderson
Matt and Kelly Anderson
Est. Month
$110,000
Est. Year
$1,320,000
Company
18
Tara Bliss
Tara Bliss
Est. Month
$110,000
Est. Year
$1,320,000
Company
19
Roman and Corrina Barrus
Roman and Corrina Barrus
Est. Month
$110,000
Est. Year
$1,320,000
Company
20
Vern and Jenny Crawford
Vern and Jenny Crawford
Est. Month
$110,000
Est. Year
$1,320,000
Company
21
Paul and Betsy Holmes
Paul and Betsy Holmes
Est. Month
$110,000
Est. Year
$1,320,000
Company
22
Chung Ming Hsu
Chung Ming Hsu
Est. Month
$110,000
Est. Year
$1,320,000
Company
23
Chih Lung Hung
Chih Lung Hung
Est. Month
$110,000
Est. Year
$1,320,000
Company
24
Elena Brower
Elena Brower
Est. Month
$110,000
Est. Year
$1,320,000
Company
25
Eric and Kristen Pardue
Eric and Kristen Pardue
Est. Month
$110,000
Est. Year
$1,320,000
Company
26
Riyo Ogawa
Riyo Ogawa
Est. Month
$110,000
Est. Year
$1,320,000
Company
27
John and Season Johnson
John and Season Johnson
Est. Month
$110,000
Est. Year
$1,320,000
Company
28
Matt and Sara Janssen
Matt and Sara Janssen
Est. Month
$110,000
Est. Year
$1,320,000
Company
29
Clay and Jessica Iddings
Clay and Jessica Iddings
Est. Month
$110,000
Est. Year
$1,320,000
Company
30
Mikalena Knight
Mikalena Knight
Est. Month
$110,000
Est. Year
$1,320,000
Company
31
Toshiya Yanagihara
Toshiya Yanagihara
Est. Month
$105,000
Est. Year
$1,260,000
Company
32
Roger and Teresa Harding
Roger and Teresa Harding
Est. Month
$105,000
Est. Year
$1,260,000
Company
33
Ryan and Dani Smith
Ryan and Dani Smith
Est. Month
$105,000
Est. Year
$1,260,000
Company
34
James and Roxane Bybee
James and Roxane Bybee
Est. Month
$100,000
Est. Year
$1,200,000
Company
35
KC and Jessica Moultrie
KC and Jessica Moultrie
Est. Month
$100,000
Est. Year
$1,200,000
Company
36
Nate and Dana Moore
Nate and Dana Moore
Est. Month
$100,000
Est. Year
$1,200,000
Company
37
Ange and Chris Peters
Ange and Chris Peters
Est. Month
$100,000
Est. Year
$1,200,000
Company
38
Marie-Kim Provencher
Marie-Kim Provencher
Est. Month
$100,000
Est. Year
$1,200,000
Company
39
Gary and Karina Sammons
Gary and Karina Sammons
Est. Month
$100,000
Est. Year
$1,200,000
Company
40
Joel and Sherri Vreeman
Joel and Sherri Vreeman
Est. Month
$100,000
Est. Year
$1,200,000
Company
41
Melody and Cindy Watts
Melody and Cindy Watts
Est. Month
$100,000
Est. Year
$1,200,000
Company
42
Holly and Gabriel Lo
Holly and Gabriel Lo
Est. Month
$100,000
Est. Year
$1,200,000
Company
43
Asako Kobayashi
Asako Kobayashi
Est. Month
$100,000
Est. Year
$1,200,000
Company
44
Josh and Keeli Martinez
Josh and Keeli Martinez
Est. Month
$100,000
Est. Year
$1,200,000
Company
45
Sumiko Nobori
Sumiko Nobori
Est. Month
$100,000
Est. Year
$1,200,000
Company
46
Kyle and Kierston Kirschbaum
Kyle and Kierston Kirschbaum
Est. Month
$100,000
Est. Year
$1,200,000
Company
47
Christian and Jill Winger
Christian and Jill Winger
Est. Month
$95,000
Est. Year
$1,140,000
Company
48
Brad and Dawna Toews
Brad and Dawna Toews
Est. Month
$95,000
Est. Year
$1,140,000
Company
49
Scott and Rhonda Ford
Scott and Rhonda Ford
Est. Month
$85,000
Est. Year
$1,020,000
Company
50
Jessie Reimers
Jessie Reimers
Est. Month
$85,000
Est. Year
$1,020,000
Company
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About doTERRA

doTERRA is the world leader in the sourcing, testing, manufacturing, and distribution of CPTG® essential oils through a global network of more than 3 million independent direct-sale distributors, known as Wellness Advocates. doTERRA, a Latin derivative meaning Gift of the Earth, sets the standard for essential oils by having developed the expertise and commitment required to derive these unique oils directly from the best sources in the world.

doTERRA Co-Impact Sourcing provides local growers and distillers fair compensation for their efforts, creating stronger local economies and a healthier, more stable supply chain. In addition to a premium line of single-plant extracts and proprietary essential oil blends, the company offers oil-infused personal care and spa products, dietary supplements, and healthy living products for the home. For more information, visit www.doterra.com.

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