Dick DeVos is an entrepreneurial business leader and has spent his business career working in a variety of executive positions at national and international organizations. This includes Amway, the National Basketball Association’s (NBA) Orlando Magic, and The Windquest Group, where he currently serves as chairman of the privately held enterprise and investment firm mentoring business leaders and investing in companies to help them succeed and create value for customers and employees. Dick serves on numerous boards including the Windquest Group, Amway, Orlando Magic, Wakestream Ventures, and RDV Corporation.


In 1974, Dick began working with Amway, the largest multi-level marketing company in the world. The company was founded by his father, Richard DeVos, and Jay Van Andel. During his time with the company, he served as vice president of Amway International, where he was responsible for the company’s operations in 18 countries outside of North America. Under his leadership, the company opened new markets and tripled in international sales. When Dick became vice president of Amway International, sales outside of the United States accounted for only five percent of overall sales. Within six years, those sales exceeded fifty percent.

Dick DeVos speaking at an Amway event in Costa Rica.

Dick was the company’s president from 1993 to 2002 and was responsible for all aspects of the company’s operations in 50 countries and six continents. In his final fiscal year of service, Amway reported sales of $4.5 billion.

Dick retired from Amway in August 2002 to become president of the Windquest Group. He is still involved with the company, through his leadership on the Amway board of directors.

Amway is ranked the No. 1 direct selling company in the world, according to the 2023 Direct Selling News Global 100 list based on 2022 revenue.

Windquest Group

The Windquest Group is a privately held enterprise investment management firm with a portfolio spanning diverse sectors, including consumer products, manufacturing, wellness, food and beverage, and sustainability solutions. Dick served as president from 2002-2020 and is now chairman or the company. The Windquest Group employs 1,366 employees across 17 states.

Orlando Magic

The DeVos family purchased the Orlando Magic in September 1991. Dick became president and CEO of the Orlando Magic when his family acquired the team, a role he held for three years.

Since then, the family has proudly served as the franchise’s caretakers while operating under the belief that the NBA franchise ultimately belongs to the Central Florida community and the loyal fans.

Since purchasing the team, the Orlando Magic have won six division championships, two Eastern Conference titles and had seven 50-win seasons, including a franchise-record 60 victories in 1995-96. The Orlando Magic have advanced to the playoffs 16 times during that span, while finishing with a .500 record or better in 17 of the last 28 seasons. Dick currently serves on the governing board for the Orlando Magic.

Dick DeVos with his brothers, Doug DeVos and Dan DeVos, at an Orlando Magic game.