A slew of new appointments are afoot in beauty’s C-suites.
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After occupying the role for the last six years, Lauren Brindley will step down from being head of beauty and personal care at Walgreens Boots Alliance, at the end of July. The departure is reportedly an amicable one, and Brindley is said to be pursuing an undisclosed external opportunity.
Katie Glowski has been recruited as Living Proof’s new chief sales officer. Glowski previously spent five years at the L’Oréal Luxe Division, most recently as general vice president of retail sales and business strategies.
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Just over two-and-a-half years into her tenure as vice president of global marketing at the company, Lanaia Edwards has been promoted to chief marketing officer of fair-trade hair and skin care brand, Alaffia.
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At Crown Laboratories, June Risser has been appointed general manager, premium skin care of the portfolio company’s global business unit, which includes self-tanning brand Vita Liberata and antiaging skin care brand StriVectin, which Crown acquired from L Catterton last fall. Risser will also serve on the company’s executive leadership team.
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BeautyUnited has tapped Cosmopolitan’s beauty director Julee Wilson as its new executive director. In her role, Wilson will help further the organization’s mission to support the next generation of beauty and wellness leaders through education, community and access.
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Beauty industry vet Eric Bakken has been appointed