In the beauty industry’s latest game of musical chairs, Firmenich, Obé and Alpyn Beauty have all cinched new executives.
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Nance Hastings Thomas Mangieri/Alpyn Beauty
Firmenich is not the only beauty company with a new president. Nance Hastings has joined Alpyn Beauty as president. Having begun her career at the Estée Lauder Cos. with a variety of roles in marketing, sales and education, she had a hand in launching Tom Ford Cosmetics and eventually went on to lead strategic initiatives in North America.
Ellery Fisher Sally Beauty Holdings, Inc.
Sally Beauty Holdings has named a new group vice president of e-commerce and digital. Ellery Fisher will lead both Cosmoprof and Sally Beauty’s digital product and e-commerce teams. He previously was the vice president of e-commerce and financial services for H-E-B and has held other roles at Walmart, Amazon and Target.
Dawn Francisco Photo courtesy of B-Glowing
B-glowing, the beauty e-commerce platform, has chosen a new chief executive officer. Dawn Francisco will fill the top slot after having joined as a board member in 2020. She has been a vice president at both Dermstore and on a handful of Estée Lauder Cos. brands.
Maya H. Brown Photo courtesy of Maya H. Brown
UI Global Brands, the parent company of Urban Hydration, has named a chief marketing officer. Maya H. Brown joins the company after a variety of roles at Black Opal, L’Oréal USA and Warner Music Group.
Joel Porter Photo courtesy of Obé
Virtual fitness platform Obé has appointed Joel Porter, NBC’s director of talent development and casting, as its director of on-air talent. Having overseen casting and talent for E! and Bravo, he will do the same with Obé’s talent.
Amy Calhoun Robb Photo courtesy of Hero Cosmetics
Christy Lee Photo courtesy of Hero Cosmetics
Hero Cosmetics is building out its executive team with two new vice presidents. Christy Lee was hired as vice president of sales for the brand, after heading sales at Sun Bum. Amy Calhoun Robb will serve as the vice president of marketing, following her tenure leading marketing and innovation at Hello Products. Prior to that, she was the chief marketing officer of The Princeton Review.
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