Martha Pease – People in the News – brief article
Martha Pease has been named senior vp, marketing at Neutrogena Corp.
She comes to the company after a career in consumer advertising and marketing communications, which culminated in her last role as senior vp at BBDO.
Before that she was with Lord, Geller, Federico, Einstein; Elizabeth Arden and Mobil Oil, holding senior management positions at all.
Several promotions were announced at L’Oreal’s Hair Care Division.
Karen Freeman was named assistant vp-marketing for haircolor. Her responsibilities include planning and marketing all L’Oreal haircolor brands.
Previously, she was the director of marketing for the company.
Neal Boornazian was made director of marketing for the Colorvive Technicare business. Eileen O’Shaughnessy became director of marketing for Preference and Excellence Haircolor.
Nancy McKiven was named director of marketing for special projects. And Greta Gustavsson was promoted to brand manager for Studio Line Styling Products.
Several promotions were announced at Coty, a division of Pfizer Inc.
Vito Pasquale was appointed director of operations planning. He first joined Pfizer in 1962 as an auditor and has climbed through the ranks.
Joseph Crupi was named director of financial planning. He came to the company in 1969 as an accounting/budget supervisor in the Leeming/Pacquin Division.
Peter Kurtin was promoted to director of new business & managerial analysis. He was the senior marketing analyst in 1978, when he first joined the company.
Michael Gecewicz became director of systems & environmental affair.s He came to Pfizer in 1970 as a financial analyst in the Leeming/Pacquin Division.
William E. Quinn was elected executive vp of Les Parfumes de Dana and its subsidiary, Dana Perfumes Corp.
He assumes responsibility for manufacturing, quality control and purchasing, in addition to his present supervision of finance, legal international affairs.
He came to Dana in 1968 and has risen through the ranks.
Revlon has announced some promotions in its senior management ranks.
Jack Hall was named senior vp, sales for the Revlon Classic Cosmetics and Fragrances Group. He is responsible for the development and implementation of the sales strategies for the cosmetics and fragrance business. He joined the company in 1986 as vp, sales.
The following people have been named vp, all reporting to Hall.
William C. Acheson is the vp, national accounts for Revlon Cosmetics. Ronal R. Brillhart is the same for Revlon Fragrances.
Frederick G. Duffner is the vp of eastern division sales and Stephen R. Kosmalski is the vp for the western division.
Max Factor has announced some changes in its upper management.
Elaine Esposito was promoted to vp, merchandisers’ division for the company. She joined Max Factor in 1989 as director of the division to develop and implement the sales merchandiser program. Prior to that, she had worked with Ultima and Almay.
Debra Ballentine was named divisional vp for the company’s Northeast Division and is responsible for all sales in Division II, which comprises the Northeastern and Mideastern sections of the country. Ms. Ballentine has been with the company nine years.
Irene R. Cotter is the new senior director, marketing for fragrance and skin care at Max Factor. She is responsible for all skin care and fragrance brands. Ms. Cotter came from Parfums International/Elizabeth Arden.
Anne Carullo has also been named a senior director, but of new product development on all color cosmetic and treatment products for Max Factor. She works closely with the company’s Research Laboratory in the development of new shades and products. Ms. Carullo came to the company in 1985.
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