Coty Inc.'s consumer beauty division is changing its leadership in the U.S. and abroad.
According to an exclusive online report, several executive changes within the consumer beauty leadership team were announced last week internally, including the departure of senior vice president of consumer beauty, North America, Shannon Curtin. Curtin will be departing the company to pursue other interests, and she will be succeeded by Andrew Stanleick, senior vice president of consumer beauty, Europe.
During her more than two years at Coty, Curtin oversaw the integration of consumer beauty following the company's acquisition of 41 beauty brands from Procter & Gamble. She also led the U.S. relaunches of beloved consumer brands such as CoverGirl, Sally Hansen and Rimmel.
Stanleick joined Coty in April 2017. Previously, he served as president and CEO of Coach Europe and prior to that, he spent 13 years at L’Oréal. Stanleick will move to Coty's New York office and continue to report to Laurent Kleitman, president of consumer beauty.
Succeeding Stanleick’s role in Europe is Simone Dominici, who just joined Coty. Dominici most recently held the role of senior adviser for luxury retail and consumer at PricewaterhouseCoopers. Dominici will also report to Kleitman.
These executive changes will go into effect on September 1, the report says.