BOARD APPOINTMENT: Revlon Inc. has elected Ann Jordan as a new addition to its board, increasing the size of the board to 12 members, and the number of independent directors to eight. Jordan, 74, serves as a director of Catalyst Inc., a nonprofit organization for women’s business initiatives, and is an honorary trustee of the University of Chicago and The Brookings Institution — a nonprofit public policy organization in Washington. She is also the chairman of The National Symphony Orchestra, a trustee of the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, and formerly served as the director of the board for several public companies including Johnson & Johnson and Citigroup Inc.
BADGER MOVE: Jim Winters, formerly of the J Winters Group, has joined Badger & Partners as president, a new position. Madonna Badger continues in her position at the creative services agency she founded in 1994. Last year, Beautylab was added as an offshoot think tank. Winters has more than 20 years’ experience in branding and publishing, including stints at Vogue and Talk Media. He will focus on marketing strategy, brand positioning and business development in his new position, Badger said, while she will concentrate on design and creative development.
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