Avon Products Inc. has named Pablo Munoz as senior vice president and president of its North America division.
Effective June 24, Munoz will step into the new role and join the company’s executive committee, reporting to Avon’s chief executive officer, Sheri McCoy.
“We are committed to returning our U.S. business to health, and I am pleased to welcome Pablo to the Avon team to lead that effort,” said McCoy. “Pablo is an innovative thinker and a big-picture strategist with strong operating skills and a proven track record of driving growth. Avon will be well-served by his deep experience in both consumer products and direct sales, including his passion for motivating representatives.”
In his new post, Munoz will be charged with overseeing Avon’s business in the U.S., Canada and the Caribbean, and according to a press release from the company, be “responsible for executing the turnaround of Avon’s North American business and returning it to a solid and profitable position.”
Before joining the global direct-sales company, which generates nearly $11 billion in annual revenue, Munoz most recently served as group president of the Americas for Tupperware, leading the beauty and home products business in Latin America and Asia. Before that he spent five years at the Sara Lee Corp. as executive director of business development.
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