NEW YORK — The door to Revlon’s management office continues to swing.
This time Debra Leipman-Yale, executive vice president for Revlon Global and chief marketing officer, is taking her leave after an 18-month tenure. Moving into the post is Stephanie Klein-Peponis, who first began working with Revlon a little more than a year ago through Boston Consulting Group, where she was vice president and director of the New York office. In June, Peponis was brought in-house at Revlon in the newly created position of executive vice president, chief planning and business development officer.
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