Coty has appointed Sennen Pamich as its senior vice president of the company’s Professional Beauty Division in North America.
Announced Friday, Pamich will join Coty at the end of this month reporting to Sylvie Moreau, president of Coty Professional Beauty.
“[Pamich] is an exceptional leader with a track record of delivering results, deep beauty and salon professional experience, as well as strong entrepreneurial skills,” Moreau said. “He brings the knowledge, skill and passion to lead our North America region and to take our professional beauty business to the next level.”
In this role, Pamich will be leading Coty’s portfolio of professional hair and nail brands in North America, like hair-care brand Wella Professionals, nail brand OPI and hairstyling brand GHD. Pamich will succeed Salvatore Mauceri, who is leaving Coty.
Previously, Pamich has worked at Procter & Gamble, Johnson & Johnson and Bulgari across the salon, luxury and consumer retail industries. Most recently, he worked at The Colomer Group leading the company’s Professional Division for the Americas before moving to Revlon as global president of Professional Beauty following the merger of the two companies in 2013. Pamich was also on the U.S. board of the Personal Care Products Council. Since leaving Revlon last summer, he has been working with start-ups and private equity companies within the beauty industry.