LEIPMAN-YALE RETURNS TO REVLON
NEW YORK — Revlon Inc. has named former Clairol executive Debra Leipman-Yale as executive vice president and global general manager of the Revlon brand. Leipman-Yale, formerly president of Clairol International, replaces Cheryl Vitali, who left in February with the installation of Jack Stahl as Revlon’s president and chief executive officer. Leipman-Yale began her career in field sales at Revlon in 1978 and later became product manager for Almay. She joined Clairol in 1983 as an associate brand manager. In her most recent position, she had been responsible for sales and marketing operations in 51 countries.
“I am very excited to join the leadership team at Revlon. The heritage of the Revlon brand offers an unprecedented opportunity for growth and innovation,” she said in a statement.