Revlon names new chief of people

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Revlon names new chief :  Tchernavia Rocker has been named the new chief people officer of Revlon Group Holdings. As Revlon looks to broaden its ethnic hair care offerings, Rocker will offer advising support. On June 3, she will formally become a Revlon employee and report directly to Elizabeth Smith, the company CEO.

 Bringing a wealth of experience in HR, organizational change, DEI, corporate strategy, and sustainability, Tchernavia Rocker is a valuable addition to Revlon. Her most recent role was as the chief people and transformation officer at Under Armour, Inc. Prior to that, she spent over 18 years in leadership positions in human resources at Harley-Davidson, Inc. Her career also includes diverse roles at Goodyear Dunlop Tire North America, spanning human resources and operations. Her unique qualifications make her an ideal fit for the role of chief people officer at Revlon.

 Rocker will replace Ely Bar-Ness as Revlon’s chief human resources officer, who will be leaving her position next month.

 As Revlon embarks on a new phase of growth, Tchernavia Rocker joins our team with a wealth of knowledge in human capital management and leadership. Her appointment has been met with excitement by Chief Executive Officer Elizabeth Smith, who anticipates that her expertise will be instrumental in driving Revlon’s growth. We also extend our gratitude to Ely Bar-Ness for her invaluable contributions during Revlon’s challenging times, and we wish her continued success in her future endeavors.

 Madelyn Cline, an actress, was named Revlon’s newest global brand ambassador earlier this year, following in the footsteps of Ashley Graham and Megan Thee Stallion.

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