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Mary Kay: Sheryl Adkins-Green

November 30, -0001

Mary Kay: appointed Sheryl Adkins-Green as vice president of brand development to lead the company’s global product strategy. In this role, she will oversee the development of Mary Kay products, which are currently sold globally.

Before joining Mary Kay, Ms. Adkins-Green was general manager and vice president of Pro-Line International, Alberto-Culver’s multicultural beauty business unit. She was responsible for overseeing global sales and marketing, manufacturing, warehousing and distribution. Prior to that, she was senior vice president of marketing for the Snapple Beverage Group at Cadbury Schweppes and also held senior positions in the global consumer division at Citigroup.
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