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L'Oreal Names Bennett VP of LaRoche-Posay

April 17, 2013

Promoted from vice president of marketing.

L’Oréal USA named Angela Bennett vice president of La Roche-Posay.  A graduate of Loyola University in Baltimore, MD where she earned a degree in Business Administration, Bennett brings with her a wealth of experience, having worked with many global brands and has established solid relationships with retailers nationwide. 


 Before being appointed VP, Bennett held the position of vice president of marketing. She spearheaded strategic transversal marketing projects and retail expansion, as well as the development of the brand’s many product ranges, including Anthelios sunscreens and Effaclar acne treatments.



Prior to joining L’Oréal USA in 2002, Bennett spent four years in skin care treatment marketing for the Clinique brand at Estée Lauder. Upon arriving at L’Oréal USA, Bennett began her marketing career with Maybelline, spending three years working with major franchises within the brand in the face and color cosmetics categories. Building on her already impressive portfolio, Bennett continued to develop her marketing skills in the Consumer Products Division of L’Oréal USA, where she worked exclusively on Garnier skin care for six years, playing an integral role in helping to launch Garnier skin care in the United States; most recently she served as head of Garnier Skincare Operational Marketing.

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