Revlon names Chief People Officer
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Revlon names Chief People Officer

THE WHAT? Revlon has announced the appointment of Tchernavia Rocker as Chief People Officer, effective June 3, 2024. Rocker will also play an advisory role in building Revlon’s ethnic hair care portfolio and report directly to CEO Elizabeth Smith.  

THE DETAILS Rocker joins from Under Armour where she was Chief People & Transformation Officer. Her CV lists more than 18 years’ experience in senior HR roles. She replaces Ely Bar-Ness who will leave the company next month.

THE WHY? No reason was given for Bar-Ness’ departure. In terms of Rocker’s appointment, Smith explains, “Tchernavia brings extensive human capital management and leadership experience to our team at a critical time in our transformation. I am thrilled she is joining Revlon and am confident her expertise will be highly valuable as we continue to drive our next phase of growth.”

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