Revlon Names Debra G. Perelman as First Female CEO

She makes the transition from chief operating officer

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Revlon has named Debra G. Perelman, former COO, the company’s first female CEO and president. Perelman is the daughter of billionaire Ronald O. Perelman, who owns 80 percent of Revlon through investment firm MacAndrews & Forbes. Ms. Perelman has over 20 years experience at the company.

Previously Ms. Perelman served in roles all across the beauty conglomerate’s business, including in finance, distribution and sales operations, international and marketing.

She has been heavily involved in Revlon’s digital evolution, which has included the formation of a data and analytics group as well as establishing critical infrastructure of the brand’s ecommerce business. Ms.



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