Pat Parenty will retire from his role as president of Professional Products Division (PPD) U.S. Parenty joined the PPD team in the U.S. in 1997 as vice president of sales for Redken before becoming the brand’s general manager in 2000. In October 2009, he was promoted to president of the U.S. brands for PPD. In November 2010, he was promoted to his current position as president of PPD U.S., where he transformed its business model through the strategic creation and implementation of SalonCentric, the premier national distributer of salon professional products with more than 575 locations in 48 states.
David Greenberg was appointed group president of Professional Products Division North America, responsible for the division’s U.S. and Canada operations and SalonCentric. In this role, Greenberg will continue to grow brand activities across both markets by leveraging SalonCentric and seizing new opportunities to further develop the professional brand portfolio. Greenberg has been with the L’Oréal Group since 1993, served as the worldwide general manager of Matrix in the Professional Products Division, and took on an international assignment as general manager of the Consumer Products Division within L’Oréal Mexico.
Ikdeep Singh has been named brand president of Maybelline, Garnier and Essie within the Consumer Products Division. He will oversee all aspects of business leadership on the portfolio of brands and is responsible for accelerating their growth in the U.S. market. Most recently, Singh served as the president of the Consumer Products Division in Canada, helping L’Oréal to become the largest and fastest growing manufacturer in Canada.
Tim Coolican is the new brand president of L’Oréal Paris. Coolican joined L’Oréal in 2004 and has held various positions across brands and locations, including Canada, the U.S., Singapore, France and the UK. He joined L’Oréal USA as deputy general manager for L’Oréal Paris in 2015 and has been guiding the transformation and modernization of the brand, focusing specifically on connectivity with consumers and digital innovation. Previously, while working for L’Oréal in the UK, he launched Garnier Ultimate Blends, and led Maybelline New York to becoming the fastest growing mass makeup brand in the market.
After a successful 30-year career with L’Oréal USA, Sarah Hibberson will depart from her role as senior vice president of Human Resources. Hibberson personally recruited and touched the careers of employees across all areas of the business and has always been a trusted partner to the business leaders with whom she worked.
Stephane Charbonnier has been promoted to senior vice president of Human Resources and chief human resources officer for L’Oréal USA. With more than 25 years of experience, he will be responsible for driving leadership and learning initiatives, developing talent and continuing to grow the HR team with an employee-first approach. He joined L’Oréal USA in May 2013, as the vice president of human resources for the Consumer Products Division.