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Future Beauty Industry Leaders Forecast Beauty in 2020
Posted: May 27, 2010
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Kanlian concluded the evening by announcing the winners of student and faculty awards. Leslie Harris, adjunct instructor and director, Garnier Skincare product development, L’Oréal USA, presented the scholarship awards and Phebe Farrow Port, senior vice president, global management strategies, Estée Lauder Companies Inc., presented the Estée Lauder Faculty Leadership Award.
Shashi Batra, president, Victoria’s Secret Beauty, presented the Victoria’s Secret Beauty Recognition for Outstanding Leadership Award, and Mark Polson, adjunct instructor and executive director–innovation/business development, global management strategies, Estée Lauder Companies Inc., presented the department medal.
A professional degree program, the MPS is designed to provide advanced managerial and marketing education for outstanding mid-level professionals in the beauty industry. It is geared toward individuals who have been recommended by their employers because of their strong managerial potential. Structured as a two-year evening program to accommodate working professionals, the curriculum has been designed to impart the core skills of a business degree alongside the creative and technical skills unique to the beauty industry.
GCI magazine will share select information from the presentations in an upcoming issue, courtesy of FIT.