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Sally Beauty Supply's President/CFO Stepping Down

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Mary Beth Edwards, senior vice president, chief information officer, chief transformation officer; John Goss, senior vice president, president, Sally Beauty Supply; Marlo Cormier, senior vice president, chief financial officer.

Sally Beauty has announced that Aaron Alt, chief financial officer and president of Sally Beauty Supply, will be leaving the company, effective November 27, 2020.

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Additional leadership team appointments include the following:

  • Marlo Cormier has been appointed as chief financial officer. Cormier has been the senior vice president of finance and chief accounting officer since joining in April 2020.
  • John Goss has been appointed as senior vice president and president of Sally Beauty Supply. Gross previously served as group vice president and head of stores and operations for Sally Beauty Supply. 
  • Mary Beth Edwards has been appointed as senior vice president, chief information officer and chief transformation officer. Edwards previously served as group vice president, global sourcing of Sally Beauty Holdings since April 2019.

Chris Brickman, president and chief executive officer, said, “Today’s changes reflect both the depth of our team as well as the strength of our succession planning process. Marlo brings extensive financial experience and leadership to the Company and John has a proven track record of retail leadership where he has delivered sales and profitable growth coupled with excellent transformational execution. In addition, Mary Beth has proven to be a great asset to the Company with her outstanding leadership of our transformation and key technology initiatives. Finally, we would like to thank Aaron for his many contributions to our aggressive transformation plan. I’m proud of what we have accomplished with our transformation investments over the last few years, and I wish Chris and the team success.”