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e.l.f. Beauty CFO Mandy Fields Earns 2020 Women Worth Watching Award

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Mandy Fields has held several leadership positions in finance and is currently e.l.f. Beauty's CFO.

e.l.f. Beauty’s chief financial officer Mandy Fields has received the Profiles in Diversity Journal’s 2020 Women Worth Watching Award, honoring outstanding female executives who are leading excellence in the workplace today and empowering the next generation of women leaders.

Related: e.l.f. Welcomes Mandy Fields as SVP—Chief Financial Officer

Profiles in Diversity Journal’s 19th annual Women Worth Watching Award was created to showcase the abilities, commitment and achievements of extraordinary female leaders.

Fields is a powerhouse finance executive with experience leading and inspiring teams across finance, investor relations, risk management and accounting. She developed her love for the consumer goods industry through working for some of the country’s top retail and consumer brands, in both the private and public sector.

Since joining e.l.f. Beauty in 2019, Fields has been very successful helping to manage the business and guiding the company to strong financial performance. As a result, e.l.f. Beauty has seen positive net sales growth in every quarter of fiscal year 2020 and continues to outperform its competitors, as one of the top five color cosmetics brands in the United States.

Prior to e.l.f. Beauty, Fields was CFO at BevMo! The number one specialty beverage retailer on the West Coast. Earlier in her career, she was vice president of finance and analytics for Albertsons Companies, one of the largest food and drug retailers in the United States. Fields has also held finance positions at The Gap, Inc., after working on Wall Street at J.P. Morgan.

She holds a bachelor of science in finance from Indiana University of Bloomington’s Kelley School of Business.

“I’m truly honored to have received this award, alongside a list of incredible women who are leading their respective industries and paving the way for younger generations,” Fields said. “I’m very proud to work for a company like e.l.f. that not only celebrates diversity, but also encourages and inspires female leadership.”