Joseph A. Bierman

Secretary

Joseph A. Bierman has been a marketing and sales executive for 20 years with experience across a broad scope of product categories and distribution channels in the beauty industry. Joe has extensive background in product development, global strategy and branding, PR, advertising, licensing, sales and distribution and customer insight. He has launched complete portfolios of fragrance, skin care, color cosmetics and personal care lines and supported these launches with strategic growth plans and customer research.

Most recently, Joe has worked as a marketing and sales management consultant with a focus on start-up businesses and new business development, as well as established companies. Consulting focus includes sales and marketing, traditional and independent retail, direct selling and television/electronic selling.

Joe has a BA in English Literature and American Studies from Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut and an MBA from Columbia University in New York City. He has been an avid theater lover for many years, and cares deeply about investing in the future of the performing arts

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