derma e hires 2 regional sales managers

derma e hires 2 regional sales managers

Stephanie Fletcher has joined as Western regional sales manager, and Heather Dans is Northeast regional sales manager.

derma e natural skincare is pleased to announce two new hires to its external sales team: Stephanie Fletcher has joined as Western regional sales manager, and Heather Dans has joined as Northeast regional sales manager. These roles will enable derma e to widen its lead as the number-one natural facial care brand in the US.

Stephanie possesses 13 years of experience in beauty sales and education, having worked for various prestige and natural brands such as Dior, Clinique, Jurlique and most recently MyChelle Dermaceuticals. Stephanie is highly skilled in account development, retail management, training and execution of company programs.

Heather comes to derma e with over 20 years of sales experience including over six years in the natural beauty industry. Her career includes escalating management roles at companies such as IBM and Aramark. Heather most recently worked as an independent consultant to emerging natural brands Gabriel Cosmetics and The Jane Carter Solution.

In their new positions, both Stephanie and Heather will be responsible for the successful growth of the derma e brand. This includes territory development, account management, broker team management and execution of tactical retail programs. The positions will also focus on training and education to reinforce the superior quality and efficacy of the derma e natural product line.    

“I am very excited to have both Stephanie and Heather join the derma e® sales team,” said Gina Ferrato, vice president sales, natural channel.  “Bringing these two talents on board emphasizes the commitment derma e® has for nurturing solid relationships in every U.S. region, which will result in well-managed natural channel growth.”


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