The Estée Lauder Companies has appointed Michelle Freyre as global brand president, Clinique, and Glenn Evans as gobal brand president, Smashbox and GlamGlow. Both will continue to report directly to John Demsey, executive group president, The Estée Lauder Companies.
Freyre was previously appointed senior vice president/global general manager, Clinique, in June 2020. She previously held roles at Johnson & Johnson and Neutrogena at J&J. Freyre was named to Fortune’s 2018 “50 Most Powerful Latinas in Business."
Evans previously served as senior vice president/global general manager, Smashbox and GlamGlow. He will now lead the brands into their next phases "with a consumer-led, online-centric, digital-first approach," per the company. Since 2018, Evans has served as an executive sponsor of wELCome, the company's resource group for LGBTQ+ employees.
“Michelle and Glenn are both incredibly dynamic leaders who have beautifully steered their respective brands through the challenges of the past year,” said Demsey. “I am particularly proud of how effectively they have balanced the needs of the business while being truly thoughtful and empathetic leaders to their brand teams. Their promotions are both very well-deserved.”