Alexandra Trower, executive VP-global communications at Estēe Lauder Cos., is stepping down July 1 after a 13-year run at the New York-based cosmetics giant.
ELC credits her with the launch of a refreshed corporate brand that helped bolster its global reputation.
She championed citizenship & sustainability, DEI efforts and served as the first executive co-sponsor of wELCome, LGBTQA employee resource.
Trower held financial communications posts (senior VP-media relations at Bank of America, managing director at JPMorgan Asset Management and VP-corporate communications at Ivesco) prior to joining ELC.
“Alex has delivered thoughtful, effective communications to our valued stakeholders, strategically elevating our winning business narrative, rich culture, compelling heritage and distinctive ELC brand equity," William Lauder, executive chairman, said in a statement.
Trower’s successor will be named at a later date.