The Beauty Health Company names Amy Juaristi head of corporate affairs, a newly created role. Juaristi will lead the development, advancement and execution of the company’s strategic communications and public affairs strategy. Juaristi most recently led corporate affairs in the Americas for Coty. Prior to Coty, she led external communications at Zocdoc and Chobani, and she has worked at Weber Shandwick and Hill & Knowlton. “Amy is one of the best at her craft—creative, precise, and conscientious. Her experience telling the stories of leading, high-growth brands makes her ideally suited for this role,” said BeautyHealth president and CEO Andrew Stanlieck.
|John (Chip) Taylor|
Novitas Communications brings on John (Chip) Taylor as VP Taylor previously spent over 20 years as a policy manager at Colorado Counties, Inc., a non-profit membership association that advocates on behalf of Colorado’s county commissioners, ultimately serving for eight years as the organization’s executive director. At Novitas, he work on new business initiatives, mentor team members and oversee day-to-day activities for clients. “Chip is known for his ability to build positive and influential relationships externally in Colorado’s business community as well as to foster enviable working environments,” said Novitas president and CEO Michelle Lyng.
PosiGen, which provides renewable energy and energy efficiency solutions for low-to-moderate income homeowners, hires John Ross as vice president of marketing. Ross comes to PosiGen from Pepsico, where he most recently served as global director of customer partnerships. Before joining PepsiCo in 2012, he was a management supervisor at Catapult Marketing. In his new post, Ross will support PosiGen's expansion into new markets, focusing on data driven insights, optimizing the brand's performance marketing and media mix, developing its community partnerships and growing its customer base nationally. "PosiGen is experiencing rapid growth and needs someone with J.R.'s experience, enthusiasm and commitment to take our marketing efforts to the next level,” said PosiGen CEO Thomas Neyhart.