Global Marketing Director IT Cosmetics

Chenaya Devine Milbourne was always interested in the beauty industry and interned at Urban Decay Cosmetics in California over the summer while pursuing her IMC degree. She got a job there right after graduation and continued to work in the cosmetics and beauty industry with Kiehl's for a year before being recruited by L'Oreal. 

Over the years at L'Oreal, Milbourne worked on a series of brands, including House 99 by David Beckham and IT Cosmetics. She is now the first global category head of IT Cosmetics, managing a team of three and a $150M global complexion portfolio, which has a strategic focus on accelerated international growth while sustaining the U.S. business. Milbourne is responsible for the strategic positioning, conception, and development of all complexion products, working with R&I and production plants to execute launches and reformations.