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.