Everything you need to know about Dan Bethelmy-Rada

Dan Bethelmy-Rada is the youngest Global brand president for the L’Oreal Company appointed in early 2015 when he was only 40. After which he became quite popular for transforming the brand by offering new positions and creatively directing the brand towards a global presence. This helped create L’Oreal’s visual image. He has served the brand for more than 15 years and is known for being an innovator in his field. He has not only exemplary marketing skills but also demonstrates brilliant brand strategy worldwide. Dan Bethelmy-Rada is an avid supporter of diversity in the workplace and aims to create the perfect environment for his employees. Since he is in charge of a huge team and a number of different cultured employees, he aims to make a healthy and safe environment that would help innovation and ideas prosper. It would also bring the team closer.

Apart from his job, Dan Bethelmy-Rada has a reputation for training people for marketing positions. He helps people hone their skills in marketing. Many prospective employees opt to be under his supervision due to his leadership qualities and his motivational speeches. He is known widely for his honest team encouragements. He gives credit where it is due and helps people working under him come forth. He embraces diverse talents and helps them settle in their desired work category. He holds a key position in the industry and continues to rise to the top.

Not only does Dan Bethelmy-Rada excel in his career but his education is what got him to this position. He graduated from the Sorbonne with a degree in International Business. Next, he did his MBA from the ESSEC Business School in France in 2002. After his graduation, he began his career at L’Oreal Paris as a product manager and then moved on to a couple of international roles within the company. After, which he settled in Consumer Products Division in 2005. He later became the Assistant Vice President of Garnier International. Apart from his work and education, he enjoys photography and traveling. He also excels in anything social media related and digital.

Victoria Doramus Takes Fashion Industry Experience to the World of Nonprofit Charity

Victoria Doramus has had a successful, decade long career in the fashion industry, with a record of applying her skills as a trend specialist to finance, content creation, logistics and other relevant fields within fashion.

The aforementioned skills were first put to use with Assistant Media Planner at Mindshare, whom she worked for from their Los Angeles office. Her chief responsibility was negotiating the ideal vendors for Assistant Media Planner, to find the best service while staying within budget. Later on, she was television and film director Peter Berg’s personal assistant, and similarly handled the logistical and financial side of managing his home, his domestic employees, and his relationship with building management.

Victoria Doramus has also had a fairly prolific writing career, covering diverse topics from trend and lifestyle writing on dedicated outlets to having her work published on popular news media outlets. Her work extends to ghostwriting as well, with her writing included in books within and outside her normal area of expertise.

After a decade of work in the fashion industry, Victoria Doramus committed herself full-time to working for nonprofit organizations. As a volunteer Recovery Expert for the Amy Winehouse Foundation she aids recovering addicts, and also advocates for the youth with associated programs.

Best Friends’ Animal Society counts her as a volunteer. They can also boast to run the largest no-kill shelter for animals in America; Angel Canyon, at Kanab, Utah. They have regional operations across the nation, and have played a part in the dramatic fall in animals put down annually at ‘kill shelters’ throughout America. The number was as high as 17 million the year they were founded, 1984, but has fallen by almost 90% to the current level of 2 million annually.

Victoria Doramus has also volunteered with the Women’s Prison Association, a non-profit aimed at serving incarcerated, formerly incarcerated and at-risk women. Her own struggles with addiction brought her to work with the organization, to help those who’re where she once found herself. These and other nonprofits are where she’s decided to take the skillset she developed from a decade-long career in fashion.