Revlon Taps Tchernavia Rocker As New Chief Of People

Revlon Taps Tchernavia Rocker As New Chief Of People

Rocker To Enhance Human Resources And Ethnic Hair Care Portfolio At Revlon

Revlon Group Holdings has announced the appointment of Tchernavia Rocker as its new chief people officer, effective June 3. Rocker will report directly to Chief Executive Officer Elizabeth Smith and will also play an advisory role in building Revlon’s ethnic hair care portfolio.

Rocker brings extensive experience in human resources, organizational transformation, DEI (diversity, equity, and inclusion), corporate strategy, and sustainability. She most recently served as Under Armour, Inc.’s chief people and transformation officer. Prior to that, she held human resources leadership roles at Harley-Davidson, Inc. for over 18 years and had various roles at Goodyear Dunlop Tire North America.

Rocker replaces Ely Bar-Ness, Revlon’s current chief human resources officer, who will depart next month.

“Tchernavia brings extensive human capital management and leadership experience to our team at a critical time in our transformation. I am thrilled she is joining Revlon and am confident her expertise will be highly valuable as we continue to drive our next phase of growth,” said Smith.

Smith also acknowledged Bar-Ness’s contributions, stating, “I also want to thank Ely for his many contributions in navigating Revlon through some of its most challenging times, during which he provided guidance and counsel to employees and leaders across the organization. I wish him all the best in the future.”

Earlier this year, Revlon named actress Madelyn Cline as its newest global brand ambassador, joining the ranks of Ashley Graham and Megan Thee Stallion as the latest face of the beauty brand.