PCA Skin Appoints Joanna Zucker as New CEO

Joanna Zucker, CEO of PCA Skin // Photo Courtesy of PCA Skin

PCA Skin has announced that Joanna Zucker will serve as its new CEO. With over 25 years of experience in the consumer package goods industry, Zucker has held senior roles at large companies like PetSmart and Procter & Gamble. She has also worked in global beauty care for nine years. 

As CEO, Zucker’s responsibilities will include overseeing business strategies and execution, which will be focused on products and services through dermatologists, physicians, and independent estheticians.  She will be based out of the PCA Skin headquarters in Scottsdale.

“I am thrilled to join PCA Skin and lead this amazing brand and organization,” says Zucker. “PCA Skin is a beloved and trusted brand among consumers and skincare professionals. I am confident that our focus on breakthrough and meaningful innovation, education and customer service that has set us apart for nearly 30 years will continue to drive strong growth around the world."

John Hazlin, vice president, global personal and home care for Colgate-Palmolive, the parent company of PCA Skin, says he is hoping to work more closely with skincare professionals and expand the brand and its services. “Joanna has a deep understanding of brand building in the Personal Care category as well as general management and operations experience that make her the perfect fit to lead our fast-growing PCA SKIN business,” he said. 

Connect with Zucker on LinkedIn, and be sure to connect with American Spa on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and our new YouTube channel.
 

RELATED STORIES

Tia Graham, Founder Of Arrive At Happy, To Speak At Women In Wellness West

AMA Appoints Patrice Harris As First Female African American President

Three Doctor-Proven Tips For Transitioning To Your Summer Skincare Routine

Suggested Articles

The pop-up will consists of self-care essentials and herbal, beauty, and wellness products.

There's an uptick in requests for non-invasive cosmetic treatments and surgeries from Thanksgiving through New Year’s Eve.

For contemplation and mindfulness, The Mandarin Oriental is going silent for one night.