John Paul Mitchell Systems Introduces New Technical Director of Hair Color for Paul...
John Paul Mitchell Systems Introduces New Technical Director of Hair Color for Paul...


John Paul Mitchell Systems® (JPMS™) has announced that David Stanko has joined them in the newly created role of Technical Director of Hair Color for Paul Mitchell® Professional’s robust color portfolio. In this role, he will foster further collaboration between Research & Development, Marketing and Salon Development.

“I am so grateful to join JPMS—a company I’ve long admired. Now, I have the opportunity to combine my diverse hair color experiences with a brand that is passionate about professional hair color. I can’t wait to bring hair color to life in a way you’ve never seen before,” said Stanko.

Stanko's industry experience, combined with the company’s renowned innovative leadership, will continue JPMS' growth and authority in hair color.

"David has a rich history in professional color and is highly esteemed in the industry for his expertise. We’re extremely excited to explore the future of color at JPMS now that David has joined our team," commented Valerie George, Vice President of Research and Development at JPMS.

About John Paul Mitchell Systems®

John Paul Mitchell Systems®, a top manufacturer of salon-only professional hair care products, has been serving the professional beauty industry for over 40 years. The company produces salon-quality hair care, hair color and styling tools through a family of brands including Paul Mitchell®, Paul Mitchell® Clean Beauty, Paul Mitchell® Professional Hair Color, Paul Mitchell® Pro Tools™, Tea Tree, Awapuhi Wild Ginger®, MITCH®, MVRCK®, Neuro®, and MarulaOil. JPMS™ was the first company to take a stand against animal testing during its inception in 1980. In accordance with Co-founder and Chairman of the Board John Paul DeJoria’s motto, “Success unshared is failure,” the company has a strong commitment to giving back, supporting a wide range of philanthropic causes both domestically and internationally. For more information, visit 

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