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John Miller Appointed VP of Sales and Education at Pravana

Jamie Newman | March 7, 2018 | 1:29 PM
John Miller is Pravana's new VP of Sales and Education.

Henkel and Pravana announce John Miller will succeed Michelle Chandler as the new Vice President of Sales and Education at Pravana. The news comes following the announcement of Michelle Chandler’s promotion to General Manager at Pravana in November 2017.

Effective immediately, Miller, an industry veteran of more than 29 years, will lead the Sales and Education teams through the next phase of the brand in partnership with Henkel Beauty Care.

“I am thrilled to join the Pravana team as the new Vice President of Sales and Education,” Miller says. “Growing up in the industry, I have been involved in professional beauty care since I can remember; it’s essential for me to be a part of a brand with strong DNA. Today, I am truly honored to be standing alongside a team of passionate and innovative people. In this new role, I look forward to leading the sales and education teams as well as supporting all who make Pravana successful.”  

Miller’s experience in the professional beauty industry began more than 29 years ago as a third-generation beauty supply owner. His longstanding career has since spanned across both distribution and manufacturing divisions of the industry, including SalonCentric and Beauty Alliance. Prior to joining Pravana, Miller most recently worked with Italian-based professional color and care brand Tocco Magico as the National Sales Director for the United States.

 

 

“We are pleased to appoint John Miller to his new position,” said Chandler. “His experience, skill and industry knowledge make him an asset to our growing PRAVANA brand. He has a long history of strong relationships in his area of expertise and a proven track record for delivering results, making him a valuable part of this new partnership with PRAVANA and Henkel Beauty Care.”

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