Pandora’s chief marketing officer, Carla Liuni (pictured), will leave the charm brand at the end of March, Pandora announced Thursday.
In a statement, Liuni said she wished to “return to Italy to be closer to my family.”
Liuni joined Pandora in March 2020. Prior to that, she was the vice president of global marketing and communications at Bulgari.
Pandora said it expects to appoint a new chief marketing officer by summer. CEO Alexander Lacik will oversee global marketing until a successor is in place.
“We understand Carla’s wish to return home for personal reasons, and now is a good time to pass the baton,” said Lacik in a statement. “Carla joined shortly after we relaunched our brand in 2019, and she has been an important contributor to our turnaround.”
Before coming to Pandora, Liuni also worked at Procter & Gamble.
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