Procter & Gamble
reassigned some of the management overseeing its operations and said two officials will retire in the coming months.
Paolo deCesare, currently president of global skin care and global personal cleansing, has been named president, global skin care, personal cleansing and deodorants. Melanie Healey, vice president, North America feminine care, was named president, global feminine care.
Steven W. Jemison, currently general counsel for Central and Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Africa, was named secretary and associate general counsel.
The consumer products giant said Charles E. Pierce, the president of global family care, will become president of global oral care. Martin Riant, president of global feminine care and global deodorants/Old Spice, has been elected president of global baby care and adult care. David S. Taylor, vice president, North America family care, will be president of the division.
The changes are effective July 1.
Valarie L. Sheppard, the manager of finance and accounting for global household care, has been named vice president and comptroller as of Aug. 1. Additionally, Charles V. Bergh, president of ASEAN, Australasia and India, has been named president on special assignment. Deborah A. Henretta, the president of global baby and adult care, will replace Bergh. The change is effective Sept. 1.
John K. Jensen, vice president and comptroller, will retire Oct. 1, and Michael E. Kehoe, the president of global oral care, will retire Jan. 2.