Sandrine Gadol is the Chief Innovation Officer for L’Oréal’s North American operations. She has been with the company for 28 years, working on brands such as Garnier, L’Oréal Paris, and La Roche-Posay. In her current role, Sandrine leads a team that creates category disrupters and sustainable innovations that solve consumer issues and drive industry changes. With a talent for turning consumer insights and trend research into beauty innovations, Sandrine and her team have been responsible for several notable products, including the My UV Patch skin sensor, the Makeup Genius augmented reality app, Gjosa—the Professional Water Saver showerhead for salons—and numerous first-to-market technologies in hair, skin, and makeup. She has held various leadership roles within the company, including Global VP for Skincare at Garnier, Head of Global Marketing for La Roche-Posay, VP of Skincare for L’Oréal Paris, and SVP of Marketing.
Before joining L’Oréal, Sandrine worked in television production. Sandrine received her bachelor's degree in history from Sorbonne and a graduate degree from the Institute of Political Sciences in Paris. She currently resides in New York City.
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