CCIP Unveils New Leadership for 2024: Industry Veterans Poised to Propel Growth and Sustainability

February 02, 2024 – Alike Editorial

The Chamber of Cosmetics Industry of the Philippines, Inc. (CCIP) has unveiled its newest Board of Trustees for 2024. As the organization gears up for its 50th anniversary in February, this dynamic team brings a wealth of experience and a shared vision for elevating the Philippine cosmetics industry to even greater heights.

Taking the lead as President is Christine Michelle Reyes of Amway Philippines, LLC. An industry veteran with a deep understanding of the market, Reyes is honored to steer CCIP through its golden year. "With advancements in beauty science, safety regulations, and a booming wellness market," she states, "CCIP will continue to play an integral role in driving the success and sustainability of the Philippine cosmetics industry."

Reyes is joined by a diverse and highly qualified team, each member committed to CCIP's core values of competitiveness, transparency, and collaboration. Maricar Lopez of Connell Brothers Company Philippines assumes the role of Secretary, while Monina Leslie Ferrer of Snoe Beaute Produits, Inc. takes on the responsibility of Treasurer.

Spearheading external affairs is Jenny Rose Nunez of Diversey Philippines, Inc., leading a team of talented vice presidents:

  • Denice Sy of Ever Bilena Cosmetics, Inc. (VP of Information & Public Affairs)
  • Dr. Janina Tan of Jradiance Corporateion (VP of Trade & Industry)
  • Shirley Cayago of Splash Corporation (VP of Professional Development & Education)
  • Rachel Manzano of UL Skin Sciences, Inc. (VP of Government & Regulatory Affairs)
  • Linda Yu of Amchem Marketing, Inc. (VP of Corporate Social Responsibility)

Jacqueline Lim of First Asia Manufacturing Corporation leads internal affairs, supported by her own strong team:

  • William Gilbert Mateo of Accord International Inc. (VP of Membership)
  • Diego Jamie Buenaflor of Vivanti Executive Advantage, Inc. (VP of Programs)
  • Normando Damilig of Npack Inc. (VP of Sports & Recreation)
  • Dennis Ladia of Environatural Corporation (VP of Ways & Means)
  • Camille Buenaventura of Suarez Metaplus Industries, Inc. (VP of Special Projects)

From fostering information exchange and professional development to advocating for favorable regulations and promoting sustainable practices, CCIP's new leadership is poised to navigate the evolving landscape of the Philippine cosmetics industry.

As CCIP enters its 50th year, this fresh infusion of expertise signals a renewed commitment to its founding vision: to propel the Philippine cosmetics industry into a pivotal force for economic growth, development, and enhanced quality of life.

CCIP has an active membership network of over 180+ cosmetics companies in the Philippines; ranging from brand owners, distributors, traders, manufacturers, raw materials suppliers, packaging, labeling and equipment suppliers, among other allied services in the industry.


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