About Stefano Curti

LinkedIn_Profile_Picture_1376345502A recognized leader and innovator in the beauty and skincare industries, Stefano Curti has enjoyed a long and distinguished career with Johnson & Johnson (J&J), serving the company in the United States, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. Stefano Curti led the development and expansion of several J&J beauty product lines for more than two decades. He recently informed Johnson & Johnson’s world chairman, Jesse Wu, that he was leaving the company to pursue an opportunity to develop a line of consumer products for a venture capital group in San Francisco.

Stefano Curti was educated in Italy, where he received a bachelor’s degree in economics from Libera Università Internazionale degli Studi Sociali in Rome. He also earned a designation as a certified public accountant in Italy.

Beginning his career with Johnson & Johnson as a regional franchise director, Stefano Curti was responsible for the company’s products and interests in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. He then went on to become managing director of the Nordic countries before moving to Los Angeles to head the Neutrogena division of the company. During this time, Mr. Curti helped launch a number of products within the Neutrogena and Aveeno brands, including Neutrogena Acne Stress Control, Neutrogena Dermatologics, Aveeno Eczema, and Aveeno Hair Care.

In 2009, Stefano Curti was named president of the U.S. beauty division of Johnson & Johnson. He went on to become global president of the skincare line, most specifically baby and beauty products, in 2011.

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