Dan Bethelmy – Rada background Information

Dan Bethelmy-Rada was born in 1975 in Venezuela. She went to Sorbonne where she pursued Bachelor of International Business. In 2002, she obtained his MBA from ESSEC Business School, France. Dan Bethelmy put into practice her career in 2003 at L’Oreal where she worked as the product manager. she was delegated various international roles within the company. she worked as the director in 2005 and later upgraded to be the assistant Vice President of Garnier International. Two years later, the company was rated to be the leading antibacterial brand in Europe. In 2011, he was promoted to be the senior vice president of L’Oreal for hair and Styling. Dan Bethelmy got promotion after the other where in 2014 she became Garnier International Deputy General Manager. Under the position, he took the responsibility of brand marketing hubs in several countries which include India, US, Singapore, Brazil and Russia. In January 2015, she was appointed to be the General Manager for Matrix DMI.

Being an experienced person in L’Oreal, Paris, she is a great innovator possessing skills in marketing and digital strategy. Dan Bethelmy spent most of her lifetime in different countries after being born in Venezuela, loved in United States and later to Paris. This has enable her to do best in the international business having stayed in more than one country. Every day, she develops products and also engaging herself in creation and editing of digital and social media. Moreover, they also sell their projects to outside voices. Engaging himself in photography, she says that it contributes also to marketing and she uses it as another means of communication.

Away with her work as a general manager, Dan Bethelmy-Rada loves taking pictures wherever she travels in the world and she loves social media. she is also passionate in giving heart to the ream development and also nurturing talents that leads to the shining of Matrix. Dan Bethelmy has participated in L’Oreal Seminar where she spoke on diversity and inclusion at Harvard Kennedy School. She greatly advices that right time or right age to live your dreams does not exist.