Trower’s retirement comes after 13 years with the company and will be effective Jul. 1, according to a statement released on Monday by Estée Lauder Companies. Trower’s successor has yet to be announced.
Since Trower joined The Estée Lauder Companies in 2008, she has led global communication expansion across regions and supported regional and affiliate leaders.
In addition to her global communications role, Trower also serves as a board member of The Estée Lauder Companies’ Charitable Foundation and is a founding member of the company’s Diversity Council, while also being first executive co-sponsor of wELCome, the company’s LGBTQA employee resource group.
“I am incredibly proud of all that my team and I have accomplished,” Trower said in a statement. “ELC’s Global Communications organisation has consistently advanced ahead of the curve, seamlessly partnering with stakeholders across the company and the industry to drive and support the continued success of our business.”