Crisis management with Cari Robinson, EVP, General Counsel of Revlon
To Be Announced
We are excited to be launching our "FaceTime with GC Leader" series of digital mentorship roundtables to continue our mission of providing mentorship opportunities for young professionals while keeping our members safe and healthy. The roundtable will be held through YJPs digital platform.
Please join YJP and Cari Robinson, EVP & General Counsel of Revlon
- Learn about the latest trends in your industry.
- Connect with the top leaders in your industry
- Get the opportunity to ask one on one questions.
*YJP has a non-solicitation policy covering all of our conferences and events. In order to provide a distraction-free environment for our mentors, sponsors, attendees, and employees, we do not allow solicitation at our events by attendees or unauthorized parties without the express written permission or consent from YJP.
Cari Robinson is the Executive Vice President, General Counsel at Revlon. Prior to joining Revlon, Cari was the Vice President, Assistant General Counsel, Investigations & Cybersecurity at IBM, where she led a global team responsible for handling internal investigations, regulatory matters, cybersecurity incidents and data breaches. Her previous position at IBM was as Associate General Counsel, Litigation, where she managed white collar and commercial litigation matters worldwide. Prior to joining IBM, Cari was an Assistant U.S. Attorney in the Criminal Division for the Southern District of New York, and before that, she was an associate at an international law firm. Cari graduated from Emory University School of Law and from Vassar College.
A partner in the Restructuring Department, Alice advises creditor and debtor clients in corporate reorganizations and bankruptcies, with a focus on postpetition financings, exit financings and specialized finance structures. Her recent company-side matters include advising Revlon, Animal Supply Company, Preferred Sands, Expro Holdings, Performance Sports Group and Foresight Energy, and recent creditor-side experience includes advising stakeholders in Oasis Petroleum, LSC Communications, Whiting Petroleum Corporation, TOMS Shoes, Neiman Marcus, PetSmart, Exide Technologies and an informal committee of certain holders of secured and unsecured notes of Chassix and Chassix Holdings.