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Julien Mininberg
President & CEO, Kaz
Julien Mininberg has been with Kaz since 2006, becoming President in 2007 and CEO in 2010. Previously, he served as Kaz's EVP/Global General Manager and Chief Marketing Officer. Before joining Kaz, Julien spent 15 years at Procter & Gamble, where he worked in general management and marketing. His P&G career was split evenly between the United States and Latin America. In the US, he focused on Marketing in P&G's Healthcare division for products such as Vicks, Pepto Bismol, and Metamucil. In Latin America, he led the company's cleaning products division and later managed Central America for P&G. Julien earned his Bachelor's degree and MBA from Yale University.
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Business Affiliations Prior to Joining Kaz
Procter & Gamble, 1990-2005
McKinsey & Company, 1989
Credit Suisse First Boston, 1986-1988
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*Studies have shown that keeping indoor air at an RH level of 40-60% reduces survival of flu viruses compared to lower RH levels. When used as directed, humidifiers can achieve and maintain 40-60% RH levels.