In corporate America, infusing diversity into an organization can take skill. Meet some of the country’s top African-American fashion and beauty executives, who use their skills to develop and oversee unique programs in their ongoing quest to include more minorities in the workplace.
1. EDWARD W. BULLOCK
L’Oréal, USA | Vice President, Office of Diversity and Inclusion
JOB HIGHLIGHT: Ensures that the Multicultural Advertising, Supplier Diversity and Human Resources departments, among others, are consistently inclusive of all minorities.
“The type of diversity and inclusion that we do here is a necessary tool toward innovation. When our teams are diverse, including varying cultural backgrounds, we have the best opportunity to come up with the best strategies and products to fit the needs for consumers around the world.”
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