The Sept. 30 program will provide insights and action plans for the industry as it advances toward a more equitable future for Black women in beauty.
Cosmetic Executive Women will host a free virtual program entitled, “Diversity & Inclusion Forum, Elevating Black Women: The Urgency for Diversity in the Beauty Industry,” in partnership with the CEW Task Force on Advancing Black Women on Thursday, Sept. 30 from 1 to 5 p.m. In an effort to make the valuable information that will be shared at this forum accessible to all, registration for this event is free thanks to the support of CEW’s Impact Partners.
The program content will provide insights and action plans for the industry as it advances toward a more equitable future for Black women in beauty. Rosalind Brewer, CEO of Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc. will be the keynote speaker preceding speeches from Esi Eggleston Bracey, chief operating office of Beauty and Personal Care of Unilever North America; Erica Culpepper, general manager, Carol’s Daughter and SoftSheen-Carson, L’Oreal Consumer Products Division; and Ajaa Long, head of Global Beauty and Luxury at Facebook.
Impact partners include 24|seven, Amazon Premium Beauty, Badger & Winters, BFA Industries, BIC, Briogeo, DIOR, Estee Lauder Companies, Facebook, Fairchild Media Group, Givaudan, Google, IMAN Cosmetics, Johnson & Johnson Consumer Health, and L’Oréal USA Professional Products Division & L’Oréal USA, among others. CEW also works with suppliers, as reported here.