New initiatives are challenging the status quo, but there is still much room for companies to build ethnic diversity and female leadership at the highest executive levels
From foundation hues for all skin tones to gender-inclusive skin care brands, beauty companies have shown that it has received the message loud and clear: representation matters.
But beyond product, attention has turned to the people making the decisions behind the brands – and how representative they are of the communities they serve.
Boardroom diversity has been under increasing scrutiny in recent years, met with a response by some of the biggest beauty companies to challenge the stereotypes of leadership....
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