Working Mother

Progress—One Woman at a Time

L’Oréal USA

New York, New York

President and CEO Stéphane Rinderknech

Senior VP, HR and Chief HR Officer Stephane Charbonnier

Program Women of Color Think Tank, inspires multicultural women with professional development and external community work.

Employee Melissa Davis, Assistant Vice President, Marketing, Matrix Hair Color

What She Learned Success, at any level, is not achieved alone. Being part of a group of women who serve as mentors, resources, advocates and confidants to each other is invaluable.

Employee Puja K. Dutta, Director, Customer Marketing

What She Learned 

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