L'Oreal Vice President Discusses Diversity and Inclusion
The Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting and The Career Center present Ed Bullock, vice president of diversity and inclusion for L'Oreal USA., a leader in cosmetics and total beauty care.
Bullock, an inspirational speaker and writer, will discuss diversity and inclusion in the 21st Century.
Date: Tuesday, September 23
Time: 7 p.m.
Location: McNulty Hall Auditorium (Science Center).
The event is open to all students, faculty, staff and administrators.
More on Ed Bullock:
As vice president of diversity and inclusion for L'Oreal USA, Bullock reports directly to the President and CEO. In his position, he leads the company's diversity initiatives in its workforce, vendor and community relations. Specifically, Bullock is responsible for reviewing human resources representation, supplier diversity, multicultural advertising, philanthropy and all global diversity and inclusion training programs.
Bullock is the recipient of numerous awards such as the National Council for Community and Justice Humanitarian Award, The Distinguished Alumni Award from Norfolk State University, The NAACP and Urban League Service Awards, the American Association for Affirmative Action Corporate Award and awards from Winston Salem State University, Rutgers University,Seton Hall University and Young Scholars Institute. In 2006, he was selected as one of the Top 100 Blacks in Corporate America by Black Professionals Magazine.
Bullock holds an Honorary Doctorate Degree of Humane Letters from Norfolk State University, a Masters of Education degree from the College of New Jersey and a Bachelors degree from Norfolk State University.
He is the author of articles featured in the National Business Employment Weekly - a Wall Street Journal publication, the Black Collegian Magazine and several diversity publications. He is a frequent presenter on such topics as “Diversity and Inclusion”, “Preparing for the World of Work.” “The Resume, the Interview, and You,” and “Real Life in Corporate America.”
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