Cantu Beauty is on a mission to provide women of color around the globe with career readiness to thrive and survive. The award-winning multicultural hair care brand will partner with Women Empowering Nations (WEN), a non-profit organization designed to provide young girls of color in underserved neighborhoods with the exposure, development, and mentorship resources they need to accelerate their journey to positions in executive leadership. “Cantu Beauty has always been committed to supporting the next generation of female leaders by equipping them with the skills and resources to make a difference in their personal and professional lives,” said Dametria Kinsley, Cantu Beauty’s Global Vice President of Marketing, in an official press release shared with AfroTech. “Through our partnership with WEN, we’re able to take our commitment to the next level at a larger scale to reach women of color all over the world.”
Jan 10, 2022
Cantu Beauty and the United Negro College Fund (UNCF) are here to bless some nontraditional students with funding for programming and scholarships! According to PR Newswire, the award-winning multicultural hair care brand will invest $150,000 for nontraditional students at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) across the nation. “Higher education is a catalyst that propels Black and brown communities forward,” said Dametria Mustin , global vice president of marketing, Cantu Beauty in an official statement. “Cantu continues to remain committed to paving the way for the next generation of leaders, entrepreneurs, and shapers of our community through financial support and seminars preparing nontraditional college students for success early on in their careers.” Nontraditional undergraduate students include those who may have delayed their enrollment into postsecondary education, attend college part-time while working full-time and also have dependents other than a spouse....
Oct 19, 2021