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- Insider's Take
To avoid their hair becoming a talking point that distracts from their actual work, some Black women keep their hairstyles conservative or flow with the trends. Other women style their hair confidently and make it part of their personal brand. In this Black Enterprise panel discussion, Angel Beasley – merchandising director for specialty hair at Walmart – and Teneya Gholston – Crème of Nature senior marketing director – discuss the complexities and struggles surrounding Black hair at work.
About the Speakers
At the time of this panel, Angel Beasley was Walmart’s senior buyer for multicultural hair and tools, Lydia T. Blanco was a Black Enterprise editor and Teneya Gholston was Crème of Nature’s senior marketing director.