‘Kylie Cosmetics’ entrepreneur Kylie Jenner just revealed the percentage of her company that is comprised of BIPOC (Black, indigenous, and People of Color).
As part of the #PullUpOrShutup initiative, started by Sharon Chuter (founder of Uoma Beauty) – Kylie shared on Instagram that 13% of the employees at Kylie Cosmetics are black, 47% are BIPOC, 53% are white, and 100% are women.
Take a look at Kylie’s revelation below and let us know: IS IT ENOUGH?
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Kylie Cosmetics is here for Pull Up for Change, for our team, and for the black community. We are proud of the diversity within our company, with a team of Black, White, Asian, Native American, Hispanic and Middle Eastern women. As our team grows we commit to a continued focus on ethnic diversity in the workplace and the recruitment of black employees. The numbers you see above represent the people at our Kylie Cosmetics/Kylie Skin HQ. Our leadership team is made up of two people, @Kyliejenner and @KrisJenner. Thank you @pullupforchange and @heysharonc @uomabeauty for bringing an important issue to the forefront of the conversation in our industry. #PullUpForChange