The worldwide beauty company, a main corporate supporter of ladies’ empowerment and entrepreneurship, fortified its commitment to propelling female leadership worldwide with the appointment of Wang. KK Chua. The leader of Mary Kay’s Asia-Pacific Region says that they are honored to declare the appointment of Wendy Wang to this senior leadership position. Her energy to see ladies carries on with improvement all through Asia and skill will be priceless as they proceed with their undaunted mission of advancing ladies’ lives. Wendy is a visionary leader who has the key strategic worldwide business discernment and demonstrated history to adequately explore the present ever-changing beauty industry landscape. As a worldwide beauty brand focused on engaging and empowering ladies, they perceive that ladies in leadership positions at Mary Kay are the main thrust behind their company’s proceeded with progress around the world. As a chief commercial official, Wang will create and drive the usage and practice of commercial strategies for the Asia-Pacific region. She will work together with regional leadership to guarantee the arrangement of general corporate objectives and lead the local group to help sales, marketing, business technology, and operations in every Asia-Pacific subsidiary. Wang joined Mary Kay China in 2002 as counsel for the Asia-Pacific region in the Corporate Legal Department. In her latest situation as VP and associate general counsel for Mary Kay Inc. . Wang will drive the group of legal professionals answerable for dealing with all legitimate issues for Mary Kay’s Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America, and North America areas. Furthermore, she will head with continued improvement and upgrade of Mary Kay’s anti-corruption program and was the head of the company’s strategic risk management function.
Wang says that she is excited about continue supporting ladies and their families in the Asia-Pacific region. She mentions that it is an extraordinary advantage and great privilege to work for an organization devoted to enriching ladies’ lives and she is focused on bending over to make efforts to guarantee a viable business opportunity for the independent beauty consultants.
The appointment of Wang is the latest in Mary Kay Inc.’s decades-long commitment to empowering women to serve in leadership positions around the globe. Mary Kay is a company built by women for women, and that core value is reflected in Mary Kay’s global and regional workforce gender diversity data (as of September 2020):
• 61% of Mary Kay’s global workforce is female
• 59% of Directors and above are female
• 51% of Global Vice Presidents and above are female
• 50% of Mary Kay’s global executive team is female
In the Asia-Pacific region, women are also the majority at every level of leadership. In August of 2019, Katherine Weng was appointed to general manager for Mary Kay China, making 100% of Mary Kay’s general managers in the Asia-Pacific region female. Some of the regional workforce gender diversity data include (as of September 2020):
• 57% of Mary Kay’s Asia-Pacific regional workforce is female
• 69% of regional leadership positions (Directors & above) is female
• 100% of market leadership in the Asia-Pacific region is female
Mary Kay Pink Power
As a worldwide supporter of women’s empowerment and for its 57th anniversary, the organization reported the launch of the Mary Kay Pink Power campaign in the Asia-Pacific area. Recognizing the difficulties the pandemic has modeled for the world, the campaign is an accolade for women’s empowerment and leadership inside the company at a corporate level just as outside with the Mary Kay Independent Beauty Consultants. Presently like never before, it is significant for ladies to meet up to support, empower and lift each other to reach their most noteworthy potential. In the following months, the campaign will focus on the company’s iconic founder, Mary Kay Ash, including empowerment stories of ladies pioneers from all foundations and at all stages in life under the hashtag #MKPinkPower.