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Thu, Dec 14

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https://the-authentic-asian.circle.so/

Fireside Chat with Nina Davuluri

Nina Davuluri is an acclaimed filmmaker, activist, writer & entrepreneur in the DE&I space. She's currently an advisory board member for L'Oréal USA's Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Advisory Board.

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Fireside Chat with Nina Davuluri
Fireside Chat with Nina Davuluri

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Dec 14, 2023, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM PST

https://the-authentic-asian.circle.so/

About the event

Nina Davuluri is an acclaimed filmmaker, activist, writer & entrepreneur in the DE&I space. She's currently an advisory board member for L'Oréal USA's Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Advisory Board. She also consults with brands on their inclusive marketing campaigns from all stages including the creation, execution, & roll-out. Her most recent venture combines the network she has cultivated, her love for advocacy, and disrupting global beauty standards by producing the documentary, #COMPLEXion, released on Amazon in February 2023. As a global leader in redefining beauty standards, she spearheaded a campaign against colorism, #SeeMyComplexion. This led to her being invited by the CEO of L’oreal to join the L’oreal Diversity & Inclusion Advisory Board, which she currently serves on. Since then, she went to Harvard Business School to study the Business of Entertainment, Media, & Sports. Nina truly believes entertainment & media are the most impactful mediums to create lasting change. To further her mission of dismantling beauty standards, Nina gave a viral TED Talk, The Cost of Beauty From A Miss America, fighting against toxic beauty standards & the harmful effects social media has had on perpetuating these standards. Being 8 years removed from winning Miss America, Nina realized that there is a significant cost to beauty that is never discussed. As someone who was deeply entrenched in the beauty industry, she understands the unique voice she has in order to continue leading this conversation & increase representation in mainstream media.

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