Hilton Honors L’Oréal’s Angela Guy And Former Strength Of Nature Exec Charlene Davis At Ebony Power 100 Gala

Angela Guy X Charlene Dance

Angela Guy // Charlene Dance

Hilton recently joined EBONY Magazine in celebrating Black leaders and visionaries at its annual Power 100 gala on Dec. 1 at the Beverly Hilton hotel. Among them were two formidable forces in the hair and beauty industry. Angela Guy, SVP of Diversity & Inclusion at L’Oréal USA and Charlene Dance, founder/CEO of the Montage Agency, were both honored in the Hilton-sponsored tribute celebrating women who excelled at breaking down barriers and challenging and changing perceptions of what it means to be a strong, accomplished woman.

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Angela has worked for more than 25 years in the beauty industry across brands such as Johnson & Johnson and Soft-Sheen Carson. In her current role, she is responsible for shaping L’Oréal USA’s diversity efforts and earned recognition as a power player and one of the most influential women in business.


Charlene parlayed her success as the Global Marketing Director for Strength of Nature Global into a marketing and media empire, making her former employer first client.

“I think it is important to highlight women of color so brown girls can see a reflection of themselves achieving,” said Charlene regarding her honor.

Hilton X Ebony Power 100

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Angela and Charlene were among eight women honored in the “Woman Up” category, including Katrina Adams, Chairman, CEO and President of the U.S. Tennis Association; Cari Champion, ESPN SportsCenter Anchor; Vanessa Morrison, President of FOX Family; Beverly Nicholson-Doty, U.S. Virgin Islands Dept. of Tourism Commissioner; Bozoma Saint John, Chief Brand Officer of Uber; and Dia Simms, President of Combs Enterprises.

“Hilton proudly salutes these amazing women and celebrate their extraordinary journey in a male-dominated industry, while embodying strength, grace, and beauty in the face of adversity; all traits worthy of being honored and admired by all,” said Andrea Richardson, Director of Multicultural and Diversity Marketing for Hilton.

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