NEW YORK — L’Oréal USA has appointed SoftSheen-Carson head, Angela Guy, as senior vice president of Diversity & Inclusion. Guy was most recently svp, general manager, SoftSheen-Carson and will be succeeding industry veteran Edward Bullock, who will be retiring after 27 years at the beauty firm. Replacing Guy as vp, gm, SoftSheen-Carson will be Nicole Fourgoux, who most recently served as field sales vp, Maybelline NY-Garnier.

Guy joined L’Oréal in 2004 as vp, president of sales for SoftSheen-Carson before being promoted to svp of sales in 2007.  A year later, she was appointed svp, gm of the division. During her tenure, Guy expanded SoftSheen-Carson’s distribution, developed relationships with retailers and helped consolidate SoftSheen-Carson position as a category leader.

Bullock served as vp of Diversity & Inclusion for almost 10 years after leading the CONA Human Resources Talent Recruitment team as assistant vice president.

Fourgoux joined L’Oréal in 1996, with much of her career within the Consumer Products division. Prior to her most recent role at Maybelline N.Y.-Garnier, she was vp of marketing for skin care, also for Maybelline N.Y.-Garnier. Prior to coming to the U.S. in 2006, Fourgoux held various marketing positions at LaRoche-Posay, Vichy, L’Oréal Paris and Garnier in both France and Germany.