P&G Salon Professional’s Reuben Carranza Announced as New Member of Beauty Changes Lives Board of Directors

 

Lynelle Lynch, president of BCL Board of Directors, and Reuben Carranza.

Beauty Changes Lives (BCL), a nonprofit organization, along with P&G Salon Professional, recently announced Reuben Carranza as one of seven new members elected to the BCL Board of Directors. Carranza, the North American CEO and managing director of P&G Salon Professional, joins Robert Passage, Jan Arnold, Ted Gibson, Christine Gordon, John Halal, and Lynelle Lynch on the new BCL board of directors. The group plans to continue the BCL mission, which is committed to raise the perception of careers in the beauty and wellness industries.

After announcing the new board of directors, P&G Salon Professional donated $10,000 to the nonprofit’s scholarship fund, which will be awarded in an upcoming contest for perspective individuals looking to join the professional beauty industry. On behalf of BCL, Carranza urged other members of the professional beauty industry to support BCL and its cause by making a contribution.—Aja Edwards

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