When Susan Akkad took an internship at Estée Lauder when she was 21, she probably never imagined she would one day be the Senior Vice
President, Local and Cultural Relevancy at The Estée Lauder Companies. Her goal is to identify and expand business opportunities to increase relevancy to Black and Brown markets globally. The Network Journal got to chat with her.
Upward movement in the workplace is not only about the work you do, but also about whether or not your boss notices. You may be a model employee, but if nobody sees these characteristics,
you may get passed over for promotions. Consider some of these ways to get noticed.