Events

When:

Tuesday, October 3, 2017
6:30–7:30 p.m.

Where:

Adelphi University's Center for Recreation and Sports, Campbell Lounge Rooms 1 and 2
 
 
Tagged: Robert B. Willumstad School of Business, Hagedorn Lecture Series

Leadership in the Beauty Industry… What Does It Take?

Event, Lecture Series


Nicholas IadevaioNicholas Iadevaio is currently Vice President of Corporate Human Resources at L’Oreal USA, where he has been employed for over 13 years. During his tenure at L’Oreal, Iadevaio has worked with the Management Teams of over 13 global L’Oreal brands such as Kiehl’s, Redken, Matrix, Kerastase, L’Oreal Professionnel, and Mizani, among others, across multiple channels of distribution, including retail, wholesale, professional and ecommerce/digital. Prior to L’Oreal, Iadevaio was Director of Human Resources for the Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company. Before entering that role, Iadevaio spent many years in the retail supermarket business as a General Manager, and started his career journey in the technology sector. 

Iadevaio holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Information Systems from Bentley University, and an M.B.A. in Human Resource Management from Adelphi University. He is also a certified Professional in Human Resource Management, and is currently completing a Coaching Certification through the ICF.

L’Oreal USA, based in New York City, is a subsidiary of the L’Oreal Group, headquartered in Paris, France. L’Oreal is the number one company in the beauty industry, manufacturing and selling hair care, hair color, and skin care products, cosmetics and fragrances. L’Oreal operates over 32 Global brands in 140 countries, with sales of over 25 billion euros, and over 83,000 employees worldwide, with 497 patents registered in 2015. 

There will be a light mixer following the lecture in the Center for Recreation and Sports, Campbell Lounge, Room 3.


For more information, please contact: 

Kathy Dillon
p – 516.877.4684
e – dillon@adelphi.edu

 
Tagged: Robert B. Willumstad School of Business, Hagedorn Lecture Series