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Take-A-Lesson with Renee Russell, Executive Director at Avon Products,

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[Updated broadcast detail to follow] Renee Russell has over 20 years of experience in the fields of Leadership and Organizational Development, and has recently taken on a new challenge developing a global leadership pipeline for Avon Products Inc. Avon is a Fortune 500 company with 45,000 associates and 5 million direct sales representatives in 100 countries around the world. Throughout her career, Renee has developed and implemented human capital management strategies that increase profitability, reduce expenses, build team and individual effectiveness; ultimately enhancing an organization’s ability to move towards its stated goals. Prior to Avon, Renee was VP Learning & Organizational Development for Travelport a former division of Cendant Corporation. In this role she had global responsibility for Talent Management and Leadership Development and orchestrated the development of an internal Executive Coaching program. Renee has also held leadership positions at Prudential Financial, BlueCross and BlueShield and TRW; and founded Russell-Pregler LLC, a consulting firm focused on executive and team development. Renee earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing and Computer Science from West Chester University, and her Masters of Business Administration from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business. Renee is a founding member of the New Jersey Organizational Development Network, is an advisory member of the Girl’s Action Network, and sits on the finance committee for Our Lady of Grace Church, a National Historic site founded in 1851 in Hoboken, NJ. You will want to save this date as Altruistic Leadership welcome Renee Russell to Take-A-Lesson.

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