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Diana Verde Nieto & Nnenna Onuba join British Beauty Council’s executive board

By Callie Iley | 24 January 2024 | Movers & Shakers, News

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The British Beauty Council (BBCo) has welcomed Diana Verde Nieto and Nnenna Onuba to its executive board.

With extensive backgrounds in the British beauty industry, the pair will work alongside existing directors to propel the growth of the Council and ensure the non-profit organisation meets its aims.

Solidifying the BBCo’s work within its existing pillars of environmental, social and corporate governance; policy and influence; growth and talent, Diana Verde Nieto and Nnenna Onuba bring their unique knowledge and insight to the board.

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Diana Verde Nieto

A prominent business leader & sustainability expert, Diana Verde Nieto is also co-founder of Positive Luxury, which aids the global luxury industry, including beauty businesses, in adopting sustainable practices with its certification, the Butterfly Mark.

She comments: “Being appointed to the British Beauty Council executive board is a tremendous privilege. I look forward to sharing my expertise, which I’ve gained from my work at the intersection of sustainability, innovation and impact, towards serving the beauty industry and supporting the organisation’s leadership team.”


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Nnenna Onuba

Following tenures at PwC and Rothschild & Co, Nnenna Onuba has an extensive background in beauty entrepreneurship, mergers and acquisitions (M&A) and angel investing, and has dedicated herself to diversifying beauty boardrooms by identifying and promoting underrepresented talent through founding CIC 100 Allies. She is also the founder of skincare and wellness brand, LBB Skincare.

She comments: “It’s an honour to align with the British Beauty Council on our shared vision to strengthen the beauty industry’s future. I’m committed to contributing to the Council’s pillars of growth, talent and policy. Together, we will champion the beauty industry’s vibrant potential and its recognition as a key player in the UK economy, society and beyond.”