Kyoshia is actively engaged in Moet Hennessy’s diversity and inclusion efforts — first, as a member of the former Polycultural committee, and now, organizing and leading Moet Hennessy USA’s first Black employee resource group. In 2019, she organized the company’s first Black History Month celebration, and then co-authored its IDE strategy. Most recently, she was the catalyst for the company‘s discussion of racial bias and systemic injustices that affect Black Americans. Kyoshia‘s personal mission is to ensure upfront presence of more Black professional women in her industry, and her leadership, insight, and confidence have inspired her peers to join her efforts.
Christina co-leads Women @ MHUSA, Moet Hennessy USA’s internal initiative and the most celebrated pillar of MHUSA’s Diversity & Inclusion strategy. The program is based on three pillars – personal and professional development, creating meaningful connections (both internally and externally) and giving back to the community. In 2018, Women @ MHUSA organised and hosted 350+ participants at over 30 events and programmes in New York and across the United States. They also launched a Women in Leadership Speaker Series and created monthly author and panel discussions and networking events with best-selling authors in conversation with a diverse group of panellists about poignant and relevant topics. They have elevated their partnership with Women of the Vine and Spirits, and continued to foster Dress for Success corporate partnership for eight professional women’s group events. Christina is an active member of the nationally recognised Dress for Success organisation, and has participated in annual clothing drive collections as well as served as mentor during their Professional Women’s Group meetings; sharing insights and learnings about her own career to benefit the women who are part of the Dress for Success network.