How do you find certified suppliers owned by LGBT people and people with disabilities? Leaders of the two certifying organizations—the National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce and US Business Leadership Network offer advice at DiversityInc's October event.
How do you start a supplier-diversity initiative? Get best practices from Wyndham Worldwide, which received our award as Top Company for Supplier Diversity. José Nido, Vice President, Global Supplier Diversity, discussed how to find and nurture diverse suppliers, including Tier 1 and Tier 2, at DiversityInc's October event.
AT&T has had remarkable success in on-boarding new employees with the help of its resource groups. Debbie Storey, Senior Vice President, Talent Development and Chief Diversity Officer, showcased best practices including live events, leadership opportunities and cross-generational learning, at DiversityInc's October event.
How do you tell your D&I story internally and externally? Let employees tell their inspirational stories, sponsor research, apply for awards. Those are best practices shared by EY’s Diana Solash and Casey Monnerjahn at DiversityInc's event.
Toyota Financial Services President and CEO Mike Groff demonstrated how top leadership drives diversity initiatives as he inspired an audience of corporate leaders at DiversityInc's October event.
John D. Kemp President and CEO The Viscardi Center John D. Kemp is the President & CEO of The Viscardi Center, a network of non-profit organizations that provides a lifespan of services that educate, employ and empower children and adults with disabilities, based in Albertson, NY. He is widely respected for his many achievements, both …
Oliver Turman (AT&T), Michael Byron (Walmart) and Keith Hines (PwC) lead supplier diversity initiatives at their companies.
Mark Weinberger is the Global Chairman and CEO of EY, a leading global professional services organization that provides assurance, tax, transaction and advisory services. With 175,000 people in more than 150 countries, EY is one of the largest professional services organizations in the world.
Mike Ullman returned as Chief Executive Officer of JCPenney in 2013 to lead a turnaround after an unsuccessful strategy to move the retailer upmarket.
The 2014 DiversityInc Top 50 list was unveiled on April 22, 2014 at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City. There were 794 people from 302 companies at the dinner. Dr. Freeman Hrabowski, President of the University of Maryland–Baltimore County and expert on educational inequalities, delivered the keynote address. The event was covered by CNBC …
Juan Carlos Ordonez, Senior Vice President, Coating Solutions, North America accepts the 2013 DiversityInc Top Company for Diversity-Management Progress award on behalf of BASF.
Executive Vice President, Human Resources Steven Mizell accepts the 2013 DiversityInc Top Company for Global Cultural Competence award on behalf on Monsanto.
Former Toyota Financial Services President & CEO George Borst accepts the 2013 DiversityInc Top Company for Employee Engagement award on behalf of Toyota Motor North America.
Top Company for Community Philanthropy: Cox Communications Accepting Award: Pat Esser, President Reasons for Honor: Company spends 12 percent of its gross revenue on philanthropy and of its charitable donations, 49 percent go to multicultural nonprofits. Strong partnerships include the Human Rights Campaign, the National Association for Multi-Ethnicity in Communications and 100 Black Men of …
Top Company for Mentoring: Target Accepting Award: Beth Jacob, Executive Vice President, Target Technology Services and Chief Information Officer Reasons for Honor: Although Target is a major retailer with operations across the country, almost all of its employees participate in its formal mentoring program. The senior levels of the organization are mentors. Metrics are used …
Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes accepts DiversityInc's 2013 award as Top Company for Talent Development.
AT&T is a longtime supplier-diversity leader with high Tier 1 (prime) percentages: 15 percent with Minority Business Enterprises, 5 percent with Women-Owned Business Enterprises, 1.5 percent with Service Disabled Veteran Business Enterprises.
How can branding, sponsorship and market-facing activities refresh resource groups? How can groups communicate effectively online and via social media? Why do social-media networks matter?