Dr. Clement Price, founder of the Rutgers University Institute on Ethnicity, Culture and the Modern Experience, has dedicated his life to civil rights. Read his remarkable story here.
What truly motivates your high performers? Diversity leader Karyn Twaronite reveals how inclusion drives E&Y employees to give their best at work every day.
View more than 20 of the new executives and diversity leaders appointed at DiversityInc Top 50 companies and other leading organizations.
Merck & Co. has stopped donations to the Boy Scouts because of the organization’s ban on gay scout leaders and members.
This attorney spent much of her legal career fighting for diversity in that profession. Now she’s championing D&I initiatives for gaming and hospitality giant MGM.
This self-described former ‘performing artist’ has embraced the challenge of helping Wells Fargo educate and connect with underrepresented groups in its communities.
An expert on new media’s applications to people with disabilities, Comcast’s new vice president of Accessibility will help make the company’s products available to all.
The global background of this Belgium native has allowed him to see firsthand that diversity leads to innovation, engagement and stronger decision making.
In the latest development, John Schnatter's not budging on his decision to cut employees' hours and raise pizza prices—while passing blame to Obamacare—despite a growing boycott of Papa John’s.
CEO John Lechleiter, Eli Lilly and Company, discusses how diversity impacts employee engagement, innovation and business goals.
University Hospitals CEO Thomas F. Zenty III discusses the dramatic impact of the Affordable Care Act and how his hospital’s diversity efforts in the workplace and the community are helping it survive.
Cultural competence in healthcare and diversity in succession planning are critical to the future of Kaiser Permanente, the next CEO, Bernard J. Tyson, told DiversityInc the day he was named to the position.
What Kind of CEO Worries About What Underwear and Cologne You Wear While the Stock Declines by Half?
Abercrombie & Fitch's CEO is in the public eye for questionable expenditures and outrageous personal demands. And all this while his company’s stock keeps falling.
Women’s votes could swing the presidential election, yet both President Obama and Gov. Romney don’t get the benefits of feminine—and inclusive—leadership styles.
This diversity web seminar reveals the proven strategies in diversity management that propelled PwC and AT&T to the top of the DiversityInc Top 50 list.
Charmaine Brown mentors aspiring Blacks and Latinos in her Cleveland community while building a diversity-management program at Forest City.
What challenges does the primarily Black-and-white city of St. Louis create for diversity leaders? Read how this Asian-Indian woman is helping companies breakdown racial barriers.
Global Chief Diversity Officer Sharon Orlopp discusses the best practices and innovative diversity training that’s motivating Walmart’s managers to become personally accountable for diversity progress.
Does Mitt Romney really understand the needs of Black voters? The NAACP says the presidential candidate’s keynote was at odds with key Black-voter concerns.
The court’s decision has far-reaching impact on healthcare inequities. Here’s an analysis of this as well as comments from DiversityInc Top 50 companies.
A marketing background helped this diversity leader generate buy-in for diversity management.
A cultural disconnect with Brazilian colleagues showed this leader how diversity affects business potential.
Diversity leadership is displayed by two CEOs supporting diversity in response to the Boy Scouts’ ban on gay leaders. Both are on the scouts’ executive board.
As the first person in her family to finish college—as well as law school—Rhonda Crichlow has a strong desire to give back to others who need opportunities.