Data Transparency and Accountability

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New Study Shows AAPI Roles Are So Limited in Hollywood That ‘The Rock’ Alone Represents More Than One-Third of Them

As if the recent jaw-dropping news that 42% of Americans couldn’t name a famous Asian American (despite Vice President Kamala Harris being one) weren’t bad enough, now comes another disturbing example of just how underrepresented AAPI individuals are in all aspects of American society and the business world, including the…

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The Wharton School, Moody’s and DiversityInc Release New Workplace Culture DEI Study

The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, with support from DiversityInc and Moody’s Corporation (No. 35 on The DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity list in 2021), today published a new study, “Improving Workplace Culture Through Evidence-Based Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Practices,” examining the relationship between diversity, equity and…

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New Study Reveals That 80% of Asian Americans Feel Regularly Discriminated Against

Even in the midst of AAPI Heritage Month, a new study reveals that 8 in 10 Asian Americans believe they are regularly discriminated against in the United States. NPR’s Dustin Jones has reported that in a recent survey commissioned by the new nonprofit, Leading Asian Americans to Unite for Change…

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Preliminary 2020 Census Data Suggest Massive Undercount of Minorities Including Latinx and Asian Populations

As more data from the 2020 Census emerges from the federal government, advocacy experts are becoming increasingly alarmed that vast swaths of minority segments, including Asian, Latinx, Black, and Indigenous populations, were severely undercounted during the last survey of the nation’s population conducted under the leadership of former President Donald…

Golden Globes

Golden Globes Announce Series of Changes to Promote Increased Diversity Within Membership of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association

Following ongoing criticism over a lack of diversity in its selections and membership, plus the recent news that Netflix and Amazon are considering withdrawing their films out of consideration for prizes in the future, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association — the voting body behind the Golden Globes — has announced…

DiversityInc 2021 Top 50 event: Leading in Challenging Times: A Panel Discussion

During DiversityInc’s 2021 virtual event “Leading in Challenging Times,” panelists discussed how leaders from top companies integrate data transparency into their corporate strategy, their workforce connections and their consumer outreach in the communities they serve. Participants included Theresita Richard, Vice President of Diversity at Capital One (No. 28 on The DiversityInc…

DiversityInc 2021 Top 50 event: Leveraging Talent Data to Measure Fairness and Equity

During DiversityInc’s 2021 virtual event Leveraging Talent Data to Measure Fairness and Equity, panelists discussed the importance of approaching talent development data from all sides—and how this information can be processed to create the most accurate measures of fairness and equity possible within the corporate landscape. Panelists included Kia Painter,…

DiversityInc 2021 Top 50 event: Driving Brand Loyalty and Market Share Through Data Transparency

During DiversityInc’s 2021 virtual event “Driving Brand Loyalty and Market Share Through Data Transparency,” panelists discussed how a company’s data transparency can drive brand loyalty and increase profits and market share while further supporting corporate goals and strategies.  Panelists for this session included Laura Peterson, Senior Managing Director of Communications,…