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Philly Group Brings Joy to the Polls; Teenagers Increasingly Politically Minded; and More

Philly group bringing joy to voters trapped in hours-long early voting lines. With less than a week to go until the 2020 presidential election, the number of people voting early either in-person or through the mail is breaking records (experts predict 100 million citizens will have already voted before Nov….

Archived: VIDEO: How to Brand Your Company as a Diversity Leader

Click here to download the PDF of this presentation. Diana Solash Director, Americas Inclusiveness Center of Excellence EY Diana Solash joined EY in 1994 and is currently a Director in the organization’s Americas Inclusiveness Center of Excellence. In this capacity, Diana works closely with senior leaders, EY member firm partners…

Archived: We Evaluate CEO Commitment on Corporate Websites

How well is your company’s commitment to diversity and inclusion reflected on your website Is your CEO’s support upfront and clear DiversityInc’s Senior Vice President of Consulting Denyse Leslie ranks three insurance companies on their diversity-management messaging as part of an ongoing diversity-metrics series assessing diversity communications. By Denyse Leslie,…

Archived: Did Komen's Lack of Board Diversity Cause Its Crisis

The nonprofit Susan G. Komen organization’s board of directors is mostly Texan, homogeneousand wealthy. Here’s how the lack of diversity fueled its misstep over funding to Planned Parenthood, which resulted in a PR fiasco and a marketplace lack of confidence that will be hard to repair. The organization, which fights…

Archived: KPMG's CEO Reveals How to Be a Strong Diversity Leader

Even top-performing companies like KPMG, No. 22 in the 2012DiversityInc Top 50 and our 2011Top Company for Talent Pipeline, face challenges when generating buy-in on inclusion efforts from middle management. KPMG Chairman and CEO John Veihmeyer knows the pivotal role diversity has to his firm’s business operations and has personally…