Tag: Leadership

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Racial and Ethnic Diversity at Nonprofit Foundations Nearing Historic Levels of Representation and Inclusion

If there’s one sector where diversity and inclusion efforts are succeeding, above all others, it might just be the world of nonprofits and philanthropic foundations. A new survey of nearly 2,400 men and women working at 124 different foundations conducted by CHANGE Philanthropy, a coalition of philanthropy groups, found that…

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CEOs of S&P 500 Companies Make Approximately 299 Times More Than Their Average Worker

Even with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, a new report from the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) reveals that CEO salaries continue to soar while compensation for the people working for these individuals remains stagnant.  Moira Ritter of CNN Business has reported that “the average S&P…

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Amazon, Microsoft, Zillow and Leading US Companies Launch Black Boardroom Initiative

The number of Black executives in corporate boardrooms remains shockingly sparse even with the ongoing push for diversity and inclusion all across American culture — including companies big and small alike. But some of the biggest corporations in the United States are working on a new initiative to change that….

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…

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DiversityInc 2021 Top 50 event: Fireside Chat with Carole Huntsman

During a DiversityInc 2021 virtual Fireside Chat, Carole Huntsman, Head of North America, Sanofi Genzyme and U.S. Country Lead at Sanofi (No. 27 on The  DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity list in 2021), spoke about allies in corporate America with Carolynn Johnson, CEO of DiversityInc. Here’s a look back at…

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Women’s History Month Profiles: Katharine Graham, Washington Post Publisher and First Female CEO of a Fortune 500 Company

During Women’s History Month, DiversityInc is honoring a series of woman innovators and history makers like Katharine Graham, who are often overlooked in mainstream media coverage and history books. Check back throughout March to learn about more important figures. Born: June 16, 1917, New York City Died: July 17, 2001, Boise,…

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Tokyo’s Olympic Committee Names New President After Scandal Over Sexist Comments From Previous Leader

Following a scandal over sexist remarks made by its former chair, the Tokyo 2020 organizing committee has named a new president: Japanese athlete-turned-politician Seiko Hashimoto. A former cyclist and speed skater who competed in seven Summer and Winter Olympics, Hashimoto steps into a highly volatile role as Tokyo Olympic Organizing…

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Comcast NBCUniversal’s Dalila Wilson-Scott on Maintaining Employee Engagement, the Challenges of COVID-19, the Company’s Ongoing Commitment to Social Justice and More

Media & technology company Comcast NBCUniversal is working hard to further its commitment to diversity and inclusion. Already a DiversityInc Top 50 company (they ranked No. 7 in 2020 on our annual list of the country’s top companies for diversity), the company recently distributed the first round of RISE awards…