Tag: Luke Visconti

Enough is Enough

It’s time for responsible Republican leaders to publicly disavow this monster. Enough is enough. It’s time that Republican senators, representatives, governors and party leaders stop hiding behind the curtains and get this guy off the stage. There is no hiding behind the message that was delivered on Tuesday — if…

Howard University Alumni Club of New Jersey to HostInaugural Scholarship Luncheon

HUACNJsalutes DiversityIncas anofficialmediapartner of theluncheon, where five New Jerseyresidentswill receive Distinguished Alumni awards. DiversityInc is “the dominant diversity publication” on the web and social media. At its core is theDiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity competition that uses SAS software to analyze data and draw correlations relative to performance. Luke…

Target Pays $2.8 Million To Settle Discrimination Lawsuit

Target (No. 25 on DiversityInc’s 2015 Top 50 Companies for Diversity) has agreed to pay $2.8 million in a discrimination suit filed by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the agency revealed Monday. According to the EEOC, it was discovered in 2006 that some of Target’s employment assessments, which the EEOC…

TD Bank EVP Nandita Bakhshi Shares Her Rise

Nandita Bakhshi. Photo via LinkedIn. “This is one of the best organizations I’ve worked for,” Nandita Bakhshi, Head of Consumer Bank for TD Bank, said. “Every single person at TD, both north or south of the border, works extremely hard to make it a very inclusive culture where people are…

NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer: ‘Diversity Means Greater Returns’

By Sheryl Estrada and Michael Nam Scott M. Stringer New York City Comptroller Scott M. Stringer began his position in January 2014 and has since created multiple diversity initiatives, including investing in Minority and Women Owned Business Enterprises (M/WBEs) and a Board Accountability Project, both spearheaded by the city’s first-ever…

NOD Launches PWD Employment Advisory with $1 Million Prudential Grant

By Sheryl Estrada Photo courtesy of the National Organization on Disability The National Organization on Disability (NOD) is making a corporate connection. Headed in a new direction of corporate services, the organization’s endeavors are supported by a $1 million lead corporate grant from the Prudential Foundation. For more than 30…