Martin Luther King Jr. I Have a Dream
Former Woman Worth Watching award winner advocates for persons on the autism spectrum   The Asperger Syndrome Training and Employment Partnership (ASTEP) is proud to announce the addition of Cindy Gentry as the newest member of its advisory board. As a Senior Partner at Mercer U.S., Ms. Gentry has over... Read more
Former Women Worth Watching Award Winner Takes On KPMG’s Top Role   KPMG in the U.S. has elected Lynne Doughtie to serve as its next Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, for a five-year term starting July 1. Doughtie currently leads KPMG’s Advisory business, and has distinguished herself in numerous... Read more
If you haven’t yet nominated your rising stars for our 14th Annual Women Worth Watching Awards, I personally encourage you to do so soon. Nominations close April 17, and you won’t want to miss this celebration of female leadership for so many reasons: Your nomination helps inspire further professional... Read more
  The United States Supreme Court has granted review of several legal cases seeking the freedom to marry, and will hear an oral argument in the cases on April 28, 2015. A decision, which could bring the freedom to marry to same-sex couples nationwide once and for all, is... Read more
Following a decades-long fight for marriage equality, Replacements, Ltd. Founder and CEO Bob Page married his longtime partner Dale Frederiksen last night in a private family ceremony at the company’s headquarters in Greensboro, North Carolina. A long-time activist for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender rights, the 69-year old CEO... Read more
One of the most rewarding aspects of my job here at Diversity Journal is to work with people, like these, who are committed to the work of “making our world a better place for all to live–with ALL our differences.” For the 50th Anniversary of the historic march from... Read more
One Goal: To Remain Workforce Diversity’s Most Vocal Advocate   Email. Message. Text. Blogs. Posts. Videos. The way people get information today is has changed in a big way. At Profiles in Diversity Journal, our mission has always been to help workplaces communicate their journey, celebrate their milestones, and recognize their... Read more
AT&T Appoints Cynthia Marshall as Chief Diversity Officer AT&T Services, Inc. has named Cynthia Marshall, senior vice president-Human Resources, to take on the additional role of Chief Diversity Officer. In this capacity, Marshall will lead the company’s award-winning efforts to foster an inclusive and diverse workforce. Marshall will continue her... Read more
GetEQUAL Celebrates 5th Anniversary with the Launch of “No Asterisks” Campaign for Full Federal LGBTQ Equality
View image | gettyimages.com Yesterday, five years after the launch of the organization, GetEQUAL announced a LGBTQ Bill of Rights as part of a new “No Asterisks” campaign for full LGBTQ equality.  The LGBTQ Bill of Rights is based on a year’s worth of listening sessions and surveys of... Read more
by Angelia Z. Shay    Having worked in the male-dominated financial services industry for more than twenty-five years, there have been times when I didn’t feel heard. Even as loud as my voice can be, when it came to questioning the way things are done or bringing a new idea... Read more
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