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Empower Me: What Women Really Want in Their Career
by Michelle McQuaid Have you heard it? There’s a quiet revolution that is taking place in our organizations. And it’s being led by women who long to feel more authentic at work and do more of what they do best. Last year, women’s workplace researcher Megan Dalla-Camina, author of Getting Real... Read more
Epstein Becker Green’s Pierre Georges Bonnefil Appointed Chevalier in the French Légion d’Honneur
En Français Member of the Firm at Epstein Becker Green, Pierre Georges Bonnefil has been appointed a Chevalier in the French Légion d’Honneur by the Republic of France. The designation was presented to Bonnefil by French Consul General Bertrand Lortholary at an official ceremony at the French Consulate in New... Read more
CVS Health Expands Free Health Screening Initiative to Increase Access to Care
By David Casey, Vice President, Workforce Strategies and Chief Diversity Officer, CVS Health CVS Health’s Project Health initiative, known as Proyecto Salud in Spanish, helps connect residents in multicultural communities to preventive health care. To reflect our company’s broadening commitment to health care, CVS Health expanded the annual campaign... Read more
It is estimated that by 2020, one in five Americans will be Hispanic and, by 2050, that gap will shorten to one in three. According to the latest survey by the FDIC, nearly half of Latino households are currently underserved. So for financial institutions, this market segment’s rapid growth presents both... Read more
CenturyLink’s Bilingual Customer Service hub in El Centro makes an uncommon connection with customers    On July 21, CenturyLink celebrated the 30th anniversary of the founding of its Bilingual Customer Service Center in Phoenix, Arizona. The first bilingual telecommunications call center in the United States and the longest tenured bilingual... Read more
Developing the Next Generation of Chief Diversity Officers in Higher Education By Oliver Tomlin, Senior Partner, Witt/Kieffer   The role of chief diversity officer at colleges and universities has blossomed and evolved over the years. It has gone from being a primarily tactical position to a strategic one, requiring a... Read more
Simply changing your approach can help turn critics into champions   By Robin Pedrelli Organizations have struggled with the concept of middle manager engagement since middle managers became part of the picture. And this phenomenon is not reserved for Diversity and Inclusion practitioners alone. Too often, organizations forget the... Read more
By Noelle Bernard For more than 40 years, Niagara University has helped students pursue roles in service and management careers through its renowned College of Hospitality and Tourism Management. Nestled a few miles from the Canadian border and the rushing waters of tourist hot spot, Niagara Falls, the university... Read more
By Alanna Klapp Diversity may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of the National Park Service, but there is a long history of few minorities visiting national parks or working in the conservation and environmental fields. The Student Conservation Association (SCA) and its... Read more
By Elizabeth Dipp Metzger Financial Adviser, New York Life As I look at the sunrise from my airplane window on the way to a business meeting in Dallas, my blessings wash over me. I am a daughter of wonderful parents, an aunt to the coolest kids I know, a wife,... Read more