Tasha Kitty – Sun Life Financial
Tasha Kitty Senior HR Program Consultant, Talent Acquisition, Management, and Diversity, Sun Life Financial, US Corporate Headquarters: Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts Website: www.sunlife.com/us Primary Business: Financial Services Revenues: $10.3 billion Employees: 2,845 (14,260 Worldwide) Vision of the Future Over the past several years, the financial industry has established more diverse... Read more
Amy Kahn – University of the Rockies
Amy Kahn, Ph.D. Director of Diversity, University of the Rockies Corporate Headquarters: Colorado Springs, Colorado Website: www.rockies.edu Primary Business: Graduate school Revenues: $190.9 million Employees: More than 5,500 Vision of the Future What diversity and inclusion challenges remain today? The industry continues to be challenged by the meaning and... Read more

Survey responses suggested four major areas on which organizations should focus to counter pessimism embedded in men’s pre-training attitudes toward D&I programs.

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Opting In

PDJ February 10, 2011 0

Understanding why women lawyers leave law firms in disporportionately high numbers, Lorelie Masters asks all to “opt in” to encourage a level playing field for all lawyers.

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Lisa Wicker – Chrysler Group LLC

As 2011 begins to unfold, we can all look back and see that tremendous strides have been made in the field of diversity and inclusion. We all have much to be proud of. But diversity practitioners know that there is still much work to be done. We asked some of today’s leading diversity officers to share their vision of the future. What is working? What still needs to happen? Here is an opportunity to gain valuable insights from some of the brightest in the business as they share their vision of the future.

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Carole Young – Chevron

Carole Young – Chevron

PDJ February 9, 2011

As 2011 begins to unfold, we can all look back and see that tremendous strides have been made in the field of diversity and inclusion. We all have much to be proud of. But diversity practitioners know that there is still much work to be done. We asked some of today’s leading diversity officers to share their vision of the future. What is working? What still needs to happen? Here is an opportunity to gain valuable insights from some of the brightest in the business as they share their vision of the future.

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Melissa Donaldson – CDW LLC

As 2011 begins to unfold, we can all look back and see that tremendous strides have been made in the field of diversity and inclusion. We all have much to be proud of. But diversity practitioners know that there is still much work to be done. We asked some of today’s leading diversity officers to share their vision of the future. What is working? What still needs to happen? Here is an opportunity to gain valuable insights from some of the brightest in the business as they share their vision of the future.

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Kerrie Peraino – American Express

As 2011 begins to unfold, we can all look back and see that tremendous strides have been made in the field of diversity and inclusion. We all have much to be proud of. But diversity practitioners know that there is still much work to be done. We asked some of today’s leading diversity officers to share their vision of the future. What is working? What still needs to happen? Here is an opportunity to gain valuable insights from some of the brightest in the business as they share their vision of the future.

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