KPMG U.S. Chairman and CEO, Lynne Doughtie’s response to the events in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Trailblazers Leading the Way to Excellence in the Workplace, Marketplace and the World CLEVELAND, OH – June 21 Profiles in Diversity Journal today proudly announces the winners of the 15th Annual Women Worth Watching Awards®. In celebrating the 15th year anniversary, there have been 162 nominations selected as 2016... Read more
Leading the Way to Excellence in Diversity and Inclusion CLEVELAND, OH (December 2) – Profiles in Diversity Journal today proudly announced the winners of the 12th Annual International Innovation in Diversity Awards. Among those leading the way this year are The Walt Disney Company, Chevron, KeyBank, Gibbons P.C., and... Read more
Louis Stokes, the first African-American member of Congress from the state of Ohio, died late Tuesday at the age of 90. Throughout his career, he was a champion for social and economic justice, civil rights, and equality. His presence and influence will be missed in his hometown of Cleveland,... Read more
Introducing the 2015 Women Worth Watching
by Danielle Robin As we are seeing a trend from the old, “work-life balance”, towards the new, “work-life integration”, millennial employees are entering the workplace expecting to feel not only excited and passionate, but also fully engaged in what the whole team is building. Keeping the team engaged is... Read more
Introducing the 2015 CEOs in Action
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