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Diversity and Inclusion

Business strategies and HR practices addressing workplace equity, opportunity and inclusiveness.

    Carlson Restaurants Worldwide Appoints Vice President of Diversity; Juanita Nanez Promoted to Vice President of Diversity

    DALLAS, TX - In an announcement made earlier today, Juanita Nanez has been promoted to vice president of diversity for Dallas-based Carlson Restaurants Worldwide Inc. (CRW), parent company of T.G.I. Friday's(R) and Pick Up Stix(R) restaurants. The announcement was ma...

    Rebecca Adamson Selected As 2003 National Women’s History Month Honoree

    FREDERICKSBURG, VA - Rebecca Adamson (Cherokee), founder and president of First Nations Development Institute, has been selected by the National Women’s History Project as a March 2003 Honoree. The 2003 National Women’s History Month theme, “Women Pioneering the Futu...

    Coalition for New Philanthropy Names Cao K. O Chairman of Its Executive Committee; $150,000 Carnegie Grant Received

    NEW YORK, NY - The Coalition for New Philanthropy in New York, a partnership that encourages African American, Latino and Asian American donors in the New York metropolitan region, has named CAO K. O, as chairman of its Executive Committee. Mr. O is executive director...

    WBCNY Merit Award Dinner Takes Place on April 9th

    New York, NY - Eileen Murray, Managing Director and Global Head of Technology, Operations and Product Control for Credit Suisse First Boston is to be honored by the Women’s Bond Club of New York at its annual Merit Award Dinner on Wednesday, April 9, 2003 starting at...

    Aetna Announces Initiatives to Reduce the Risks Associated With Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Health Care Image

    Aetna Announces Initiatives to Reduce the Risks Associated With Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Health Care

    HARTFORD, CT - Aetna (NYSE: AET) today announced a series of initiatives it has undertaken to assess and track racial and ethnic disparities in health care, and to develop interventions that improve the quality of care for minority members.

    Bush Administration, ACLU, Organized Labor, Media and European Entities Join Together To Protect First Amendment in Supreme Court Case Involving Nike, Inc. Image

    Bush Administration, ACLU, Organized Labor, Media and European Entities Join Together To Protect First Amendment in Supreme Court Case Involving Nike, Inc.

    Beaverton, OR - The U.S. Government, the ACLU, the AFL-CIO, European entities, and dozens of media organizations have joined forces in urging the U.S. Supreme Court to reaffirm the First Amendment right to free and open debate and to overturn an unprecedented Californ...

    UPS Again Recognized for Efforts with Minority and Women Businesses Image

    UPS Again Recognized for Efforts with Minority and Women Businesses

    ATLANTA, GA -In recognition of its continued success in building relationships and providing increased opportunities for minority- and women-owned businesses, UPS recently was named "Corporation of the Year" by the Native American Business Alliance (NABA), the premier...

    Avon Named as One of 'America's Most Admired Companies' And as the No. 1 Company for Female Executives Image

    Avon Named as One of 'America's Most Admired Companies' And as the No. 1 Company for Female Executives

    Avon Products, Inc. (NYSE: AVP) has once again been named to Fortune magazine's "America's Most Admired Companies" list. The full list appears in the March 3rd issue on newsstands this week. Avon came in at No. 3 among the top ten companies in its industry advancing ...

    The Society for Information Management Awards Scholarship to Technology Access Foundation

    SEATTLE, WA - SIM supports teens of color working to acquire the skills needed to become tomorrow's technical leaders Technology Access Foundation (TAF) is pleased to announce that the Seattle Chapter of the Society for Information Management (SIM) has created the SIM...

    DC Janitors to AMA: Physicians Heal Thyself

    WASHINGTON, DC - Janitors will highlight the need for affordable health care in DC with a march to the offices of the American Medical Association, which has refused to help ensure that the janitors who clean their offices are provided with health insurance.

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