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Celebrating Women Who Make Positive Change in the World

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At General Mills, we are proud to support many female leaders who are making a positive change in the world to nourish those facing hunger and to help nurture the earth. Learn about a sampling of these terrific women-led partner organizations and their impact in this video.

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Q&A With Leila Stansfield, VP of Global Strategy and Champion for Women in Leadership at Bacardi

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In advance of International Women’s Day this weekend, we spotlight the leader of Global Reflections at family-owned Bacardi. Leila Stansfield, VP of Global Strategy for the world’s largest privately held spirits company in the world, is also responsible for promoting a diverse and inclusive environment, one that reflects the communities the Bacardi operates in. A strategic focus includes Women in Leadership.

Be a Problem-Solver: On a Journey of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

by Jinny Jeong, Associate Manager, Company Services, CECP
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Ask yourself: how are you contributing to solving today’s problem? It could be something small, specific to just today, or conceptual and large with a longer time frame. While the answer may sometimes be elusive, CECP is proud to have been a trusted advisor to leading companies for over two decades, helping share best practices and insights to tackle society’s challenging problems. In the past few years, CECP has been advancing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) practices for, and with, our companies.

The Road Ahead

by Amanda N. Wegner
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The auto industry offers a breadth of high-octane opportunities.

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The auto industry offers a breadth of high-octane opportunities.

Nurturing the Next Generation of Engineers

by Jay Alexander, CTO of Keysight Technologies
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As part of Engineers Week, this past Saturday Keysight’s Santa Rosa, CA headquarters hosted our annual Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day (IGED) event. We’ve been doing these for over 15 years now, and this one was the best yet! 100 girls and young women from 6th through 12th grades gathered for six hours of fun, team-based learning, where the project involved radio transmissions, secret codes, cryptexes, and a competition to discover the name of a famous female engineer.

One Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

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If a picture is worth a thousand words, this one team photo shows why Cisco is such a great company to work for. Yes, it’s all about people – working with super bright minds who come from all over the world is a great honor and privilege. But if you look closely, you will see that just around this one dinner table we had eight people from eight different countries – what a diversity of thoughts, conversations, and ideas!

3-minute CEO, Marie Dzanis

by Maha Khan Phillips
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“One of the things that I like about the asset management business is that its evolving constantly,” Dzanis says, pointing to some of the more important trends and themes in the business.

Fifth Third Hosts ‘The Continual Struggle’ Art Exhibit During Black History Month

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To kick off Black History Month, Fifth Third Bank’s Inclusion and Diversity team in February hosted a Chicago exhibit of art by Brian Washington. Washington, who also is an award-winning attorney, arts advocate and thinker, is a self-taught artist who specializes in works that depict the civil rights movement and American society. The exhibit featured more than 20 selections from Washington’s ongoing series “The Continual Struggle.”

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