MIAMI, April 27, 2021 /3BL Media/ - The Council for Latino Workplace Equity (CLWE), an initiative under the National Diversity Council, will host the Sixth Annual National Latino Leadership Conference from September 14th-September 15th via Zoom. This year’s theme is "The Rise, Power, and Influence of Latino Leaders".
Pursuing a career based on passion for renewable energy
Myriam Mathieu Cardinal joined Tetra Tech in 2020 as a junior engineering professional. After completing the fourth year of her degree, she is now considered a candidate for the engineering profession in electrical engineering specializing in advanced renewable energy technologies. Myriam stood out to our renewable energy recruiters during an event at Institut en génie de l’énergie électrique (IGEE or Institute for Electrical Power Engineering), in Montreal, Canada, where she demonstrated her talent, leadership, and passion for Leading with Science®.
Celebrating excellence in service, quality, technical performance across the company
Project managers (PM) are the face of Tetra Tech to every client and are the people who ensure that our project work is done to the highest standards of quality and fiscal discipline. Tetra Tech CEO Dan Batrack honors those who work at the highest level of excellence with our PM of the Month award.
Closing the gap between emergency practitioners and federal funding programs to improve mitigation, post-event recovery, and community resilience
Christina Hendrick is Tetra Tech’s deputy director of post-disaster programs. She joined our Disaster Recovery Group in Houston, Texas, just after Hurricane Harvey struck in 2017. Christina manages our most critical public assistance recovery projects throughout seven Federal Emergency Management Association (FEMA) regions, as well as multiple COVID-19 recovery projects using public assistance; Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act; and other grant funding sources. She is a seasoned grant manager with nearly 15 years of experience and has overseen FEMA and U.S.
Just days into the new year and American executives are yet again being asked to flex and increase their justice, equity, diversity and inclusion (JEDI) IQ. The events of the last two weeks have further solidified the need for corporate executives – and the companies they lead – to address the realities of serious and deeply rooted inequity, systemic racism and bias in the United States.
The turbulent events of year 2020 have fundamentally changed the way many people see the world. They have stirred up a growing desire for change and for action to tackle the burning issues confronting us, such as climate change, inequality, and injustice.
Health Equity Advisory to further the goal of prioritizing diversity, equity and inclusion
NEW YORK, January 14, 2020 /3BL Media/ – The International WELL Building Institute today announced the launch of its new IWBI Health Equity Advisory to help accelerate its vision for everyone to have a fair and just opportunity to be as healthy as possible. The Advisory will work to identify, codify and scale strategies that can be used by buildings, businesses and communities around the world to help achieve this vision.
The Advisory will be led by a global group of prestigious co-chairs representing diverse areas of expertise and perspectives, including:
2020 marked a year of new partnerships and practices aimed at addressing systemic inequities in hiring and talent management.
Creating better experiences for patients and customers starts with our people. A number of partnerships launched in 2020 are providing new opportunities to address systemic inequities in hiring and talent management processes, and accelerate progress in advancing inclusion, diversity and equity.
Implementing federally funded disaster recovery projects to help build back resilient communities
Brenna Minor is a program manager with Tetra Tech’s Disaster Recovery group, specializing in implementing federally funded disaster recovery projects. Brenna currently works with the City of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on COVID-19 recovery programs through the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and other Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act funds. She also is developing the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)-Mitigation Action Plan for the U.S.