Honoring the 2021 Top 50 Corporate Social Responsibility at the National Diversity & Leadership Conference

Apr 19, 2021 8:45 AM ET
Press Release

HOUSTON, April 19, 2021 /3BL Media/ - DiversityFirstTM will be hosting the 17th Annual National Diversity and Leadership Conference on April 21-22 and April 28-29, 2021.

The 2021 Top 50 Corporate Social Responsibility awardees will be recognized by DiversityFirstTM at the 17th Annual National Diversity and Leadership Conference this April.

The four-day conference will be held virtually, honoring a number of diverse talents from different industries with this year’s theme being “Be a Changemaker”.

The Corporate Responsibility Award recognizes the corporate responsibility efforts of individuals. It is awarded annually to individuals that demonstrate outstanding leadership through sustainable practices and responsible corporate citizenship. Earning this award is evidence of one’s level of commitment to effectively valuing and harnessing their power as agents of community, environmental and global good.

About The National Diversity & Leadership Conference

With thousands of attendees, the 2021 National Diversity & Leadership Conference remains one of the largest diversity conferences in the nation. Offering extraordinary networking opportunities, professional development, and critical conversations surrounding diversity and inclusion, attendees are able to curate their experience for optimal learning and growth. This year’s conference will take place virtually on April 21-22 and 28-29. More information about the Diversity & Leadership Conference is available at their website.

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2021 Awardees

Amy Wendel

Director & Global Head of Corporate Social Responsibility, LogMeIn

Antonio D. Robinson

Senior Vice President, Corporate Social Responsibility, Carters, Inc.

Bobby Wilkinson

Global Head of Inclusion, Diversity and Corporate Social Responsibility, TIAA

Carol Zernial

Vice President Social Responsibility & Foundation Executive Director, WellMed Medical Management

Daniel Javier

Director of CSR, World Confederation of Businesses

Derek Herman

Communications Manager, CAI

Erika Hopkins

Corporate VP, Head of Culture, CSR & DEI, Republic National Distributing Company

Graham McLaughlin

VP, Social Responsibility, UnitedHealth Group

Hedieh Fakhriyazdi

Director, Social Responsibility and Weil Foundation, Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP

Jackie Tate

Director Corporate Communications & Corporate Social Responsibility, Perdue Farm

Jared Skok

Head, CSR & Sustainability and Executive Director, Elanco

Jeff Terry

Vice President, Corporate Social Responsibility & Sustainability, GAF

Jennifer Guidry

VP, Global Health, Safety & Environment (HSE) and Environmental Social Governance (ESG), Precision Drilling

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Jennifer Leitsch

Vice President, Corporate Responsibility, CBRE

Laura Turner

VP, Corporate Social Responsibility, TIAA

Lina Klebanov

Head of Corporate Social Responsibility, Tata Consultancy Services

Malika Harrison

Director of Social Responsibility, Orlando Magic

Megan Bloomer

VP, Sustainability & CSR, The Cheesecake Factory

Nancy Rogers

SVP, Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability, Lincoln Financial Foundation

Ron Estrada

Head of Government & Corporate Social Responsibility, Univision

Sanjala Chitnis

Head of Diversity & Social Responsibility, Klaviyo

Stefanie Steward-Young

SVP, Chief Social Responsibility Officer, Fifth Third Bank

Suzanne Vincent

SVP, Head of Communications for HR, DEI, CSR and Legal, Truist

Todd Jacobson

SVP, Social Responsibility, NBA

Vickie Thrasher

Senior VP of HR - Organization and People Capability, Oracle

Vivian Greentree

SVP, Head of Global Corporate Citizenship, Fiserv

Yogita Inamdar

Director- Social Responsibility, Inclusion & Diversity, Wyndham Destinations

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Contact:
Alexus Christian
Communications Specialist
alexus.christian@nationaldiversitycouncil.org