Ciudad de México, México March 2, 2021 /3BL Media/ - El Global Diversity Council anuncia su sexto Simposio Anual de Mujeres en Liderazgo en la Ciudad de México durante el Mes que se festeja Dia Internacional de la Mujer. El evento se llevara a cabo de manera virtual a través de Zoom en español el Martes 9 de Marzo de 9:30 a.m. a 12:00 p.m. CST.
In an ever-changing and increasingly globalized economy, what constitutes effective leadership in business is changing, too.
NEW YORK, March 4, 2021 /3BL Media/ –Taproot Foundation, in collaboration with Deloitte, announced today a free resource for businesses that examines how pro bono service is emerging as an impactful growth opportunity for cultivating inclusive leaders.
The past year has disrupted our way of life and redefined how we work. However, the pandemic that swept the nation and the world didn’t halt cyber threats—if anything, it heightened them. This year we saw an increase in cyber adversaries attacking vulnerabilities spurred by the increased connection between our physical and digital worlds—hospital ransomware attacks, attempted cyber theft of vaccine formulas, large-scale 3rd party software-based malware, threats to critical infrastructure, and more.
by Elizabeth di Bonaventura, Senior Institutional Relationship Associate, Domini Impact Investments.
The road less traveled has always been the path I’ve found myself on in life, whether intentionally or not. As a young girl, I did not grow up believing that I would have a career in finance. I was beguiled by misconceptions that the field was too difficult and the bar for entry too insurmountably high. Even more daunting was the lack of representation of women within the financial sector.
Jerome Tennille, Manager of Social Impact & Volunteerism at Marriott International, joins host Danielle Holly for a dynamic conversation on the state of volunteering and employee engagement. Jerome shares how Marriott, a major figure in the hospitality industry that was hit so hard by COVID-19, has reimagined service for the current moment by taking it online, but also his perspective that the future of volunteering is not virtual.
By Marianne Harrison, John Hancock, and Danielle Holly, Common Impact
Recent events have brought widespread attention to racial injustice and helped unite communities against this common ill.
We’ve heard public, private, nonprofit and grassroots leaders, almost as one chorus, speak out. They’ve raised their voices as it’s become painfully clear that equality remains out of reach for too many Americans and building healthy, more equitable communities depends on challenging the status quo.
“We must never forget our impact and influence on American culture and history. By pausing to celebrate various events throughout Black History Month, we are reminded of our strength, ingenuity, courage, and resilience. These values have inspired us to achieve greatness thus far and will continue to help us change the world.”
Each year, US Black Engineer & Information Technology magazine recognizes “bright men and women who are shaping the future of engineering, science, and technology.” Since 2005, more than 100 Booz Allen employees have been recognized by the Black Engineer of the Year Awards (BEYA).
“From the previously unimaginable impact of the COVID-19 pandemic to a long overdue reckoning with racial injustice, 2020 was an unprecedented year. Yet, many businesses across the nation stepped up and continued to prioritize and champion LGBTQ equality.”