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P&G Honors Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month — Through Action

Inspirational new film builds on P&G’s foundation of award-winning content to raise awareness, spark dialogue, and bring communities together

This Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month, we take the opportunity to celebrate and recognize the contributions and influence of the AAPI community-- one of the fastest growing and most diverse groups in the US.

As part of P&G’s ongoing advocacy for equality and inclusion, we are stepping up for the AAPI community by taking meaningful action to bring awareness to the important issues of the community and to elevate our partners providing much needed support.

Creating Belonging, Starting With A Name

OLAY Announces Second $1 Million Commitment to Closing the Gender Gap in STEM


Women are behind some of the most groundbreaking discoveries in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), from everyday items like coffee filters to life-saving inventions like vaccines.1 However, while women fill almost 50 percent of the workforce, they only make up 27 percent of the people in STEM fields.2 This number represents the “STEM gap,” as more than half of girls count themselves out of STEM careers by the time they reach college due to lack of mentorship and role models3, and the belief that jobs in STEM are not ‘for them.’

P&G Female Scientists Share Passion for STEM


According to the United Nations, women around the world have made notable progress toward increasing their participation in STEM careers. However, they remain underrepresented in those fields. To inspire interest and engagement in STEM, the organization has designated every February 11 since 2015 as the International Day of Women and Girls in Science.

P&G Echoes Call To #StopAsianHate

In a message of solidarity to North America employees, executive leaders reiterate P&G’s commitment to equality and inclusion.

It’s concerning to see a disturbing wave of anti-Asian violence in recent weeks, including burglaries and assaults targeting Asian, Asian American and Pacific Islander individuals. These incidents come more than a year after many began experiencing coronavirus-related racism.

These unfortunate events are examples of ongoing bias, racism, and instances of brutality that too many of our communities are experiencing.

P&G Exec and XU Alum Embodies Black History as an Advocate for Change


As the chief communications officer at P&G, it’s understandable that ‘97 Xavier grad, Damon Jones, is a believer in maximizing the power of voice.

“I’ve always been passionate about the individual voice and the collective voice,” said Jones. “I like to focus on how I can make what I believe as an individual clear and how I can align with other people that share those same values.”

Lead With Love: How Companies and Brands Can Help Build a Better World

Words by Marc Pritchard

Editor's note: This article series on brands as a force for good is sponsored by Procter & Gamble and produced by the TriplePundit editorial team.

Leading With Love: An Inspiration to Those Facing Hardship

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Kari Harbath is no stranger to hardship and suffering. In April 2019, due to pregnancy complications, she gave birth to a daughter who is deaf, blind and has CHARGE syndrome, a rare disorder that affects multiple organ systems in the body. If that weren’t challenging enough, the following September, Kari lost her mother, and then this past June, she lost her husband of 13 years. 

Leading With Love: How Edith Ornelas Created the Mariposas Collective

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Edith Ornelas has a deep-rooted connection to the asylum-seeking immigrant families she brings food and supplies to in Memphis, Tennessee. She was born in Jalisco, Mexico, and immigrated to the United States when she was 7 years old with her parents and sister. Edith grew up in Chicago, then moved to Memphis in 2016, where she quickly realized how few community programs existed for immigrants.


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