We can see diversity everywhere: in life experience, education, cultural background, gender and sexual identity. In the workplace, celebrating diversity means acknowledging the many identities that make an employee unique. To accept these unique identities, we first have to understand them. Understanding is a key step in creating an inclusive environment where employees feel acknowledged and valued.
March 21, 2017 /3BL Media/ - T. Rowe Price is pleased to announce the release of its first-ever Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) Report. The 2016 report highlights the firm’s continued and purposeful strategy in leveraging differences.
“The firm has made some notable progress in diversity and inclusion,” says Angela Roseboro, head of D&I. “This report provides a comprehensive view of the work the firm has been doing over the past several years.”
The purpose of academia is to nurture and strengthen the next generation of leaders through research and critical analysis. Additionally, higher education aims to encourage individuals to investigate their interests and pursue a greater understanding of the world surrounding them. Today’s college students, many of whom are members of Generation Z, are some of the most inquisitive and confident scholars who demand campus communities built on the theories of peaceful coexistence and safety for all.
Pro bono service gets corporate D&I initiatives out of the classroom and into action!
Houston, we have a problem. An equity problem. A diversity problem. And an inclusion problem. And the stats are not pretty. Fortunately, more and more companies are acknowledging the problem and are trying to do better.
As a veteran, I want to be that better citizen and give back to my country. It resonates on a personal level. In the military, you serve your country, but when you serve here locally in Houston, you serve citizens more directly.