Duke Energy’s Margarita Calo is as passionate about the Hispanic community as she is about the power grid
Margarita Calo left Puerto Rico 21 years ago and carved out a new life in Florida, but her heart has never strayed far from her roots.
Now a member of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Orlando, she helped contact members of the organization last year to understand their needs and provide guidance about resources during the coronavirus pandemic.
KeyBank is investing $750,000 to create a new program at Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) that will help address issues on diversity, the digital workforce and more equitable neighborhoods. This transformative grant is part of KeyBank’s $40 billion National Community Benefits Plan and is symbolic of the bank’s longstanding commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.
The KeyBank Partnership for Equity through Education and Community Impact at CWRU program will help to address issues on diversity, the digital workforce, and more equitable neighborhoods.
When he began teaching biological science at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University 11 years ago, it didn’t take long for Dr. Joseph Graves to notice a shortage of opportunities in pharmaceutical research and development for Black students. While A&T has a strong science program, Joseph says it’s been an ongoing struggle for women and underrepresented populations to enter the scientific workforce, and more specifically, find roles in industry.
Sept. 15-Oct. 15 honors cultures and contributions of Hispanic and Latino Americans
Sept. 15 marks the start of National Hispanic Heritage Month, when the United States recognizes the contributions and influence of Hispanic and Latino Americans to the country’s history, culture and achievements.
Fifth Third Bank has a bilingual team that helps support the Bank’s Spanish-speaking customers. As a way to raise awareness about the call center, employees who work in this group share their thoughts on keeping the customer at the center, celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month and being inclusive.
Accelerating Corporate Action on the Climate Crisis
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Unless companies take immediate action on climate change, we will quickly surpass the 1.5 degree Celsius global temperature increase that will have catastrophic implementations not only on the environment and severity of natural disasters, but on human health, livelihoods, and security. But there is cause for optimism: more than ever, the private sector – which accounts for the vast majority of carbon emissions – is listening and stepping up sustainability commitments.
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month 2021, Keysight Technologies employees share how Hispanic engineering contributions have inspired them in their careers. Here’s a look at who inspired manufacturing technician Fernando René Serrano Montes.
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month 2021, Keysight Technologies employees share how Hispanic engineering contributions have inspired them in their careers. Here’s a look at who inspired solutions marketing engineer Beatriz Sousa.
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month 2021, Keysight Technologies employees share how Hispanic engineering contributions have inspired them in their careers. Here’s a look at who inspired application engineer Eva Ribes-Vilanova.