Over the last five years, Qualcomm has invested $30M towards 160 STEM programs across the world. Similar to STEM Next, Qualcomm envisions a diverse and inclusive future STEM workforce made possible by advancing STEM education for students at all levels and from all backgrounds. During MGM’s launch last year, Qualcomm was a supportive inaugural funder and visionary leader that helped MGM create its strong–and growing–coalition of like-minded organizations.
COLUMBUS, Ga., November 17, 2021 /3BL Media/ -- Aflac, a leading provider of supplemental insurance in the U.S., announced today that Aflac Chief Brand and Marketing Officer Shannon Watkins has been named one of
CNH Industrial just wrapped up its first cross-functional Mentorship Program which was a rewarding and successful endeavor for both its mentors and mentees. The 9-month global initiative saw members from CNH Industrial’s senior management dedicate time from their agendas to mentor over 40 bright talents within the organization.
Our company has partnered with National Medical Fellowships to help expand the pool of diverse principal investigators
For as long as he can remember, Adeyemi Adenola wanted to be a doctor. Yet, after studying internal medicine in Nigeria and moving to the U.S., he found a new passion for helping patients through clinical research.
“I realized that you can make a wider impact on patient population when you’re not limited by the number of patients you see,” said Adenola, a Merck scientist in clinical operations.
“On the Porch with Rose Stuckey Kirk” Podcast byline
As a young girl growing up in the South, I learned that remarkable conversations with interesting people can happen in the simplest of places – whether it’s a balcony, deck, patio or stoop. For me, it was the front porch, a place where my family, friends and local leaders regularly met to discuss important issues impacting our communities.
Kimberly-Clark announced that it was named one of the 2021 Top 75 Companies for Executive Women by Seramount (formerly Working Mother Media) for the fifth consecutive year. This honor recognizes U.S. corporations that champion women’s advancement, with a focus on succession planning, profit and loss responsibility, gender pay parity, support programs, and work-life balance programs.
Our In the Office With ... series, gives ViacomCBS executives the opportunity to reveal a little bit about who they are, how they lead, and what drives them in the day-to-day.
By Nicole Bitette
For Wincie Knight, joining ViacomCBS’ Office of Global Inclusion team was a natural transition for someone who prioritizes the happiness of others and fostering a culture where people can bring their true selves to work every day.
Knight, who is the VP of Global Inclusion for ViacomCBS in the U.K., began her career at Nickelodeon as part of a team working to increase representation in children’s shows and she has since evolved her passions into ensuring ViacomCBS is actively creating an accepting workplace for people of all backgrounds.
The great outdoors should be enjoyed by all, but there is a gap in who has access to it. This inequity isn’t only in experiencing nature itself, but also in entering the business surrounding the activities.
“There are times in life when, instead of complaining, you do something about your complaints.” – Rita Dove
My name is LeShawn Woods, and I’m a Senior Sales Operations Manager for NortonLifeLock. I’ve been fortunate to see diversity at all levels in my 13 years with the company. Over the years we’ve had a female CEO and a black General Counsel. I thought seeing diversity and people who looked like me walking the halls of the company was okay until last May …