To kick off Black History Month, Fifth Third Bank’s Inclusion and Diversity team in February hosted a Chicago exhibit of art by Brian Washington. Washington, who also is an award-winning attorney, arts advocate and thinker, is a self-taught artist who specializes in works that depict the civil rights movement and American society. The exhibit featured more than 20 selections from Washington’s ongoing series “The Continual Struggle.”
NortonLifeLock ranked as one of the best places to work for LGBTQ+ equality
NortonLifeLock scored 100 on Human Rights Campaign's Corporate Equality Index. Jaime Barclay, Director of Corporate Responsibility sat down with Cass Averill, Global Program Manager in the Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion to talk more about what this means for the company.
Anthony Ray Hinton was wrongly convicted of the 1985 murders of two fast food restaurant managers in Birmingham, Alabama, sentenced to death, and held on death row for 30 years. The advocate and author was invited to address Kimberly-Clark employees across the US in a broadcast hosted by the company’s African Ancestry Employee Network (AAEN).
Duke Energy is proud to once again be named to Forbes’ “Best Employers for Diversity” list.
The announcement reflects Duke Energy’s long-standing commitment to foster diversity in our workplace and communities, as well as with the suppliers and providers, with whom we partner to serve our customers.
We continue our commitment to build a diverse workforce that mirrors the communities we serve, as well as strengthen a culture of inclusion where employees feel respected and valued.
MADISON, Wis., March 10, 2020 /3BL Media/ - Sparked by the CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion™, Alliant Energy employees came together on February 25, 2020, to discuss diversity, equity, inclusion and unconscious bias.
Hugh Gorie’s passion keeps the mostly black Community All-Star Baseball League thriving in rural South Carolina
The sounds of our national pastime resonate in rural South Carolina, thanks to one man’s lifelong love of the game.
On weekdays, you'll find Duke Energy security officer Hugh Gorie helping keep watch over Oconee Nuclear Station near Seneca, S.C. On weekends from April to September, you'll find him on baseball diamonds across his native South Carolina, keeping baseball alive in towns such as Newberry, Lancaster and Lexington. Here, the men play for the love of the game and for the fans who cheer them on -- when those fans aren’t tending to their grills for the postgame cookout.
Inspiring the future of aviation is a responsibility that the JetBlue Foundation takes very seriously. No other airline has gone on record to solely focus on supporting aviation education. Our goal is to increase access to this industry we love so much.