Archives for June 2019

A challenge to brands to foster diversity of thought

Studies have shown that diversity actually enhances creativity. It encourages the search for different perspectives and insights that lead to…

South Texas Law Review Appoints First Black Editor-In-Chief

Kenesha Starling has become the first Black editor-in-chief of the South Texas Law Review. Diversity Report

A social experiment in a Bogota school helps eliminate prejudice

A doll in a Bogota classroom is behind one of the country’s most successful program’s against racism. Our Game Changer…

Adidas has a diversity problem at its US headquarters, and some employees say they are marginalized and discriminated against

Of the nearly 1,700 employees at Adidas’ US headquarters in Portland, less than 4.5% identify as black, The Times reported.…

Council Post: Diversity In Tech: What Every Business Can Do To Improve It

The tech world is full of excitement and promise, and if we all put our heads together to solve the…

Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace. Are employers doing enough?

Despite growing research on the benefits of diversity and inclusion, organizations still have difficulty navigating this subject. We define what…

CAA Launches Third Annual Amplify Diversity Event –

CAA announced today that they will host their third annual CAA Amplify June 24 in Ojai, Calif. Chief Operating Officer’s…

Winners of Inclusive Fintech 50

MetLife Foundation and Visa, with partners Accion and IFC, launch inaugural list to help fintech companies attract capital and resources…

Mastercard to let transgender people use chosen name on cards

Mastercard will now allow transgender and nonbinary customers to use chosen names on their credit cards, the company announced Monday. Chief Operating…

Fostering Economic Resilience Through Financial Inclusion

Despite great strides in financial technologies, billions of people globally remain financially excluded, write Amit Sharma and William Mayville. Chief…