Tuesday, October 24, 2017
Tags Posts tagged with "inclusion"

Tag: inclusion

Inclusion the Goal of New Verizon AdFellows Program

One year after Diego Scotti, Chief Marketing Officer for Verizon, sent a letter to 11 of the company's marketing agencies telling them to diversify...

Crichlow: Culture, Community, Consistency Key to Charter’s Diversity

A little over seven months ago, Charter Communications, Inc. tapped Rhonda Crichlow to be its Senior Vice President, Chief Diversity Officer. Responsible for helping...

Venessa Harrison: “All Things Are Possible With AT&T”

More than 30 years after beginning her career as a network operator, Venessa Harrison was appointed President of AT&T North Carolina in December 2013....

Charter Activates Diversity Commitment with Kim Crawford Goodman

Two months after completing its merger with Time Warner Cable and acquisition of Bright House Networks, Charter Communications announced the election of Kim Crawford Goodman...

CAST A New Light on Beauty Narrative for Women of Color

Motivated by a move to Atlanta in 2014, Sian Morson, a mobile designer and developer who leads Kollective Mobile, recently launched the CAST Beauty...

Congresswoman Clarke Champions Greater Equity in Tech Ecosystem

There’s a special kind of dynamism that resides within the spirit of Congresswoman Yvette Clarke. In her tenth year as a member of Congress,...

Obama Administration Takes Historic Step Toward Solar Equality, But Much Work...

This article originally appeared on Huffington Post, and has been cross-posted at the author's request. For far too long, working-class families have been left out...

Speed, Diversity, and Multi-stakeholder Input Among Chief Desires for FCC Reform

By letter dated December 19, 2013, the Minority Media and Telecommunications Council submitted to the Federal Communications Commission sixteen recommendations about ways to improve...

U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Value of Diversity in Higher Education

On Monday, June 24, 2013, the United States Supreme Court issued its long-awaited decision in the Fisher v. UT Austin case. In that case,...

Bridging Racial Economic Inequality One Industry at a Time

For many Americans, particularly in our communities of color, their personal economies are showing no signs of recovery. Unemployment rates for both African Americans and Latinos hover near twice the national average and economic inequality is at its highest in decades.