The Source |The Urban League launches a diversity initiative for corporate America and black talent

The Source |The Urban League launches a diversity initiative for corporate America and black talent

For 100 years, the National Urban League has inspired, influenced and ignited more than a million black people to reach their highest potential by believing that inequality is unacceptable and continues to set the standard for change. Well, if you ask us, these changemakers have just started their latest diversity initiative. This month, the Uban League is launching a Diversity and Inclusion LAB and Incubator, created to deliver diversity, equality and inclusion in Corporate America by providing resources, top talent, and combining leadership and diversity best practices, creating the best work environment in which employees can thrive. “The NYUL has the D&I lab in response to calls from our existing and new supporters asking for help in achieving their diversity goals. Arva Rice, President and Chief Executive Officer of the New York Urban League, said in a press release. We know that the D&I Lab will provide concrete strategies and resources to help companies achieve their diversity goals,” she says. NYUL is uniquely positioned to meet this challenge as a result of our longstanding partnership with many of the Lab’s founding members and our history of serving the African American community.”

Launch partners for the new Diversity & Inclusion Lab include Macy’s, JP Morgan Chase, Salesforce, The New York Yankees, New York Jets, Fidelis, Avalon Bay, Audacy and New York Power Authority – all of whom will share career opportunities and others. sources within the “NYUL CONNECT” portal after the early October soft launch. “At Macy’s, Inc. we focus on creating impact and creating meaningful change for the communities we serve. So says Shawn Outler, Chief Diversity Officer at Macy’s Inc. in a statement. “One of the ways we can achieve this is by investing in and partnering with organizations that align with our goals and values, such as the New York Urban League.”

“Equal access and opportunity are the cornerstones of a forward-thinking workplace that reflects the unique diversity of New York State and ensures that all people have the opportunity to participate.” Says Gil C. Quinones, present and CEO of the New York Power Authority (NYPA). “We are committed to working together to make the Diversity & Inclusion Lab a success.”

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