Denise L. Pease concludes National Summit 2012 by calling on participants to leave a path for others to follow, wherever their careers lead. Continue reading
How can those in philanthropy support initiatives that develops a cadre of leaders that are fully representative of the nation’s experiences? Continue reading
Leaders share their views on the top ways to prioritize diversity and inclusion in public service, regardless of the sector. Continue reading
Panelists discuss the concrete actions that we can do as individuals and organizations to diversify our workforce. Continue reading
Aetna’s Wema Hoover discusses how the public sector can learn a thing or two about diversity by looking at what works in the private sector. Continue reading
Panelists discuss the government’s role in developing the leadership potential of a diverse citizenry and the consequences of inaction for the nation’s future. Continue reading
MALDEF lead attorney Nina Perales shares her experiences and insights on what the absence of diversity has meant in the law and the protection of our rights.
Beverly Hills Mayor William Brien, accompanied by NUF mentor & City Manager Jeff Kolin, speaks about the importance of the National Urban Fellows program in his city. Continue reading
A nearby evening reception helped close out a successful start to PSLDI’s National Summit on Thursday. Continue reading
in a panel moderated by PSLDI Senior Adviser & Consultant Sarah Lewis, partner organizations of PSLDI’s Regional Network discuss the issues and realities of trying to diversity the public sector in Miami, Chicago and Los Angeles.
October 19 – After opening remarks by PSLDI Director Anthony Winn, NUF Interim President Miguel A. Garcia Jr, NUF Alum and Board Member Tony Allen introduced fellow alum Dr. Debra Joy Perez, who delighted the crowd