Diversity Woman Magazine
Diversity Woman Magazine is recognized as the No. 1 magazine for supporting leadership and executive development for women of all races, cultures and backgrounds. It is distributed nationwide in 129 Barnes and Noble stores and a select specialty newsstands. The publication, website and events support employee retention, recruitment and executive development. For more information about Diversity Woman Magazine, visit www.diversitywoman.com and/or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
GlobalCon Group, LLC
GlobalCon Group LLC is a global diversity and inclusion [D&I] conference management firm based in Washington, D.C. GlobalCon Group LLC designed, manages and executes D&I initiatives, furthering innovation and engagement of the workforce leading to business growth across the global marketplace. In addition to global corporations, GlobalCon Group LLC collaborates with and offers services to academia and nonprofit organizations in the United States, Asia and Europe.
Hypothesi has been providing efficient, high quality evaluation services and “just-in-time” data analysis capacity enhancement across multiple industry sectors since 2007. The firm is committed to providing rigorous, yet accessible, program evaluations that are sensitive to cultural and contextual factors, designed to build internal evaluation capacity, and are meticulously tied to a program’s underlying mission statements and objectives.
National Association of Asian American Professionals
The National Association of Asian American Professionals is a non-profit organization that cultivates and empowers Asian & Pacific Islander leaders through professional development, community service, and networking.
The Forum on Workplace Inclusion®
The Forum on Workplace Inclusion® is a learning conference that inspires new ideas and change in the diversity and inclusion space. For nearly 30 years, The Forum has built an active community of cross-sector leaders who gather each year to learn and grow through facilitated dialogue, structured networking and experiential learning. The Forum is about: engaging people, advancing ideas and igniting change. To learn more about The Forum on Workplace Inclusion @ visit our website at www.StThomas.edu/WorkplaceForum.