Three years ago, Scott made the 30 Under 30 based on his music credentials. Now he’s helping major companies rethink their brands—and changing how celebrities and corporations interact.
Popular fast-food chain McDonald’s has recently hired a new chief diversity officer, Reginald Miller. He will be replacing Wendy Lewis, who retired two months ago and is believed to be an integral part of combating racial bias allegations that were made earlier in the year.
Continue reading Reginald Miller becomes the new chief diversity officer at McDonald’s
Siebert Williams Shank Co. L.L.C. (SWS) is partnering with Microsoft Corp. to launch the Clear Vision Impact Fund L.L.C., with an initial $25 million seed investment from the software giant.
Continue reading Minority-Owned Firm Partners with Microsoft to Launch $250 Million Fund for Business Owners
By Samar Khoury
We are celebrating milestones every day, and this issue of Black EOE Journal is full of them. Inclusion surrounds this issue, as it is at the forefront more than ever. Continue reading Inclusion at the Forefront: Letter from the Editor
By Bobby McDonald, President, OC Black Chamber
The Orange County Black Chamber of Commerce, for over 36 years, has prided itself for providing Access to Information. Our mission has strongly supported our minority and diverse communities. Continue reading Supplier Diversity—Part of a Black Chamber’s DNA
By Connie Russell | C. L. Russell Group, LLC
L. Russell Group, LLC (CLRG) is a woman-owned small business full-service workforce training company. Specializing in workforce training, content development, performance assessment and quality assurance. CLRG, like many other small businesses, is learning to persevere in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic. Continue reading How We’re Surviving through the Pandemic
By Lorie Reichel-Howe
Founder, Conversations In The Workplace
If you work with people, it’s inevitable that you have felt the sting of cutting words, the stab of sarcasm and the sickening silence when a coworker is verbally attacked. When workplace word wars occur, people become casualties, relationships are strained, and morale plunges downward. Continue reading Avoiding Workplace Word Wars
Forbes has unleashed its list of America’s Richest Self-Made Women and there are plenty of recognizable names. Continue reading Rihanna Joins ‘Forbes’ List Of America’s Richest Self-Made Women
By Natalie Rodgers
On August 31, California lawmakers passed a new, unnamed piece of legislature that would increase diversity and inclusion rates in big California businesses. Continue reading New Law Requires Large Corporations to Diversify Boards
By: Stephanie Hughes, MPH, CHES
Featuring: Collin Mays, MPA
If I asked a room of 10 people what comes to mind when they hear the word “networking,” I would expect to get ten different answers. Continue reading Level Up: Joining a Professional Organization to Bolster Your Network
Today, JPMorgan Chase announced new long-term commitments to advance racial equity. The firm will harness its expertise in business, policy and philanthropy and commit an additional $30 billion over the next five years to provide economic opportunity to underserved communities, especially the Black and Latinx communities.
Continue reading JPMorgan Chase Commits $30 Billion to Advance Racial Equity
What do Black entrepreneurs—more than 40% of whom have shuttered their businesses amidst the pandemic—need during this unprecedented time?