While other culture heritage months seem to have more obvious ways to celebrate, we may be less clear about how to observe and honor Native American Heritage Month in the workplace. Here are some ideas.
The committee tasked with finding a new president for the Boston Federal Reserve Bank has made slight adjustments to the job description, including expanding its emphasis on a leader who will champion diversity, equity and inclusion.
As a long-time member of the Commercial Brokers Association, Alison Powers is seeking to make the 355-member group more inclusive while adding programs that resonate with the under-35 age crowd. She founded the CBA’s Women in Commercial Brokerage initiative in 2018 to support the role of female brokers.
Growing up in Waukegan, Illinois, Tayler Morris got an early introduction to the architecture profession through a high school work-study program that laid the groundwork for a future career.
In the past several weeks Critical Race Theory, or CRT, has become the new “hot topic” in America’s continuing struggle to move forward productively on race. But businesses interested in growth ignore the debate at their peril.
A group of Boston-area students are picking up tips on real estate investment and paths to a potential career in the industry through a summer program sponsored by The Fallon Co. and Street2Ivy.
Colliers International has hired a multifamily broker with 15 years of experience in the Boston market as the newest member of its capital markets team.
Mortgage lender Guaranteed Rate has created two new roles to advance its diversity, equity and inclusion efforts.
Cleveland-based KeyBank will increase its community investment initiative to $40 billion, with a continued focus on economic access and equity for underserved communities and populations, including Massachusetts.
Berkshire Bank has hired Angela Dixon, who has 30 years of experience in human resources and diversity, equity and inclusion, as its new chief diversity officer.
By reaching backwards in time, we can create business traditions that reinforce the core business proposition that diversity and inclusion are necessary for any company to thrive long-term.
The leader of a Roxbury nonprofit developer is joining the Colliers Boston capital markets team and will bolster the brokerage’s diversity and inclusion efforts.
At a moment when so much is unclear, one thing is not: We need all hands on deck for what will be a difficult several months for our regional economy. The sooner we make our businesses diverse and inclusive, the nimbler and better prepared they will be – for the recession and for writing the economy’s next chapter.
Swansea-based BayCoast Bank has named a senior executive to the newly-created post of chief diversity officer as it looks to boost its diversity, equity and inclusion efforts.