In 2020, communities stood together to say enough is enough. In response, organizations around the world have committed to advancing inclusion and diversity.
We now approach the one-year milestone since the movement for racial equality came to the forefront of the conversation. It is time to look at what was accomplished. Are companies turning their commitments into actions? What are the benefits of an inclusive work environment to the employee experience?
This year, in honour of Pride month, Rich Nuzum and Nzinga Shaw will be hosting a panel discussion with organizations in the US and Canada on leading an inclusive culture.
Join the discussion on June 1 at 12:00pm as we define actions to advance Pride at work as well as racial and gender inclusivity in a meaningful way.
Rich Nuzum is the President of Mercer’s Investments & Retirement business and a member of Mercer’s Executive Leadership Team. Rich is also the Executive Sponsor for Mercer’s Pride Business Resource Network and a great ally to the LGBTQ+ community.
Nzinga Shaw is the Chief Inclusion & Diversity Officer at Marsh McLennan. She has extensive hands-on experience and knowledge of inclusion & diversity, accessibility, employee relations, and community engagement.
Lori George Billingsley is the Global Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer for The Coca-Cola Company.
Melissa Harper is the Chief Human Resources Officer for Enbridge.