Launched in 2022, the 2023 Colors of Success DEI Leadership Award celebrates individuals who have demonstrated exemplary leadership in advancing diversity, equity and inclusion in the community with clear, positive impacts as a result of their efforts.
Operated by Amazon Web Services Inc., the $30 million in business and technical mentorship program provides support to underrepresented tech founders.
Launched in 2020 in the wake of national conversations about race and inequality, NeighborGood provides Partners + Napier with a focus on Black, Indigenous and People of Color Caucus (BIPOC)-owned businesses in the Greater Rochester Area.
The summit will feature a keynote address from Frank Williams, vice president for Strategic Enrollment Management at Nazareth, a closing panel discussion with local author Jesse A. Cruz, live performances and discussion groups specifically curated to high school-aged youth.
The program begins on July 13. There will be 10 sessions over a six-month period, with a mix of virtual and in-person sessions.
Rochester, Monroe County and community members will provide the annual update on work by the Commission on Racial and Structural Equity (RASE) next week.
The city of Rochester is receiving roughly $550,000 to help close racial gaps in income and wealth.
Belong offers a suite of professional development resources for faculty and staff to support student belonging in the classroom and campus wide.
The Rochester Business Journal started hosting the annual Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Summit in 2019 to educate business leaders on the importance of adopting diverse practices and creating a diverse company culture. This year’s event, held March 15, drew more than 200 attendees to hear insights from keynote speaker Julio Jordan, Director of Diversity, Equity, […]
Efforts focused on DEI initiatives in the workplace can bring about a range of positive changes.
Nikisha Ridgeway believes some of the best allies she has encountered have disrupted the oppression she has faced in her career, even when she was unaware it was happening to her.
According to the newly released survey, 84 percent of women feel apprehensive about staying on track with their financial goals due to the current economic environment.