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August 20, 2013

Introducing Inclusivity Choice™

Posted 4 years 95 days ago by Sheila Ellian Lewis

For decades corporate America has found attracting, nurturing, promoting and retaining diverse talent to be a challenge, leaving an ongoing void in mid- to senior-level positions. We understand that achieving desired levels of diverse management talent is hard. So we’ve created Inclusivity Choice™, a new approach that represents a unique opportunity for clients to choose consultants from one of the most diverse pools of consulting talent you will find. Brains, productivity, collaboration, results and success are not exclusive to one kind of consultant and the Inclusivity Choice approach is just one more way in which we anticipate and deliver for our clients. 

The San Francisco Chapter of the National Black MBA Association is one of our Inclusivity Choice partners.  This national non-profit organization was established in 1970 and now boasts members and corporate partners throughout the United States and abroad. Its novel scholarship program has awarded over $5million to deserving minority students in undergraduate and graduate programs. The NBMBAA has expanded its outreach to include 45 chapters and 27 collegiate chapters.

 

Members of the local chapter will take part in a series of three events hosted at Ashton212. The first, “So You Want to be a Consultant”, will take place on Thursday, October 24, 2013 and will include a wine and cheese reception and panel discussion on consulting as a career. To be invited to this event you must be a member of the local Black MBA Association chapter. Please contact Kathy Andrews, chapter President, for additional information.

 

If you are a member of another organization representing diverse talent including women, veterans or the physically disabled, please contact us to learn how you can become a part of Inclusivity Choice.

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