Women Aim to Crack Area’s Lack of Diversity
Diversity — or the lack thereof — is a hot topic in the Boulder County business world. Local leaders cite it as a top priority, while national companies have expressed concern that it may stifle the area's ability to attract talented workers.
There has been a lot of talk, but not much action, said Julie Imig, a business consultant and executive, leading her to wonder why diversity "is such a tough nut to crack."
By Matt Schudel
The Washington Post
Leslie Wolfe, a longtime advocate for the rights of women and girls, who helped produce studies showing gender-based inequality in education and the workplace, died Nov. 30 at a hospice center in Rockville, Maryland. She was 74.
The cause was complications from dementia, said a former colleague, Karen Schneider.
Synchrony Financial earns honors for diversity, equality efforts
STAMFORD — Promoting workplace diversity and equality at Synchrony Financial extends well beyond a policy or holiday; the goal is ingrained in the company’s culture, executives said.
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