Inspiring Leadership with Diversity, Inclusion & Cultural Competence

By LaMona Marshall

Join us in welcoming the following newest members to the Society for Diversity:

  • Julianne Gozar, FirstLine Transportation Security
  • Valerie Davidson, Butler University
  • Tangia Stegall, Miller Coors
  • Vanessa Nazario, PNC
  • Enid Banton, Banton Consulting LLC
  • Samuel Jacobson, Andrews Kurth LLP
  • Sher Pasquini
  • Neil Reid,  ARH Associates
  • Shereen Ford, ARH Associates
  • Kelly Durkin-Murray, State of Rhode Island, Department of Administration
  • Michelle Taylor, Cummins
  • Angel Iverson, University of Florida
  • Deborah Stanley-McAulay
  • Denise Harrison, U.S. Postal Service
  • Annit Sinnott, EMP
  • Merci Madar, MD, EMP
  • Donald Norris, MD, EMP
  • Travis Ulmer, MD, EMP
  • Jason Bolden, MD, EMP
  • Kimberly Gailliard
  • Dr. John Bello-Ogunu, College of Charleston
  • Alison Colter-Mack, Pima Community College
  • Michael Alston, EdD, University of Tennessee Health Science Center
  • Kristen Marston
  • Dr. Shelvy Campbell, Marshall University, Joan C Edwards School of Medicine and The School of Pharmacy
  • Nadia Quarles, University of Chicago
  • Landri Taylor, PCL Construction
  • Anita Gage, EMP
  • Kindred Willaim, MIT, Lincoln Laboratory

We would also like to acknowledge our renewing members as well:

  • Yolanda Hamilton, YDH Consulting LLC
  • Maria Cole, University of Montana
  • Doranna Byrd, Ivy Tech Community College
  • Mamie Thorns, Saginaw Valley State University
  • Erin McConahey, Arup

There are exciting activities and events scheduled for the upcoming year. We will start local chapters in the very near future. Consider sponsoring and/or hosting a chapter in your city. Contact LaMona Marshall if interested at lamonamarshall@societyfordiversity.org.

In an effort to spread our passion for diversity, we will organize few charitable drives to support other organizations who lend help to communities for the greater good. Look for more information to come, your support will be needed to make our events and activities successful.

Becoming the most efficient and successful diversity professional possible is why we are here to assist our members. As always, your suggestions and comments are always welcomed.

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