Companies and Investors Heed the Call to Action


In addition to pushing companies to expand hiring of diverse employees and managers, investors will also push for more disclosure about corporate demographic data—including the EEO-1 data that companies disclose to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission—as a way to track improvement. They will ask for disclosures on all kinds of subjects including race, ethnicity, gender parity, LGBTQ community representation, diversity in boards and senior-level positions, and hiring practices, says Angela Chitkara, a researcher with World in 2020, which publishes research on diversity and inclusion.

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CCNY public relations diversity study wins 2018 Innovation Excellence Award


Chitkara points out two instances of academia/industry collaboration already exist right here at City College. “Together with CCNY and BIC students we launched a group initiative called The World in 2020: The Diversity and Inclusion Project. And CCNY’s President Vincent Boudreau recently joined 300 CEOs of multinational corporations in signing the CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion™ created by PricewaterhouseCoopers' Chairman Tim Ryan.”

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City College Joins CEO Action To Advance Diversity And Inclusion


The City College of New York joins the growing coalition pledging to advance diversity and inclusion in the workplace and on college campuses. More than 400 CEOs and university presidents have come together for CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion™, with City College being one of the first New York City colleges invited to be a signatory.

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