In January 2006, DiversityInc convened an
unprecedented and candid discussion about race,
gender, and class. View this historic meeting of eight
amazing and accomplished women of color – all
passionate advocates for diversity in the corporate
and academic worlds.
Dr. Johnnetta B. Cole
President, Bennett College for
Chair, United Way of America
Dr. Ella L.J. Edmondson Bell
Associate Professor, Business
Tuck School at Dartmouth College
Vice President, Global Diversity
Corporate Human Resources, ABC
Dr. dt ogilvie
Associate Professor, Management &
Rutgers Business School
Senior Director, Global Diversity
Lora L. Fong
Counsel, Litigation Department and
Technology Practice Group
Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith & Davis
Alma Morales Riojas
President and CEO, MANA
Chair, Hispanic Association on
options, bilingual seminars and
diverse mentoring opportunities.
■ The district’s No Child Left Behind
Act page provides parental-choice
options and other support to facili-
tate student academic achievment.
■ Typing the term “supplier diversity” in the search engine generates
one non-relevant result—notes from
a November 2004 school-board
meeting on policy.
Unified School District
Total Students: 727,319
Student Race/Ethnicity: 75. 4 percent
Latino, 11. 4 percent black, 8. 8
percent white, 4. 1 percent Asian,
0.3 percent Native American
■ Diversity-related news is regularly
posted on the homepage.
■ Multicultural images appear on
every page of the Web site.
■ The parent-student handbook is
available in eight languages.
■ The search function is not located
on the homepage and only encom-passes material related to students,
human resources and recent
■ Equal-opportunity content is first
listed among new-teacher resources
rather than featured prominently on
the homepage. DI
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