TI TLE SPONSORS DINNER SPONSORS
From EEO to
In a primer session aimed at federal
agencies and companies doing
business with the federal government,
we will offer “how-to’s,” practical and legal
advice on everything from setting up a
diversity department to implementing
employee-resource groups to starting an
effective supplier-diversity program.
There will be a particular emphasis on
MARCH 9-10, 2010 | WASHINGTON, D.C.
DAY ONE How Global Diversity Impacts the Domestic Diversity Agenda Subject-matter experts will discuss a range of global diversity issues, focusing on how they will impact almost every do- mestic corporation. We will break several times during the day to have small-group, professionally facilitated discussions. The wisdom of both the subject-matter experts and the diversity-management executive discussions will be captured and released in a report to be given to all attendees.
The 2010 DiversityInc
Top 50 Companies
The 2010 DiversityInc Top 50 Companies
for Diversity®will be unveiled at a dinner
on March 9. The dinner starts at
6 p.m. and will be held at the
Marriott Metro Center.
Entertainment will be provided by
Ron Carter, a jazz bassist with more than
2,000 albums to his credit, who has re-
corded with many of music's greats.
NOV. 8-9, 2010 | WASHINGTON, D.C.
How Diversity Management Drives Employee Engagement
The Public Sector: Implementing Effective Diversity Management
At a gala dinner, we will recognize seven leading companies as the top companies for Working Families, Generational Communica-
tions, Global Cultural Competence, Community Development, Talent Pipeline, Executive Development and Employee-Resource Groups.
EVEN T SPONSORS
Contact Carolynn Johnson for sponsorship and registration details at (973) 494-0539 or cjohnson@DiversityInc.com