The business case for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging (DEIB) is well established. Data collected by global management consulting firms and other employment authorities clearly show that companies with diverse workforces, inclusive business practices and equitable policies outperform those that do not prioritize DEI and embed its principles into their culture. For business communicators and leaders responsible for promoting DEIB within their organizations and contributing to a healthy, inclusive workplace culture, this Shared Interest Group welcomes you! We are building an IABC community of professionals who are learning together how to apply DEIB authentically for the greatest impact in our workplace in our world. Join us!
Register to attend the meet-up on 15 February at 11:00 a.m. CDT
About Our Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging (DEIB) SIG Leaders
Anuja Kale Agarwal
Anuja is an accomplished global communications professional, with extensive experience in the insurance, banking, financial and professional services industry in Asia, US and Canada. She is the National Communications Director at PwC Canada and her prior work experience includes communication leadership roles at Deutsche Bank, GE, Aviva and Veritas. Anuja works closely with senior business leaders and key stakeholders to deliver measurable results and effective change and culture building programs.
Anuja is actively engaged in CSR and DEI initiatives, and has served on several Diversity and Inclusion Councils. She is currently serving as the Chair of the IABC Global DEI Committee. She coaches and mentors graduate students and young executives on building their personal brand and executive presence. She is also a guest speaker and writer on topics such as leadership communication and engagement.
Jill Vitiello is Partner & Executive Vice President of Forty1, a division of The Creative Engagement Group, headquartered in London. Previously, Jill was founder and Chief Executive Officer of Vitiello Communications Group, an employee engagement consultancy, based in the United States. Jill has been an active member of IABC her entire career, most recently serving as director of the International Executive Board of IABC. Jill is passionate about the power of communication to create inclusive workplace cultures.
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