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Chief Diversity Officer at Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey honored with Distinguished Citizens Award by the Ramapo College Foundation

CDO at Horizon BCBSNJ honored with Distinguished Citizens Award by the Ramapo College Foundation

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 13, 2015 Contact: Thomas Vincz 973-466-6625 (Newark, NJ, March 13, 2015) – Alison Banks-Moore, Chief Diversity Officer at Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey (Horizon BCBSNJ), has been honored with the Distinguished Citizens Award by the Ramapo College Foundation. The award honors individuals for their personal and professional commitment […]

DAN HOLLY

It’s a little tricky to measure how far we have come toward fulfilling the dream of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. – that’s like trying to measure love, isn’t it? But it’s worth thinking about because thinking about our progress helps us to come up with the right questions. It’s never a waste of […]

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Are Corporate Boards Unconsciously Biased Against Women CEOs?

How do assessments identify the “CEO leadership traits” in women and are the assessments more focused on how those traits are traditionally exhibited in men?

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Landscape of Black Corporate America: Shrinking Leadership

  As we celebrate black history this month and think about black progress, I felt it appropriate to share my insights on the state of black leadership in corporate America – specifically the changing dynamics that impact the pipeline. I want to call attention to the shrinking pipeline that is not necessarily intentional but an […]

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Posted in African Americans, Ask Pam, Diversity & Inclusion

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So you want ME to BRING IT?

  In the spirit of inclusion and cultural awareness, kudos to the companies who believe in fostering an environment that supports uniqueness and differences. The assumption is that employee resource groups and/or affinity groups are a foundation upon which to build exposure to and education about different cultures and beliefs in the workplace. “This leads […]

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Posted in Ask Pam, Career Development, Diversity & Inclusion, Personal Branding

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Entrepreneur Profile: Winnie Chan

The priorities and perseverance of Winnie Chan, as she leads her cosmetics brand, Maylan Skincare.

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Posted in Asian Americans, Entrepreneurs, Leadership, Women

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Are Corporate Boards Unconsciously Biased Against Women CEOs?

How do assessments identify the “CEO leadership traits” in women and are the assessments more focused on how those traits are traditionally exhibited in men?

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Posted in Companies, Executives, Latest News, Women

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Leading in the Know…..

    Great leaders know that greatness comes from wisdom coupled with knowledge. They understand that they have to respect and value people’s knowledge as well as the experiences they bring with them.         Where am I going with all of this? Well, I want to share what DMBA’s Inclusive Leadership Index […]

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Posted in Ask Pam, Career Development

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Observations on Advancement of Women in the Workplace

Even when taking mentoring and skills into account, men had received 72% of promotions compared with 65% of the women.

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Posted in Demographics, Fannie Mae, Organizations, Talent Management, Women

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The Dream: Measuring Progress

  It’s a little tricky to measure how far we have come toward fulfilling the dream of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. – that’s like trying to measure love, isn’t it? But it’s worth thinking about because thinking about our progress helps us to come up with the right questions. It’s never a waste […]

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Posted in Diversity & Inclusion

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Are We There Yet?

  As we celebrate Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King’s birthday and think about his legacy, it’s appropriate to recognize that we have just marked the 50th anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education, which in many ways embodies Rev. King’s dream. That Supreme Court ruling that banned school segregation is the root of the diversity […]

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Posted in African Americans, Ask Pam, Diversity & Inclusion

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