Qualcomm’s Fairygodboss Podcasts
On this episode of Fairygodboss Radio, Qualcomm’s VP of Global HR Solutions, Anne Elkin discusses her career journey and the lessons she’s learned along the way. Listen to the Listen to the full episode here..
LGBTBE BUSINESS WEBINARS AND VIDEO RESOURCES DURING COVID-19
This page is dedicated to our network of exceptional, innovative Certified LGBT Business Enterprise® (Certified LGBTBE®) suppliers in the NGLCC network. Here you will find information on business development webinars and trainings; online matchmakers, both B2B and corporate; support with drafting capability statements and RFPs; and much, much more to help our businesses and community stay strong and ready for the year ahead.
Additionally, many NGLCC local affiliate chambers have regional information an economic recovery opportunities available.
The American Indian College Fund: Why Native Representation and Mascots Matter
Crystal Echo Hawk, a member of the Pawnee Nation Of Oklahoma and the Executive Director of Illuminative, will present “Why Native Representation and Mascots Matter,” on the final webinar of the seven-part free American Indian College Fund Indigenous Activism Speaker Series. series on Thursday, September 24, at 10 a.m. MDT.
In the wake of COVID-19, public outcry about the deaths of George Floyd, Bryana Taylor, and Ahmoud Arbury and the upcoming Census and national elections, Native America stands at a crossroads. The College Fund saw an opportunity for Native students and youth to create greater equity and visibility for Native people through advocacy. The College Fund worked with activists and leaders to create a series of free webinars to guide Native youth.
Tech Talk: Success as a Corporate Tech Professional & Serial Entrepreneur
It is Tech and Career Talk time! This week’s guest will talk about key paths of success. One path is that of a corporate tech professional. The other is that of a serial entrepreneur. Do these paths run concurrently? Consecutively? Are they the same path with multiple lanes? Inquiring minds want to know!
Join Tim Webb as he discusses his journeys of both a corporate tech professional and serial entrepreneur! Tim Webb is a native of Columbia, South Carolina. In 2013, Tim became a first-generation college graduate from the University of South Carolina, majoring in Integrated Information Technology. While attending the university, he would also become a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Incorporated. Tim is an Entrepreneur, Investor, and Federal Government Cybersecurity Consultant residing outside of Washington, DC.
Join the conversation this Friday, September 25th @ 11:30 am EST. Click here to join the conversation live. You may also call (605) 472-5441 with access code 303815
AWIS Presents: Unearthing Untold Stories of Women in Science and Other Fields
Join us on September 29th for an intimate interview and Q&A with New York Times Bestselling Author Marie Benedict.
Through a combination of research and storytelling, Marie Benedict is on a mission to uncover the stories of influential women and their significant contributions.
Join us for an hour of inspiration and advice around the themes in her books including gender and racial discrimination, self-efficacy, career pivots, and work-life integration – challenges that women in science and STEM fields still face today.
Picture a Scientist: Official Selection of the 2020 Tribeca Film Festival
Join us on October 13th for an exclusive event for AWIS Member and prospective members! Be among the first to view this independent film that chronicles the journey of three women scientists and their experiences with overt harassment and implicit bias.
The film also includes data and insights from twenty other science luminaries on how to make science more diverse, equitable, and open to all. Register to receive a virtual screening link and attend an engaging Q&A with the directors and cast.
The Role of Diverse Suppliers in Usual Emergencies and Unusual Emergencies
How are we ensuring that diverse suppliers are fully integrated into utility emergency and disaster preparedness supply chains? At times like this, there are huge spikes in spending in critical areas and if DBEs are not already integrated into those value chains, it is unlikely that they will suddenly get an opportunity in an emergency. On top of that we may be prepared for the “usual” emergencies within our supply chain, but what happens with “unusual” emergencies?
During this webinar, set for we will hear from The Honorable Maida Coleman, Commissioner of the Missouri Public Service Commission and Joan Kerr, Director of Supplier Chain Responsibility from Pacific Gas & Electric Company. They will share their perspectives of the commission and utilities by looking at best practices to get diverse suppliers in the emergency procurement chain.
Join us on Wednesday, October 14, at 10am PST.
Diverse Suppliers in the Emergency Chain
On November 17th at 10:00am PST, the National Utilities Diversity Council (NUDC) will be holding a follow-up to their October 14th event, “Diverse Suppliers in the Emergency Chain”
For this second part in looking at diverse suppliers in the emergency supply chain, we’ll hear from suppliers themselves. What kinds of products and services can we add to the emergency chain from diverse suppliers? How should we best identify suppliers and manage the relationship? In a session led by supplier diversity veteran Erica Patterson of Philadelphia Gas Works, we’ll hear from three women whose companies are key components of emergency spend.