Inclusion Best Practices Series – Registration Now OpenJanuary 10, 2014
Where do I find a diverse talent pool? How do I develop a strategy to recruit, retain and elevate diverse talent within my company? How do I integrate the diversity and inclusion strategy throughout the organization? What is the value in Employee Resource Groups, and what are the pitfalls to avoid? How do I continue to innovate? Where do I begin?
Through the Inclusion Best Practices Series, Vibrant Pittsburgh features high-profile Chief Diversity Officers who will share their stories and best practices on a range of diversity and inclusion topics. Employers of all sizes will have the opportunity to learn from and interact with industry leaders on diversity and inclusion practices key to their business success.
*All Vibrant Pittsburgh members are allotted a certain number of complimentary registrations to the NEW Inclusion Best Practices Series. Please call Vibrant Pittsburgh at 412-281-8600 to take advantage of your Membership Benefits. There is a $15.00 per person cost for each additional person above the allotted complimentary registrations.
Mentoring as a Diversity & Inclusion and Elevation Strategy
Speaker: Jennifer “Jae” Pi’ilani Requiro, National Manager (Director) of Diversity & Inclusion at Toyota Financial Services
Wednesday, February 12th
7:30am-9:30am (program begins at 8am)
Location: ***Please Note Change of Location***
New Venue: Duquesne Club, 325 6th Avenue, Pittsburgh PA 15222
FREE - Vibrant Pittsburgh Members. Contact Lora Dziemiela or Yvonne English Roebuck at 412-281-8600 to take advantage of your complimentary registrations. There is a $15.00 per person cost for each additional person above the allotted complimentary registrations.
$30.00 - Pittsburgh Human Resource Association Members
$30.00 – HR Leadership Forum Members
Jennifer “Jae” Pi’ilani Requiro is the National Manager (Director) of Diversity and Inclusion at Toyota Financial Services (TFS) in the Diversity and Inclusion department. Her responsibilities are to focus on workplace and workforce initiatives including diversity and inclusion education and executive scorecards, talent management and Toyota Business Partnering Groups (ERGs). In addition, Jae develops strategies to increase market share, capture more multi-cultural customers and increase partnerships with diverse suppliers. During her tenure, Toyota Financial Services has been recognized by Black Enterprise, Diversity Best Practices, DiversityInc, Hispanic Magazine, Human Rights Campaign and the Financial Services Diversity Leadership Award “Corporation of the Year” from the National Business Inclusion Consortium in 2013.