Diversity & Inclusion

Susan Medina Places Gloria Lara as CEO of the Michigan Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Battalia Winston is pleased to announce the placement of Gloria Lara as Chief Executive Officer of the Michigan Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (MHCC). Susan Medina, Partner in Battalia Winston’s Diversity and Inclusion Practice, completed the search. Gloria Lara is the former CEO of the Girl Scout Council, where she served as the chief spokesperson for …

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As Companies Crack the Diversity Code, Leadership Teams Still Lag

Susan Medina and Peter Gomez recently contributed the following article to Workforce Magazine.  Like several Silicon Valley counterparts, tech giant Intel last year went public with its lack of employee diversity. The company is openly sharing its efforts to correct the problem. In an interview with NPR, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich discussed his company’s diversity initiatives …

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Susan Medina and Peter Gomez Discuss Diversity and Inclusion with Chicago Tribune

Battalia Winston Partners Susan Medina and Peter Gomez recently contributed to an article in the Chicago Tribune entitled “Some financial firms tackle diversity gap head-on, say they can’t afford not to.” The article explores how the financial services companies in Chicago are working to attract and retain more diverse talent: Susan Medina and Peter Gomez, …

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Susan Medina and Peter Gomez Contribute to Crain's Chicago Business

Susan Medina and Peter Gomez of Battalia Winston’s Diversity and Inclusion Practice recently contributed an article to Crain’s Chicago Business. When Ursula Burns steps down from Xerox later this year, the number of black female CEOs of Fortune 500 companies will shrink to zero. Burns will exit a very homogeneous group of leaders—one that currently …

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New White Paper – Closing the Gender Gap: How Companies Can Retain Women Engineers

There’s been a surge in recent press about the lack of women in Engineering/Technology. While many media outlets are exploring this problem, few seem to be going to the source—women in engineering and technology—and asking them for their insight. Understanding this issue at the ground level is the key to improving the representation of women …

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Peter Gomez and Susan Medina Deliver Keynote Address at Grand Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce's Diversity and Inclusion Forum

Today Battalia Winston Partners Susan Medina and Peter Gomez delivered the keynote speech at The Grand Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce’s Diversity and Inclusion Forum. The forum was designed to help Michigan businesses and non-profits learn key strategies for diversifying their talent pipeline and growing their consumer base by engaging diverse talent. Drawing from their experience …

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Make Your Company a Magnet for Diversity

While companies like Facebook and Google have committed to improving minority representation, the pool for qualified diverse candidates is still quite small. Companies need to focus on both attracting diverse talent and on retaining current employees, who, as demand for diversity increases, are at risk for being poached by competitors. In their recent article for Forefront …

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Why You Should Do More Than Just Talk About Workplace Diversity

Susan Medina and Peter Gomez, Battalia Winston’s experts in Diversity and Inclusion, are featured in Fast Company with their article, “Why You Should Do More Than Just Talk About Workplace Diversity.” Responding to Google’s recent disclosures about their homogenous workforce and renewed diversity and inclusion efforts, Medina and Gomez warn companies of common diversity-recruiting pitfalls and urge …

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