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Diversity Best Practices

2 Park Ave 9th fl
New York, NY 10016
Phone: 212-219-7438
www.diversitybestpractices.com
carol.watson@diverstiybestpractices.com
Contact:
Carol Watson, Sr. Director, Global Advisory Services

At Diversity Best Practices, our mission is to give your organization a competitive edge through best-in-class advisory services and customized solutions for building and executing your D&I strategies.

A division of Working Mother Media and Bonnier Corp., Diversity Best Practices serves as a trusted partner to its 170+ member organizations ranging across a variety of industries on a national and global scale. Our vision is to be the best and most reputable organization that clients turn to for partnership, thought leadership and advice. We understand that developing successful diversity strategies requires an ongoing, culture driven effort, not a one-time or one-technique driven program. 

We provide our members with advisory/consulting services on best practices, latest trends and next practices on topics such as:

  • ERG impact and leader development
  • Benchmarking gap analysis
  • Metrics/measurement
  • Strategy development
  • Diverse talent acquisition, learning and development
  • D&I governance and council structure
  • Leadership accountability and competencies
  • Communications and engagement 

We also offer:
  • Custom research, tools and resources to implement inclusion and diversity programs and drive progress 
  • Insight and thought leadership tools and resource guides on hot topics, best practices and strategies 
  • Member only US/global best practice live events; issue-focused web seminars, executive roundtables, geographic networking events for organization-wide participation and development year-round
  • Access to Solutions@ partners - our unique partner relationships focused on content such as: bias mitigation, strategic consulting engagements, affinity based leadership development, speakers, ERG metrics and assessment tools

The Diversity Best Practices Team
Our team includes an impressive “small and mighty” group of industry-focused practitioners and subject matter experts across key areas of focus in diversity inclusion: researchers, senior practitioners, consultants, counsel members and committees from a wide range of cultural backgrounds and professional experience.

Subha Barry, SVP & Managing Director, Working Mother Media, Diversity Best Practices and NAFE.
Deborah-Tsai Munster, Executive Director
Jennifer London, Content Director
Carol Watson, Sr. Director, Global Advisory Services
Donnice Peterson, Member Research Analyst
Karen Dahms, Research Director

                    

Read our News:

Our POV as featured in Outlook for Multicultural Marketing in 2019 - Your Multicultural Marketing News January 2019 Newsletter

Influencing A More Culturally-Savvy Generation on Social Media 
Social media influence is at an all-time high. A vast majority of people get their information from it. For organizations, every employee and every consumer can become your brand ambassador or your brand 'derailer' through their access to social media. Either way, the opportunity to influence millions of consumers is real. The multicultural market is one of the fastest growing markets and purchasing power is stronger than ever. This new generation, along with others, are much more culturally-savvy, inclusive and diverse-minded, and have access to information and media at their fingertips. They are paying attention and taking notice when marketing campaigns include, OR exclude diversity, and they understand the "power of the purse" and "will of the wallet". They will support products that demonstrate their inclusivity and cultural sensitivity and are willing to forego those that don't. Multicultural market purchasing power is strong and influential - and social media helps feed that power. At Diversity Best Practices, we believe marketers and advertisers should tap into that purchasing power by ensuring they are culturally sensitive, representative and inclusive in their communications. By paying attention to the details in your messaging and engaging your diverse market, this will help to create more inclusive campaigns for a stronger 2019. By Deborah Munster, Executive Director, Diversity Best Practices
deborah.munster@diversitybestpractices.com. Contact us to discuss your D&I goals and learn more about the customized solutions, resources and membership services we provide. www.diversitybestpractices.com. View company profile here.

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Business Type: Conferences & Seminars, Consulting, Market Research Firm, Media-Print, Media-Website
Markets: African American Market,American Muslim Market,Cross Cultural Market,Disability Market,European Market,Hispanic Market,Japanese Market,Latin American Market,LGBT Market,Men,Millennial Market,Multicultural Market,Native American Market,Senior Market (50+),South Asian Market,Women’s Market,Women in Business Market
Industry Expertise: Automotive,Banking,Financial Services,Healthcare,Insurance,Non-profit,Packaged Goods,Pharma/Health,Professional Services,Retail,Technology,Telecommunications,Travel/Tourism
Services: Consulting,Corporate Communications,Custom publishing,Integrated Marketing Communications,Market Research,Media,Social Media,Strategic Planning,Training

Number of employees: 50

Percent Minority Owned: 0%

Percent Woman Owned: 0%
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