Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Diversity is America’s strength, spurring the innovation and creativity that have made the U.S. economy the most vibrant and dynamic in history. When businesses recognize and embrace different perspectives, they are better able to create value, serve customers, support employees, and solve problems. By providing opportunities for everyone, businesses help lift communities and strengthen the health, prosperity, and competitiveness of our nation and our society.
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The U.S. Chamber's Next-Gen Business Partnership and Urban Alliance hosted a Mixer "Fueling the Next Generation to Succeed", to inspire and equip a diverse group of students with the necessary knowledge and skills to succeed as leaders in both the public and private sectors.
As Senior Corporate Counsel for Microsoft, Barbara Leen shares her unique insight into immigration policy solutions to improve America's complex immigration system.
In recognition of Military Spouse Appreciation Month, we had a conversation with Lacey Raymond, Principal in Deloitte Consulting LLP’s Government & Public Services (GPS) practice, and co-chair of the U.S. Chamber Foundation's Hiring our Heroes' Military Spouse Employment Advisory Council.
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We believe diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) is a business imperative. Guided by data and informed by conversations with business, government, academic, and civic leaders, the U.S. Chamber’s Equality of Opportunity Initiative (EOI) advances public and private sector solutions to help close opportunity gaps. Focusing on employment, entrepreneurship, education, and criminal justice, the EOI agenda aims to help all people—no matter their race or background—go as far and as high as their talent and hard work will take them.
This letter was sent to the U.S. House of Representatives supporting H.R. 5, the "Equality Act."
This letter was sent to the U.S. House of Representatives on H.R. 375.
This letter was sent to the House Committee on Natural Resources, on H.R. 375, a bill to amend the Indian Reorganization Act.
This letter was sent to Chairman Hoeven and Vice Chairman, Udall regarding the Tribal Labor Sovereignty Act of 2019.
Letter to the ranking members of the Committee on Natural Resources urging them to mark up and report the Carcieri decision and H.R. 375 expeditiously.
This letter was sent to the members of the United States Congress, supporting H.R. 5 and S. 788, the Equality Act.
Sign Memorandum of Understanding at U.S. Department of Commerce to foster the growth and global competitiveness of minority business enterprises
There is an urgent need for greater focus on unlocking the full economic potential of black innovators and entrepreneurs.
This letter has been sent to Representative Meeks in support of the introduction of the “Improving Corporate Governance Through Diversity Act of 2019,”
Support is high, yet middle market can benefit from more formalization of programs