Event Title

Diversity and Inclusion in Action

Presenter Information

Maurice Howard

Description

This session will break down the differences between diversity and inclusion, permitting participants to walk away with an understanding of these differences, how the concept fits into corporate cultures, how to foster an inclusive environment, and what actions they can take to improve productivity in the work place. Diversity is not limited to the obvious characteristics of gender and race, as many traits characterize each individual. Each layer identifies a different dimension that defines who we are. No single element carries more weight than another.

Presenter(s)

Mr. Maurice Howard is an area recruitment specialist with Sherwin Williams. He started his career with Sherwin Williams in their Management/Sales Trainee program after graduating from West Virginia University. He currently covers western/upstate New York, Northeast PA, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine. Mr. Howard hires roughly 75 students per year into Sherwin Williams Management/Sales Trainee program and summer internship program. He earned his master’s degree in human resource development from Villanova University, and is considered a true human resource business partner. Mr. Howard understands the value of having a diverse work force and is committed to ensuring and focusing on inclusivity.

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Oct 8th, 3:30 PM Oct 8th, 4:45 PM

Diversity and Inclusion in Action

Seymour College Union, Room 114

This session will break down the differences between diversity and inclusion, permitting participants to walk away with an understanding of these differences, how the concept fits into corporate cultures, how to foster an inclusive environment, and what actions they can take to improve productivity in the work place. Diversity is not limited to the obvious characteristics of gender and race, as many traits characterize each individual. Each layer identifies a different dimension that defines who we are. No single element carries more weight than another.