On Thursday, December 7, Cox Enterprise’s Talent Acquisition (CTA) department sponsored and hosted the Georgia Diversity Council Year End Mixer on their campus. The Georgia Diversity Council (http://www.georgiadiversitycouncil.org/) is the state chapter under the National Diversity Council Organization (http://www.nationaldiversitycouncil.org/). Their mission: “To enhance appreciation for and understanding of the value of diversity and inclusion. We are committed to transforming our workplace communities into environments where people are valued for their uniqueness and differences, and are confident that their contributions matter”.
We had a great turnout at the event, with over 75 members in attendance. In addition to the wonderful turnout, the charity toy drive was a huge success as well. Eighty toys, games and winter gear were collected and will be given to the local Atlanta organization, Cool Girls, Inc. (http://thecoolgirls.org/).
Organizations that were represented at the mixer include: Accenture, Aerotek, AIG, American Honda, Americold Logistics, Atlanta Tech, Capgemini, CARE, Charter Global, Comcast, Cox Automotive, Cox Communications, Cox Enterprises, Dekalb Chamber of Commerce, Dentons, Digital Pictureworks, Emory Healthcare, GameStop, Georgia Insititute of Technology, Grady Health System, Home Depot, IHG, Lexis Nexis, Macy’s, MarketSource, MARTA, Mercedes-Benz USA, Mercer University, Minority Access to Capital, Popeyes, Premise Health, Safe-Guard Products, SITA, SunTrust, The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta, UPS, Wellstar Health System and Wong Fleming.
CTA team members that were in attendance include: Malik Baraka, Monica Green, Chyna Higginbotham, Sinead Koch, Shay O’Keefe, Khalil Robinson, Travis Timmons, and Mia Williams. Also in attendance was LeVoyd Carter, Executive Director of CCI Diversity and Inclusion.
If you’re interested in learning more about The Georgia Diversity Council, The National Diversity Council, or Cool Girls, Inc, please reach out to Shay O’Keefe.
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