Leaders in Diversity Awards nomination deadline extended until Nov. 12 – Dallas Business Journal – Dallas Business Journal

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The nomination deadline for the Dallas Business Journal’s Leaders of Diversity Awards has been extended until Friday, Nov. 12.
The event has nominations for both individuals and companies. Click here for more information on nominating an individual person. Click here for more information on nominating a company.
The event, in its second year, will be held on Thursday, Feb. 17, 2022. More details about the event will be revealed in late November when the honorees are announced.
Click on the slideshow below for a gallery of photos of the 2020 individuals and companies with links to their stories and individual winners.
In 2021, the event honored six organizations and 13 individuals who have shown exceptional commitment to promoting practices that advance diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace. These honorees have been doing tough and important work in DFW for decades across all areas of diversity, equity and inclusion — including age, disability, gender, sexual orientation, race and religion. Two of this year’s honorees are being recognized for their efforts of being a champion for people with disabilities.
Click below for a broadcast of the virtual event.
The Leaders in Diversity Awards event is sponsored by Bell Nunnally and the SMU Cox School of Business.
Recognize an individual for their remarkable work as a diversity and inclusion advocate in their workplace and throughout the community.
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