Meet the Dallas Business Journal's first class of honorees for our Leaders in Diversity Awards – Dallas Business Journal – Dallas Business Journal

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The Dallas Business Journal has selected 13 individuals and six companies for its first class of Leaders in Diversity Awards.
The new event, which will be held virtually on Thursday, March 4, honors organizations and individuals who have shown exceptional commitment to promoting practices that advance diversity and inclusion in the workplace. These honorees have also shown leadership and bolster equality across all areas of diversity — including age, disability, gender, sexual orientation, race and religion.
Click on the slideshow below to find out the 13 business leaders and six companies being honored in 2021.
For the past 13 years, the Business Journal honored hundreds of North Texas leaders with its Minority Business Leader Awards program, which recognized diverse business leaders who held distinguished track records in advocating for others in their communities and workplaces.
This new award program continues that tradition and has expanded to highlight efforts across all areas of diversity and inclusion. Two of this year’s honorees are being recognized for their efforts of being a champion for people with disabilities.
The honored individuals and companies were selected by judges composed of past honorees and North Texas business leaders. This year’s judges were:
Click here for more information and to register for the event.
Honorees will be featured in print and digital in March.
Celebrate leaders for their remarkable work in promoting practices that advance diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace and throughout the community.
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