Inclusivity Through ERGs: A Blueprint for Business Transformation
Wednesday, Dec 6th @ 10 am PT / 1 pm ET
In today’s rapidly evolving business landscape, fostering inclusivity isn’t just a goal—it’s a blueprint for success. Dive into the transformative power of Employee Resource Groups (ERGs).
In this webinar, we’ll unravel the dynamics and opportunities of ERGs as more than just affinity groups. Discover how ERGs can be the driving force behind organizational change, propelling businesses toward innovation, competitiveness and a culture of diversity and inclusion.
Explore how ERGs:
- Enhance diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging efforts in your organization
- Provide practical strategies for employee connectivity
- Elevate career development through mentoring
Laura McGee / Founder & CEO / Diversio
Laura McGee is the Founder and CEO of Diversio, a technology startup that uses data analytics to help companies and investors unlock diversity for improved performance. Diversio works with clients in 30 countries across the world, and has been featured at global events like the G20 and Davos. Through partnerships including UN Women, the Investor Leadership Network, and the Human Resources Professionals Association, Laura leads industry-level change in DEI practices.
Prior to Diversio, Laura was a consultant at McKinsey & Company in their Public and Social Sector Practice. She was named Co-Chair of Canada’s Expert Panel on Women Entrepreneurs, and holds Board and Advisory positions with Global Citizen, ArcTern Ventures, and the University of Waterloo. She is a C100 Fellow and David Rockefeller Fellow with the Trilateral Commission.
Lydia Frank / VP of Marketing / Chronus
As Vice President of Marketing, Lydia uses the art and science of strategic storytelling to showcase the incredible power of mentorship in developing employees, transforming organizational culture from the inside out and ensuring every employee feels connected to and supported by their organization.
Prior to Chronus, Lydia served in a number of marketing roles at PayScale – most recently Vice President of Corporate & Product Marketing – growing it from a disruptive startup to the market leader in the compensation data and software vertical. Previously, she led digital content teams at About.com and MSN.
Lydia is a strong advocate for creating more accessible paths to power for women, people of color and other historically marginalized groups in the labor market and economy. She has been a frequent speaker and media commentator on this topic and has contributed related content to various publications including Harvard Business Review, Money, Fortune, TechCrunch.
Lydia holds a BA in Journalism from Central Washington University.