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Cincinnati Business Courier and Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber
Awards to Ohio individuals in eligible locations to recognize outstanding contributions to inclusion, diversity, and equity in the workplace and local business community. Nominations will be accepted for individuals working in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors of the Cincinnati business community.
Together the Cincinnati Business Courier and the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, with its nationally recognized Minority Business Accelerator, celebrate and elevate the important contributors in ensuring a more diverse, inclusive, and equitable Cincinnati business community.
This program celebrates those individuals that help the region achieve greater heights of success through building a diverse workforce, championing equitable policies and practices and developing inclusive cultures. Help shine a light on an individual in your organization, one of your vendors or partners, or someone in the community that you see making a difference in the area of inclusion and diversity.
Nominations will be accepted for individuals that showcase successful efforts with measurable business success in making their organization more equitable and inclusive. Award categories are purposely broad-based so that nominees of any scale can provide vivid stories of people, programs, practices, policy, and partnerships that have increased diversity, promoted equity, and advanced full inclusion.
Potential areas to consider are demonstrating best practices; transforming workplace cultures; developing innovative or equitable human resources policies; advocating for transformational policy change (in government); bridging cultural divides; promoting supplier diversity; leveraging employee resource groups; practicing inclusive capitalism to drive more inclusive & successful workplaces; catalyzing community impact; or advancing gender or racial equity.
GrantWatch ID#: 203565
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Create an account to submit a nomination: https://www.bizjournals.com/register/cincinnati?r=https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/nomination/86763/2022/2022-climb-awards-individual-award#/
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