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HR Executives to Explore the Power of Allyship, Inclusion & Belonging During C2HR CON Closing Session
NAPERVILLE, ILL., November 2, 2020 —As the topics of diversity, equity, inclusion and social justice (DEIJ) continue to dominate headlines in 2020, the C2HR CONference will conclude with a panel discussion focused on allyship, inclusion and belonging.
A dynamic group of industry leaders will reflect on their personal experiences, have a candid discussion about how daily deliberate decisions and actions are required to be an authentic ally, and share strategies for cultivating a truly inclusive culture of belonging. The session will be moderated by Jennifer Williams, senior director of enterprise inclusion for WarnerMedia and the panelists are Fabienne Clermont, vice president of legal for Discovery; Pooja Jain-Link, executive vice president of Coqual; Chris Powell CEO of Talmetrix and member of the C2HR board of directors; and Lydia Williams, senior director of enterprise inclusion for WarnerMedia.
The C2HR CONference features a variety of sessions on timely topics including virtual recruiting and onboarding, crisis management, analytics, employment law, wellness, social justice and diversity. The comprehensive agenda is available at https://www.c2hrcon.org/sessions.
MEDIA INVITE: Accredited members of the press are invited to participate in the virtual C2HR CON. To receive a complimentary press pass, please contact Melissa Hicks at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Content & Connectivity Human Resources (C2HR) is a professional association serving 4,300 members from 50 companies spanning the telecommunications, technology, media and entertainment sectors. C2HR provides industry-specific analytics, information and resources, as well as networking and educational opportunities. Its groundbreaking initiatives include its Annual Compensation Surveys and HR Symposium. For more information, visit www.C2HR.org.
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