In an effort to recognize companies implementing strong diversity practices, and to give other area businesses ideas on how they too can implement these policies and strategies, the Charlotte Chamber will honor four local businesses on December 10 (8 – 10:30 a.m.) during its first-ever Diversity Best Practices Executive Forum. The Chamber hopes the Forum will stimulate business dialogue about diversity, and spark other companies to follow these best practices.
Kilpatrick Stockton was selected in the Multicultural Community Involvement category for the pro bono work the firm’s attorneys are doing in the community supporting low-income children, senior citizens and seriously ill adults. Attorneys and staff are actively participating, or hold key leadership roles in diverse community organizations. The firm is also a member of an alliance working to develop and launch a self-sustaining diversity leadership curriculum.