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American Conference on Diversity Featured on NJ 101.5 Dennis & Judi Radio Show

  The American Conference on Diversity President & CEO Elizabeth Williams-Riley was honored to be a guest on the NJ 101.5 Dennis & Judi radio program, broadcast live from the Asbury Park boardwalk, on Friday, June 24. Her message: “It’s time for us to unite,” and one way to bridge gaps across cultural divides is to join…

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The Orlando Massacre Is an Awakening for Unity!

  April 2014: A Missouri man with a long resume of anti-Semitism opened fire outside two Jewish centers, killing a 14-year-old boy, his grandfather, and a 53-year-old woman. June 2015: Nine people were massacred during Bible study in an historic black church in South Carolina. August 2015: The remains of 20-year-old Elisha Walker, a transgender…

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PwC Diversity Strategy Leader Jennifer Allyn Earns Corporate Ambassador Award

The American Conference on Diversity will honor an exceptional female executive on April 7: PwC’s Diversity Strategy Leader Jennifer Allyn. Ms. Allyn will be presented with the Corporate Ambassador Award for her tireless work to promote diversity initiatives within the workplace. As a Managing Director in the Office of Diversity for the US firm of…

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A non-profit agency headquartered in New Jersey, American Conference on Diversity provides diversity trainings for businesses; experiential workshops and youth leadership programs for high school and college students; and professional development workshops for educators. Our roots date back to 1927 with the establishment of the National Conference of Christians and Jews in New York City. We have been providing human relations, diversity, and inclusion trainings, workshops, programs, and events throughout New Jersey and neighboring areas since 1948. Join us as we continue the process of changing lives. Share in our commitment to empower individuals and institutions to address issues of bias and discrimination and advocate for meaningful social change in our communities. There is no better time than now to get connected with us.