Bridging the Digital Divide & Five More Reasons to Attend “Diversity Issues in Higher Education” Conference

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE “Technology fuels the power that leads to global decision-making across all sectors of society–and the absence of any voice in these conversations can be deafening,” says American Conference on Diversity President and CEO Elizabeth Williams-Riley. To help bridge the technology gap between the haves and have not’s through education, the American Conference…

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American Conference on Diversity President & CEO Earns Women Worth Watching Award

‘Profiles in Diversity Journal’ recognizes Elizabeth Williams-Riley for helping to advance women into leadership roles FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The American Conference on Diversity President and CEO Elizabeth Williams-Riley is recognized in the 12th annual Women Worth Watching issue of Profiles in Diversity Journal. Each year, the national diversity magazine honors women executives who share personal leadership…

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Announcing American Conference on Diversity Greater Bergen Chapter Diversity Legacy Award Honorees

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  Recognize Outstanding Civil-Rights, Interfaith & Student Leaders & Join Our “Defining Moment in Diversity” Community Conversation!  New Brunswick, NJ (September 20, 2012) – The American Conference on Diversity Greater Bergen Chapter is pleased to announce the 2013 Diversity Legacy Award honorees, who will be recognized at the Annual Diversity Legacy Breakfast on…

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Educator Spotlight: Jersey City Public Schools’ Ann Marley

“I realized I had a gift in art when my high-school art teacher helped me to explore my raw talents. Her encouragement strengthened my resolve to pursue art,” says Ann Marley, Jersey City Public Schools Visual Arts Supervisor and devoted supporter of the American Conference on Diversity Annual Poster Art Contest in Hudson County. Born…

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