From Georgia Trend: Cox Pursues Culture Change
Tiffanie McDonald, vice president of diversity, equity and inclusion for Cox Enterprises, recently spoke to Georgia Trend magazine for a feature about some of the ways that Cox and other major companies are working to increase diversity and inclusion.
“We lead with inclusion because we know that’s important … making sure we’re creating that culture and environment where diverse talent wants to be,” she told the magazine. Cox Enterprises regularly ranks well for D&I, including recognition in 2020 by Forbes as a best employer for diversity and the Human Rights Campaign as a best place to work for LGBTQ equality.
Cox also responded to the social justice protests over the summer by holding listening forums across the company and accepting feedback about how the company could “improve, get better and help to foster and drive real change,” McDonald said. It formed the Actions Speak task force of more than 30 leaders from across all business lines who are tasked with developing strategies to make the company more diverse, from increasing diversity at the top to establishing programs to help minority-owned business suppliers grow.
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