D&I News Roundup from COLOR – Women’s History Month Edition II

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In this issue, COLOR celebrates the women of color who made history at Color and established a legacy positive impact in their careers. Travel back into the archive with us to read an exclusive profiles on Tulaine Montgomery, the woman who is transforming philanthropy with soul, catch up on the latest features on our Power List honorees, and stay tuned for COLOR’s spotlight on Inclusive Heroes Podcast.  

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Tulaine Montgomery, Co-CEO of New Profit (courtesy of New Profit)

A New, Soulful Voice in Venture Philanthropy

Tulaine Montgomery’s soul booms as if expressed through a megaphone. The authority of her words serves to amplify their metronome-informed flow. Indeed, the Co-CEO of New Profit—a venture philanthropy organization supporting social entrepreneurs building solutions to advance equity and opportunity in America —possesses the gift of identifying the rhythm of ideas and building upon them in order to produce breakthrough innovations birthed from communities of color.


Tune in to Inclusive Heroes Podcast with Miguel Joey Aviles on Wednesday’s where ever podcasts are streamed! (photos courtesy of Miguel Joey Aviles and Christopher Huang)

COLOR to be Featured on The Inclusive HEROES Podcast

The Inclusive HEROES podcast highlights and celebrates leaders who make inclusion happen in their world of work. Join Miguel Joey Aviles as he shares the stories behind true inclusion and belonging with Kamilah A’Vant, Director of Diversity Programs at COLOR.

Check out Episode 5 featuring COLOR on Wednesday, March 30th!





Rosa Nuñez, MBA, Director of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at Foley Hoag (courtesy of Foley Hoag)

Rosa Nuñez: Leading the Pack

Rosa Nuñez, MBA understands that building effective and sustainable diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) systems is “not for the faint of heart,” she comments. “My goal is to help Foley Hoag lead the pack in the DE&I space and be an employer of choice.”





Rebekah Splaine Salwasser, EVP, Social Impact at the Boston Red Sox Foundation (courtesy of the Boston Red Sox)

Rebekah Salwasser: How to Pivot with Grace

Rebekah Splaine Salwasser serves diligently in the triple role of Executive Director, Executive Vice President (EVP) for Social Impact, and MVP for The Boston Red Sox and The Red Sox Foundation. In her exclusive profile, she details the value of pivoting DEI structures to ensure meaningful impact for her staff and community.






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COLOR is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for SHRM-CP®️ or SHRM-SCP®️

COLOR is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for SHRM-CP®️ or SHRM-SCP®️

COLOR Recognized by SHRM to Offer PDCs for the SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP Credentials

COLOR is excited to announce that our event programs are now certified to offer Professional Development Credits for SHRM certified professionals. This designation forwards our mission to support the leadership development of professionals of color across the nation.






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