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Thu, Aug 08

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https://us06web.zoom.us/s/87664798375

TL CoE Mtg: Leading through Inclusive Supplier Diversity Programs

Discover how to build a robust supplier diversity program that promotes social equity and drives economic development with Alejandro Serrudo (PG&E) and Christina Schueneman (E Source). This is a member-only meeting. If you’d like to attend as a guest RSVP below.

TL CoE Mtg: Leading through Inclusive Supplier Diversity Programs
TL CoE Mtg: Leading through Inclusive Supplier Diversity Programs

Time & Location

Aug 08, 2024, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT

https://us06web.zoom.us/s/87664798375

Guests

About the event

Overview

Fostering supplier diversity among utility companies is paramount. This imperative uplifts historically marginalized groups and yields substantial benefits for the businesses engaging with them. Minority-owned, women-owned, veteran-owned, and small enterprises mirror the diversity inherent in utility customer bases, infusing the sector with highly relevant perspectives and experiences. By cultivating a diverse supplier network, utilities fortify their resilience, navigate regulatory landscapes with greater ease, and propel economic development forward.

During this enlightening Transformative Leadership CoE meeting, Alejandro Serrudo, PG&E's Principal Supply Chain Consultant, will explain the path to building, promoting, and executing a robust supplier diversity program. Join him to glean insights into the profound impact of building inclusivity into the supply chain for transformative leaders.

Key Takeaways

-Understand the strategic importance of fostering supplier diversity in utility companies, recognizing its role in promoting social equity, enhancing resilience, navigating regulatory environments, and driving economic development.

-Gain insights into actionable strategies and best practices for building, promoting, and executing a robust supplier diversity program within utility companies, including methods for identifying, engaging, and supporting minority-owned, women-owned, veteran-owned, and small enterprises.

-Discuss the transformative leadership required to champion and sustain a culture of inclusivity within the supply chain, fostering collaboration, innovation, and long-term partnerships that drive social impact and business success.

Panelists

-Alejandro Serrudo, Supplier Diversity Program Manager, Principal, PG&E

-Christina Schueneman, Director, Professional & Consulting Services, E Source

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