How Lilly Makes Diversity and Inclusion a Business Imperative

To better understand its diverse workforce, Lilly created Employee Journeys, a program to better understand its employees

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A Knight in Court

Cofounder Kristen Sonday shares how Paladin connects and tracks pro-bono programs within corporations with clients who need assistance.

“HR Leaders Need to be Change Agents”

A conversation with Emma Phillips, ADP’s division vice president of HR for Worldwide Sales and Marketing.

Leadership at Goldman Sachs

A conversation with Goldman Sachs’ Michele Docharty and Anilu Vazquez-Ubarri.

The Path for Success Lies in Education

Amy Hernandez Turcios shares how education transformed her life and career, from Wharton to Harvard Business School and beyond.

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Creating the Guide to Latino Career Success

A conversation with Andrés Tapia and Dr. Robert Rodriguez about their newest book, Auténtico: The Definitive Guide to Latino Career Success

Making a Name for Herself in Communications

Entercom’s Esther-Mireya Tejeda speaks on her new role at the media company and her passion for diversifying the communications and PR industry

The Alumni Society Remembers Lisa Garcia Quiroz

The former Alumni Society board member and Time Warner’s first chief diversity officer devoted to strengthening and advancing the Hispanic community across industries

Goldman Sachs: Being a Great Place to Work

We are one of only five companies – and the only financial services firm – to be included on the list every year since its inception,

Lilly Values Latino Customers and Employees

Employee resource groups (ERGs) like the Organization of Latinos at Lilly (OLA) are a key to driving innovation at Lilly and contribute to successful business outcomes in several major ways.