Diversity & Inclusion
Promoting Cultures of Inclusion
Diversity represents many things that make us different: gender, marital status, ability, race, religion, education, income level, personality, sexual orientation, military status, and more. It fosters creativity, but it doesn’t promote inclusivity. People do.
Establishing inclusive cultures is intentional. We equip leaders committed to:
- Promoting cultures that welcome, value, and reflect the creativity that a diversity of thought encourages and
- Ensuring that advancement opportunities are readily available to all.
Diane Winston and her team were instrumental in helping to provide a framework and path forward for the CT Lottery Corporation’s supplier diversity program. They helped us adhere to a reasonable timeframe with concrete deliverables.
Before you launch your project, contact Winston Strategic Partners.