I have always believed that diversity—in the mailroom all the way up to the boardroom—breeds innovation. And innovation, of course, is essential for any business that wants to stay in business. Why? Diversity is new ideas. Diversity is looking at challenges with a range of perspectives and experiences to apply to solutions. Diversity is not just the right way to conduct business successfully—it is the only way.
This year, the Emma Bowen Foundation celebrates 30 years of building diverse media and technology companies by ensuring that more people of color are hired, retained and advanced to decision-making positions to influence the way media is expressed and business is conducted. For the last three decades, the foundation has operated with the belief that to fully impact the industry, we need to reach all essential functions and operations.
The Emma Bowen Foundation AMP Network is an exclusive network of skilled diverse professionals of color across the country in media, entertainment, and technology. AMP’s ultimate goal is to provide members with ongoing access to exciting job opportunities through various channels, including in-person events, webinars, exclusive job mailings, and more. AMP is open to Emma Bowen alumni and experienced media, entertainment, and technology professionals.
The Who You Know Networking Mixer will provide the opportunity for professionals to network, meet rising diverse talent, and explore career prospects while making valuable connections in the industry.
Come meet us if you are a college student in the area! Join the Emma Bowen Foundation in Partnership with the Auraria Higher Education Diversity Summit (HEDS) for a fast-paced roundtable discussion on internship opportunities in the areas of media, entertainment, and technology.
On December 8th, Emma Bowen Foundation President CEO Rashaan Harris, PhD rang the closing bell at Nasdaq. See below for videos of the event.