On Wednesday, November 4th, 2020, INROADS will celebrate its 50th anniversary with a three-day virtual celebration, recognizing the company’s development of corporate community leaders nationwide. Beginning at 7 p.m. ET, the event will honor the manifestation of INROADS founder Frank C. Carr’s dream
Brian Williams, recently appointed to the INROADS, Inc. National Board of Directors, is Vice President, P&G Sam’s Club Team Leader in Fayetteville, AR, at Procter & Gamble (P&G). In this role, he leads the complete multifunctional Sam’s Club team from sales to finance to marketing and all aspects of P&G’s business with Sam’s Club. As a former INROADS intern who now has more than 20 years of experience, Williams brings a unique understanding to
INROADS, Inc. will host their Virtual INROADS Visiones event on Friday, September 18, 2020 at 12:00 p.m. EDT. The virtual event is a nationwide celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, featuring prominent Hispanic students and thought leaders of Hispanic/Latino heritage. The virtual event will take place at https://INROADS.brand.live/c/visiones-2020. “For 50 years, INROADS has been in the business of creating talented leadership and developing that leadership for Corporate America,” said Forest T. Harper Jr., president and CEO, INROADS, Inc. “Through Visiones and scholarships, we’re also able to contribute to closing the racial wealth gap in America. The opportunities we provide to diverse and underserved students can only be made possible with the generosity of those who also believe in the importance of corporate diversity and its impact on serving in the workforce and the community,” said Harper.
My heart is heavy as I witness the passing of an era. The passing of #RepJohnLewis and #CTVivian is marked with particular reflection, because it is their work that paved the way for INROADS’ mission. Their bravery stared injustice in the face. Their commitment allowed them to stay the course for generations – drafting legislation and mentoring other leaders to continue the fight. And, their love tempered us all – reminding us forever more that it is a more powerful weapon than hate. Even in this moment of sadness, I find solace knowing that I am able to peacefully sit in the shade of the large shadow of their legacies. I also find glory that the movement they started in places like the 1963 March on Washington gave vision to our founder, Frank Carr. Their shoulders allow us to continue the Mission of INROADS for years to come, and for this we are truly grateful.
L3Harris Technologies is making a commitment to future innovators, scientists and mathematicians by investing to identify and develop talent early. Aerospace and defense company L3Harris will invest $2 million to advance INROADS’ College Links. College Links is an innovative program that seeks to close the knowledge and skills gap that often plagues talented and underserved youth, particularly from racial minority communities. The company’s investment will be used to establish L3Harris College Links in Orlando, expand the program in Dallas and provide nationwide support.
Innovation is the lifeblood of energy and technology industries. Energy Impact Partners LP (EIP) — a global investment platform committed to leading the energy transformation — knows this well. Via a partnership with INROADS, Inc. — the world’s largest nonprofit organization committed to building sustainable career pathways for Black and underrepresented talent — EIP seeks to bolster industry innovation through increasing opportunities for individuals from underrepresented backgrounds.
La organización sin fines de lucro recibe inventivas oportunidades de la directora de Diversidad e Inclusión de Foley Hoag ST. LOUIS, MO, JUNIO 23, 2020 — INROADS, Inc., anuncia que Rosa Nunez, directora de Diversidad e Inclusión en Foley Hoag LLP, se integra a su consejo directivo nacional. Ella cuenta con más de 20 años de experiencia en el campo … Read More
INROADS, Inc. announces Rosa Nuñez, Director of Diversity and Inclusion at Foley Hoag LLP, as a part of its National Board of Directors. She has more than 20 years of experience in the field of diversity and inclusion (D&I) and plans to share her expertise with INROADS to increase its overall mission.
For 50 years, INROADS has delivered innovative programs and creative solutions that identify, accelerate and elevate the development of underrepresented
INROADS will be hosting its National Career Academy (NCA) training virtually from June 15-19, 2020 for black and minority students across the nation. The National Career Academy virtual training will bring together INROADS College Links high school scholars from Atlanta, Chicago, Cincinnati, Newark, New Jersey and Washington, D.C. These high school students will participate in a STEM workshop and receive professional development training.
These are urgent times. These are also despairing times. More than 40 million Americans are without jobs. More than 100,000 American families have loved ones who have died from the pandemic. Small businesses are being shuttered at an alarming rate. Even more important, the future of our college and high schools students is unstable. Our hearts go out to the Floyd family and Black communities who have experienced significant loss, and we stand shoulder-to-shoulder to impact these social injustices.