Everyone thrives in an inclusive environment. Inclusive environments need active Allies. These Allies are inclusive leaders who also serve as mentors and sponsors enabling companies to leverage vast reserves of latent potential. Together, we hold the power and key to stimulate positive change.
Prudential’s ERGs, ALPFA NJ, and other non-profit partner organizations have come together to deepen the conversations around allyship, particularly across races, to develop this virtual Allyship Summit and continue the conversation initiated on social media, the traditional media, and on the streets.
This Allyship Summit will provide managers a deeper understanding of the importance of Allyship and provide practical methods on how to be an active Ally. Through active Allyship and empathetic leadership, leaders will thrive by modeling inclusive behaviors within their team that fosters a culture where all colleagues can bring their authentic selves to work and are empowered to fully contribute to company success.
Join us for conversation and reflection on ways you can foster a thriving team environment through the practice of intentional inclusion.
3:00-3:15 PM - Opening Remarks from Linda Malave, Prudential
3:15-3:40 PM - Keynote on Allyship from Stephanie Creary, Ph.D., Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania
3:40-4:15 PM - Panel Discussion on Allyship moderated by Rob Barea, KPMG
Holly Moore, Prudential
Kimberly A Garcia, Prudential
Joseph C Flores (Joe), Prudential
Mary Ann Jackson, Prudential
4:15-4:45 PM - Breakout Workshops (Choose one)
1) "Empathetic leadership" facilitated by Rene Coronado, Prudential
2) “Allyship is a verb - Using privilege to elevate others” facilitated by Bindu Subramanian, Prudential
3) "Using ERGs to impact allyship within an organization" facilitated by Luis Rosado, ALPFA NJ and Rudy Favard, KPMG
4) "How the current events are impacting individuals and how are they now using their voices more than ever" facilitated by Jennifer Shagawat, Prudential
4:45-5:00 PM - Parting Thoughts from Fay Dunbar, Prudential