Reach: Championing People with Disabilities
Founded in 2007, REACH delivers programming that builds leadership competencies and increases opportunities for personal, professional, company and community success and impact for employees impacted by disabilities and their supporters. REACH seeks to create an environment that empowers people impacted by disabilities to reach their full potential and positively affect our markets and communities. By implementing workshops and guest speakers focused on topics relevant to those with disabilities, or parents or caretakers of those with disabilities, REACH plays a central role in facilitating progress through sharing information and tools. REACH partners with organizations such as YAI and Disability:IN to conduct professional development sessions, discover best practices and provide resources on how to serve disabled employees and communities.
Partners with organizations such as Prospanica and Proud to Be Latina on mutually beneficial talent sourcing and professional development opportunities.
Partners with Community Business to host our Cultural Acumen series: Asia-Pacific country overviews discussing local market trends, cultural dynamics, and best ways to build inclusion in the workplace.
Offers the Breakfast with BOLD and Leader of Color series, designed to provide members with access to the firm’s leadership team to help create a platform for networking, sharing of knowledge and the creation of opportunities.
Features the Connections Program, which pairs working parents at S&P Global with each other for sharing of advice, experiences and lessons learned from being a parent while managing a successful career.
Sponsors Pink Dot Hong Kong, an all-inclusive event advocating for diversity and love equality.
Partners with American Corporate Partners (ACP) to host an event for military service members on transitioning their careers from the military to the corporate world.
Accelerate personal and professional growth by empowering women to be the best version of themselves.
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