Equity in Action
Galloway, N.J.- The Stockton Women’s Leadership Council (SWLC), Meet AC and National Hispanic Corporate Council (NHCC) will host workshops and panels to discuss issues impacting Hispanic stakeholders on Friday, Oct. 21 at Stockton University’s John F. Scarpa Academic Center in Atlantic City.
The event, Equity In Action – Maximizing the “Four C’s,” will cover educational topics that focus on culture, careers, commerce and community
relations. The event will begin at 8:30 a.m. in the Fannie Lou Hamer Event Room. In addition to networking and workshops, Eduardo Arabu, the executive director of
the NHCC, will have a keynote address.
Business and community leaders will hear about trends and social-economic policies and learn more about cultural competency and ways to re-invest in communities where associates and consumers live.
“The SWLC is thrilled to continue its partnership with Meet AC and share the ongoing commitment of inclusion for everyone’s voice,” said Donna Albano, SWLC’s event coordinator and chair of the Hospitality, Tourism & Event Management program at Stockton. “It’s paramount to engage our community and continue to have events and discussions that focus on important issues and topics.”
“Our strategic partnership with Stockton University continues to evolve through highlighting the destination’s DEI (diversity, equity and inclusion) efforts by offering continuing and experiential education for groups meeting in Atlantic City,” said Howard Munves, Meet AC’s DC national sales manager. “Last year, we spotlighted a diverse group of women leaders in Atlantic City, and this year, we look forward to showcasing Latino leaders in Atlantic City. Without the support of the local community, this program would not be as successful as it has been.”
The SWLC is a program that provides mentoring opportunities for Stockton students and alumnae, personal and professional enrichment opportunities for women in the South Jersey region and creates a culture of philanthropy.
Meet AC, Atlantic City’s destination management organization, is a nonprofit sales organization whose mission is convention development. Meet AC creates visitor spending and economic impact through the bookings of meetings and conventions in Atlantic City.
The National Hispanic Corporate Council (NHCC) is a nonprofit organization working with corporate America since 1985 to provide its member companies with a multi‐layered approach and resources to effectively maximize the diversity of the Hispanic market. The National Hispanic Corporate Council is a collaborative community for Fortune 1000 members that provides access to Hispanic talent and consumer resources, to optimize corporate performance.