Companies that understand how consumer values and talent attitudes are shifting will stay ahead of the curve in the market for both. Today, a company's commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion is a competitive advantage in attracting and retaining talent and, increasingly so, buyers and consumers. It will soon become a baseline expectation of what it means to be a trusted brand in a global market that has unprecedented visibility into how that brand behaves - where it sources its products, who it hires, and ultimately what it stands for. Join us for this Virtual Town Hall to learn about DEI initiatives supporting IFPA members' efforts to create an equitable, inclusive, and more vibrant industry for all.
Moderator: Doug Bohr, Chief Education & Programs Officer, IFPA
- Dr. Olga Bolden-Tiller, Dean - College of Agriculture, Environment and Nutrition Sciences, Tuskegee University
- Dennetta Bradford, Sr. Manager Private Brands in Product Development - Produce, Walmart
- Ebony Webber, MBA, Chief Operating Officer, MANRRS