Savoy Magazine’s Summer 2015 issue focuses on the corporations and executives that are leading diversity and inclusion across influential brands and companies. Tavis Smiley, radio and television host and author is featured on the cover with an exclusive interview detailing J.J. Abrams adapting his book on Dr. Martin L. King, Jr. into a mini-series television event.
With the release of their Summer Issue, Savoy magazine focuses on Corporate Diversity Matters, a special feature that showcases the nation’s leading executives responsible for diversity & inclusion. As the nation’s workforce becomes more diverse, select corporations are advancing progress significantly with their commitment.
“We’re proud to showcase the corporations that are leading the way in Diversity & Inclusion through their leadership,” said L.P. Green, II, publisher of Savoy Magazine. “As the workforce continues to grow more diverse, it’s critical that leading corporations cultivate and maintain a culture of inclusiveness. We’re proud to showcase the leadership of these leading companies in the latest issue of Savoy.”
Corporations recognized for in the Savoy Corporate Diversity Matters feature include:
Inge Thulin, Chief Executive Officer; Rhonda Graves Chief Diversity Officer
U.S. Air Force
Gen. Mark A. Welsh III, Chief of Staff; Chevalier “Chevy” Cleaves, Director, Diversity & Inclusion; Deborah Lee James, Secretary
Greg Case, President and CEO; Leonard McLauglin, President, Aon Cornerstone Innovative Solutions
Eric J. Foss, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer; Ash Hanson, Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer
Randall Stephenson, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer; Cynthia Marshall, Senior Vice President-Human Resources and Chief Diversity Officer
Peter Grauer, Chairman; Erika Irish Brown, Global Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer
Paul Varga, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer; Ralph de Chabert, Senior Vice President-Chief Diversity Officer
David Cordani, President and Chief Executive Officer; Rosanna Durruthy, Chief