Southport, CT, June 17, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- DiversityBusiness announced its call for 2012 nominations for "Champions of Diversity" award. This distinguished group of individuals is recognized for their outstanding achievements in various diversity initiatives.
The list includes such names as former U.S. presidents Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter who, collectively, have been champions of inclusion for many decades. Other distinguished honorees included Oprah Winfrey.
"The List represent individuals who have demonstrated a commitment to solutions in diversity issues on a global and "national" scale. The honorees have made a significant impact on diversity issues in education, procurement, housing and employment. These unsung champions have not waved a diversity flag but rather have quietly made a difference in the lives of people by positively impacting their lives, and improving the economic conditions for their families and communities.
"I am extremely excited about the honoree list," said Kenton Clarke, CEO of DiversityBusiness. "This recognition brings attention to comprehensible results provided by many different people representing all sectors of diversity, who can quantify success made by their efforts."
The 2012 nomination application can be found online at: diversitybusiness.com/NominationFormChampions
Nominations are due: November 30, 2011
Winners will be honored at their Awards Ceremony.
"America should be proud of the results produced by the 'Champions of Diversity' and others," says Mr. Clarke. "They are most deserving of this recognition and they continue to make our country the greatest place on earth to live."