August is Black Business month and P&G is proud to be working with Black-owned External Business Partners who share our commitment to Equality & Inclusion. Our suppliers are delivering on diversity by putting it at the forefront of their businesses. And together, we’re committed to creating change through more jobs, opportunities and business ventures.
Watch their stories to see how they’re cultivating more creativity, the best ideas, and innovative solutions by uplifting and supporting diverse communities.
TriVersity Construction – Growing Diverse Talent is Part of Their DNA
Watch how Melvin Gravely, CEO of the largest minority contractor in the history of Cincinnati - TriVersity Construction, believes it’s his duty to reinvest in the community to ensure diversity and equal opportunity. He currently sits on P&G’s Supplier Diversity Advisory Council.
RCF Group – Change Happens Through Diversity
Also on P&G’s Supplier Diversity Advisory Council, is RCF Group’s owner Carl Satterwhite. Learn why he is so passionate about the important role corporations play in developing diverse talent and leaders. Ultimately, he is proving the value of diversity and how better representation is helping get to better ideas and business innovations.
Harris & Ford - Supporting & Elevating Communities
Giving back is a core value for Harris & Ford. That’s exactly why this chemical supplier invests so significantly in the Indianapolis community. They even established and continue to fund an inner-city school while also helping communities around the world.
Diversified Chemical Technologies- Commitment to Generational Change
Listen to the genuine care and respect CEO George Hill has built into the DCTI family. He also works to put black leaders in the best position to succeed by developing comprehensive succession plans to ensure his people experience generational growth.
To learn more about P&G’s commitment to Equality and Inclusion, visit https://us.pg.com/equality-and-inclusion/.