Join the YALI Network for a virtual discussion that will provide practical recommendations for improving your job candidacy, best practices for organizations and managers to recruit candidates, and highlight ways employees and employers can develop and maintain a diverse, equitable, inclusive and accessible workplace. Our panel of human resource experts will answer questions from Network members and preview the new YALI Network online course.
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Cheryl Green Rosario has more than 25 years of experience working in corporate social responsibility (CSR) and diversity equity and inclusion (DEI). As a consultant, she offers training and strategy on community engagement, DEI, disability awareness and social impact. Rosario currently oversees these areas in the insurance industry and previously led CSR and DEI programs for companies in the financial and hospitality industry.
Kimberly Williams is a vice president of HR at Walker Advertising, a firm specializing in Latino legal representation. Williams is responsible for all aspects of the company’s HR processes including workforce planning, recruitment and retention, diversity initiatives, and employee empowerment. Williams can also talk about leadership development and strategies for attracting top talent to organizations. She was previously the HR director for Solano and Mariposa counties in California and began her HR career at the Department of State where she received numerous awards for her work in diversity and inclusion.
T’Errance Favors joined the Department of State in 2009 after graduating from the Master of International Affairs program at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs. Prior to joining the Bureau of African Affairs’ Office of Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs, T’Errance served as a special assistant in the Office of the Under Secretary for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs where he was the liaison to the Bureaus of Educational and Cultural Affairs, African Affairs, Western Hemisphere Affairs, and the Department’s Management Family of bureaus. As an economic officer at U.S. Consulate General Dubai from 2014-2017, T’Errance worked on issues including sanctions, trade, energy, Expo 2020 Dubai, and entrepreneurship. At U.S. Embassy Amman, he worked on cultural and educational programs largely focused on youth empowerment, refugee issues, and entrepreneurship from 2014-2017 after participating in the Department’s in-country Arabic language training program. T’Errance has also served at U.S. embassies in Riyadh and Lima. He previously taught high school Spanish in his home state of Colorado after graduating from Colorado State University.