August 8, 2022
Adviser was a proud sponsor of the National Center for Race Amity (NCRA) art and music festival at Boston’s Faneuil Hall on July 30.
In addition to our sponsorship, Adviser embarked on a firm-wide challenge to cut out 1,000 paper hands for a unity mural featured at the event. We also participated in the event itself and assisted young attendees with a community art project representing racial and cultural unity.
“At Adviser, we try to work toward expanding diversity, equityThe amount of money that would be returned to shareholders if a company’s assets were sold off and all its debt repaid. and inclusion within our organization and industry,” said Head of Talent Acquisition and Career Development Laura Sweeney. “The NCRA art and music festival was a great opportunity to meet people, tell our story and see the beautiful faces of these kids who don’t see color.”
This was the latest event in the firm’s Inclusion, Diversity and EquityThe amount of money that would be returned to shareholders if a company’s assets were sold off and all its debt repaid. at Adviser (IDEA) initiative. The company’s IDEA Committee promotes these eponymous qualities within our company and our industry. With ongoing education, awareness, open dialogue and community outreach, the committee strives to uphold a safe and inclusive workplace, while fostering growth and advancing best business practices.
The NCRA was established in January 2010 in Boston, Massachusetts with a founding grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. The organization was built on the vision of “E Pluribus Unum,” out of many one. Its stated mission: “To influence the public discourse on race by acquainting the populace with the good in us released through cross-racial friendships—race amity.”
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