Results tagged as "diversity"

  • Owning Your Success at Citi

    By Stephen Bird, CEO, Global Consumer Banking, and Mark Mason, CFO, Institutional Clients Group October 22, 2018 10:00 AM

    While efforts to increase diversity often focus on recruiting, at Citi we’re just as focused on promoting and developing existing talent within our firm. We’ve heard firsthand from colleagues about the importance of seeing yourself in management and leadership, and as co-heads of Citi’s Black Heritage Affinity, we’re intensely focused on promoting and developing our existing Black talent.

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  • Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month

    October 15, 2018 10:00 AM

    As Hispanic Heritage Month comes to a close, we caught up with Mary McNiff, Citi’s Chief Auditor, and Anita Romero, General Counsel for Citi’s Global Consumer Bank and Citibank N.A., for an inside look at their new roles as affinity Co-leads and how the Hispanic/Latino affinity group at Citi recognized and celebrated the month.

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  • “… That Never Occurred to Me”

    By Jennifer Lowney, Head of Corporate Communications, Citi October 05, 2018 01:00 PM

    As a person who drinks a large iced tea every morning, I’ve been very attuned to the recent campaign against straws. I want to do my part to protect the environment, but I like using straws.

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  • Three Days of Inspiration at the Grace Hopper Celebration

    By Yasaman Hadjibashi, Head of Data and Analytics, Citi Global Consumer Bank October 03, 2018 11:00 AM

    Citi’s investment at GHC demonstrates our focus and commitment to diversity and advancing careers for women in technology. This is core to our firm’s values as it helps us fuel innovation while strengthening important networks and relationships.

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  • Career Advice from Citi Board Members Peter Blair Henry and Deborah Wright

    September 05, 2018 04:00 PM

    Citi congratulates Deborah C. Wright and Peter Blair Henry, two members of its Board of Directors, on being named to the 2018 Black Enterprise Exclusive Registry of African American Corporate Directors. Below they share career advice and thoughts about leadership with Mark Mason, Chief Financial Officer for Citi’s Institutional Clients Group.

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  • A Pathway to Home - And Hope - For Our Nation’s LGBT Elders

    By Kelly Kent, Director of the SAGE’s National LGBT Elder Housing Initiative June 27, 2018 10:00 AM

    SAGE is transforming the national landscape of the LGBT aging population and affecting real change in the affordable housing sector for LGBT Americans across the country. As we expand our National LGBT Elder Housing Initiative, Citi Community Development has been a catalytic partner in this effort, which aims to create more LGBT-friendly elder housing options in communities across the country through capacity building, consumer education, advocacy, training and the construction of more LGBT-welcoming housing.

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  • Diversity at Citi: LGBT Pride Month 2018

    By Jamie Forese, President, Citi and Head of ICG and Bob Annibale, Global Director of Citi Inclusive Finance and Community Development, Co-leads of the Citi Pride Affinity June 13, 2018 01:30 PM

    In June, we recognize LGBT Pride Month in many countries. As the co-leaders of the Pride Affinity, we are committed to promote awareness and campaign for the civil rights that have yet to come for the LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender) community. With 25 Pride Network chapters around the world, we have thousands of dedicated employees who are passionate about making Citi an employer of choice for the LGBT community.

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  • Citi Leaders Recognized on 2018 EMpower Ethnic Minority Role Model Lists

    By Terry Hogan, Global Head of Diversity and Managing Director, Talent Management May 31, 2018 03:00 AM

    On behalf of our Citi colleagues around the world, it’s my pleasure to share that four Citi leaders have been named to the EMpower Ethnic Minority Role Models 2018. We’re proud to have Citi representatives on the 100 Ethnic Minority Executives, 50 Ethnic Minority Future Leaders and 15 Advocates lists.

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  • Recognizing International Women’s Day and a Call for Active Participation to Enable Continued Progress for Women

    By Tracey Warson, Head of Citi Private Bank North America and Jim Cowles, Chief Executive Officer, Europe Middle East & Africa, Co-chairs of the Citi Women Affinity Steering Committee March 08, 2018 02:00 AM

    ​This year’s official International Women’s Day theme – Press for Progress – reminds us that while as a company and a society we have made great advances, there’s still much more we need to do. On International Women’s Day we celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women, and continue to advance global efforts to accelerate gender parity. While we are excited by the many celebrations of diversity and inclusion taking place in many countries, we also recognize the more active role we still have to play in enabling progress for women worldwide.

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  • Talking Diversity with Citi Leadership: Recognizing Black History Month and Supporting our Black Heritage Affinity

    By Stephen Bird, CEO, Global Consumer Banking and Mark Mason, CFO, Institutional Clients Group February 26, 2018 01:30 PM

    Stephen Bird and Mark Mason are co-leads of Citi’s Black Heritage Affinity. Here they share their thoughts around Black History Month in the U.S. and our support for our Black colleagues across the globe.

    February is Black History Month in the U.S. It is a time to celebrate the achievements of Black Americans and recognize the important and defining role they have played and continue to play in shaping the history of the United States. As co-leads of Citi’s Black Heritage Affinity, this month is important to us and to the members of our 10 U.S.-based Black Heritage Network chapters for many reasons. First, it gives us an opportunity to more fully understand and appreciate the role that Black Americans occupy in our national past and present, which in turn enables us to work toward creating a more inclusive future. This is a celebration but also a reflection, which provides us all with a pointed opening to ask the difficult questions of ourselves and to have the sometimes uncomfortable conversations necessary to help us promote progress.

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