Diversity at CPG
“CPG is committed to creating an inclusive environment where everyone can grow and thrive. Diversity is about all of us and must include each of us. It just doesn’t happen, it’s a journey of continuous learning, experience and growth to which each of us must be committed to sharing and leveraging our differences."
Executive Vice President & Chief Administrative Officer
Diversity is woven into the fabric of our culture at the Church Pension Group. We demonstrate our commitment to diversity and community outreach in a variety of ways, including:
Jennifer D. Lewis, Assistant Vice President for Diversity and Development, works with managers and employees to develop, align, deliver, and assess organization-wide diversity programs which advance a culture of inclusion.
We value and appreciate the diversity of our employees and clients, and make every effort to recognize and celebrate our differences.
The Diversity Council, drawn from all of the CPG employees, is committed to enhancing CPG’s work environment by identifying diversity issues, engaging in support activities that celebrate our differences, and recommending changes to promote an inclusive environment.
Our recruiting efforts include partnerships that allow us to nurture relationships with future leaders. We currently maintain partnerships with:
- INROADS. We work with INROADS, the nation's largest non-profit source of paid internships for diverse, high-performing undergraduate students, to find diverse and qualified interns. Through our Summer Internship Program, students are offered the opportunity to work on challenging assignments that will develop their business knowledge, challenge their abilities, and strengthen their confidence. These internships often lead to full time positions.
- The National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA). We participate in the NBMBAA's College Awareness Symbolizes Hope (CASH), a mentoring program that aims to prove to high school students that college is a viable and necessary option.
- The Robert Toigo Foundation. We have partnered with the Robert Toigo Foundation in mentoring pre- and current MBA students, helping to develop and support the next generation of leadership within the finance industry.
- Minority Supplier Program. This company-wide initiative identifies opportunities for expanding our partnerships with companies owned by women and other under-represented groups. We encourage prospective suppliers to provide their certifying credentials to be considered for our Supplier Diversity Program. Download the Prospective Supplier Profile.
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