For more than two decades, Profiles in Diversity Journal has showcased and honored individuals who have blazed new trails, led the way, mentored others, advanced diversity and inclusion in the workplace and the community, and excelled in their chosen fields. In the upcoming third quarter issue of the magazine, PDJ will recognize Indigenous Leaders with our second-ever Native American Indigenous Leadership Awards.
Profiles in Diversity Journal is proud to honor these people who contribute to the success of your organization. We invite you to join us in this endeavor by nominating one or more members of your team who, through their advocacy, perseverance, legacy, or professional achievements, have triumphed over racism and bias to become Native American Indigenous Leadership.
Your nomination of one or multiple Native American Indigenous Leadership affords you an important opportunity to recognize and showcase the talents, ambition, and achievements of these exceptional people, while also voicing your support of a truly diverse and inclusive workplace.
Who Are these Outstanding Individuals?
Nominated by employers or colleagues, Native American Indigenous Leadership are confident, determined, high-performing, purpose-driven professionals who create value for their coworkers, customers, community, and of course, the organizations where they contribute their talents.
Throughout its history, Profiles in Diversity Journal has recognized thousands of men and women from around the world who are making a difference. The profiles that will appear in this important edition will recognize and celebrate our second group of Native American Indigenous Leadership awardees, and enhance the reputations of the organizations that encourage, empower, and support these trailblazing individuals.
Winners receive a full color custom designed page in the current issue of Profiles in Diversity Journal that includes their photo and personal essay. Each winner also receives a crystal award memento for their achievement.