Nashville Cable recognizes local individual and organizations for diversity and inclusion efforts
Each year, Cable holds the Power of Inclusion (POI) Awards to recognize Nashville individuals, businesses and nonprofit organizations that champion diversity and develop innovative methods to enhance inclusion.
At the 12th Annual Power of Inclusion Luncheon, Kasar Abdullah delivered a moving and thought-provoking talk on becoming global citizens and the importance of inclusion before the POI winners were announced. Pathway WBC received the 2017 Power of Inclusion Non-Profit Award.
“Inclusion is a huge part of our brand,” said Amy Bunton, President of Pathway WBC. “We intentionally seek out diverse businesses and mindsets, and look to empower people through the platform of entrepreneurship. This is reflected not only in our staff and partners, but also in our clients and in our programming.”
“Looking at the list of nominees and past winners, we are humbled to be in such impressive company,” said Leslie Hayes, Director for Pathway WBC. “Our partners, investors and even clients are among the slate of nominees and winners. The momentum for inclusion in Nashville is powerful, and we are proud to work with organizations like First Tennessee, Bank of America, Interfaith Dental, Biscuit Love, Girls to the Moon, SKANSKA, Alliance Synergy, MNAA and countless others to move our community in the right direction.”
Pathway WBC was nominated by Mila Grigg, CEO of MODA Image and Brand Consulting, in the nonprofit category:
“Pathway is the best kept secret in Nashville,” said Mila Grigg. “I am thrilled to see them recognized for the work they are doing for entrepreneurs from all walks of life and stages of business.”
Heartfelt congratulations to all the nominees and winners! See more photos from the event right here on the Pathway WBC Facebook page.