BRIDGE is a purpose-driven community, biased to action focused on the workplace, workforce, and marketplace.
The BRIDGE mission is to create a cultural shift in companies where DEI principles flow through all facets of an organization, from the C-Suite and marketing through product development, procurement and customer service.
With the variety of programs that BRIDGE offers including proprietary research, storytelling workshops, events and more, we identify and dismantle the structures in place that currently contribute to the gap in belonging, representation, inclusion, diversity and equity (BRIDGE is an acronym for these).
Our long term goal, with the help of our founding board members composed of DEI and business leaders, is to create a comprehensive BRIDGE agenda for all companies and to subsequently certify against its implementation and measure its impact.Learn More & Contact Us
Thank you to our Advisory Board
With the racial reckoning of last year, a month feels like a year. I have no - choice but to be passionate about D,E&I and having an organization that can support D,E&I leaders is incredibly important.
We want to teach to the world we want not to the world we have - one of equity and racial justice and opportunity.
I show up as an ally and what we do is going to define this century of how we look very differently 50 years from now.
As a mother of two black girls, I want them to be free. This challenge we are facing in the world is everyone’s problem and am excited to see a group of people who are not just black and brown people. We didn’t create the constructs that we have inherited so it takes a village - moving things forward really rests with CEO, CROs, CMOs, CFOs need to ultimately participate in driving change.
I saw this as a group that would take a different approach and peel back the layers and drive the type of change that will make a difference - need a different approach and this group will go there.
I see the power of what Georgia has done over the past few years, I feel like it’s my duty to be a change-maker. My hope is that we can influence future board rooms and ultimately inspire the next generation of more equal talent across the country and the world.