Asian American & Pacific
Islander Heritage

PNC celebrates the culture, traditions, and history of Asian American and Pacific Islanders in the United States. We honor the cultural history and appreciate the contributions made by the communities, both locally and all across America.

 

Message from PNC Leadership

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As executive chair of the Asian American Pacific Islander Employee Business Resource Group (AAPI EBRG), it's a privilege to help drive PNC's Diversity and Inclusion objectives and support AAPI employees through our mentorship program, networking opportunities, and various engagements, and to promote cultural awareness through programs and materials that celebrate food, festivals, and customs. We're intentionally inclusive and collaborate with other EBRGs to accelerate PNC's commitment to diversity in the workplace, marketplace, and community.
—Viju Verghis, AAPI EBRG Executive Chair


At PNC, we recognize that our differences make us stronger, that the history and heritage of our employees, customers and communities collectively build a full and rich environment. We are steadfastly committed to the full inclusivity of all people and we embrace diversity and inclusion not just as core values, but as a business imperative. Taking time to reflect on and celebrate the diversity within PNC and our communities makes us a better employer, a better neighbor and a better company.
—Gina Coleman, PNC Chief Diversity Officer

Celebrate Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month

 

Celebrating all that you bring to our neighborhoods.

This Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage month, we honor your contributions to our communities. Whether it's the pioneers of small business, champions for education, trailblazers in the arts, or our trusted friends and leaders - now and all year round, we appreciate you.

 

Webcast

Brave, Not Perfect with Reshma Saujani

Join PNC Diversity & Inclusion for an Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month event featuring Reshma Saujani, founder of Girls Who Code and the Marshall Plan for Moms. Hear about Reshma’s inspiring career changes and obstacles that have shaped her into who she is today and what she is aspiring to cause.

Date: Wednesday May 18 1-2 PM ET

To take advantage of these webcasts, you will need internet access.

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