Our Regional Diversity and Inclusion Councils are made up of representatives from all lines of business situated across 32 geographic locations. From a retail branch teller to a regional president, all council members have a voice. These councils work to generate revenue by attracting new customers, partnering with diverse suppliers, hiring diverse employees who reflect their respective markets and strengthening their relationships with communities.
Intentionally taking the extra steps to build new connections for our teams, our communities and our clients is what differentiates us as an organization.
James Hansen | Regional President (Eastern Carolinas) & Sponsor, Regional D&I Council
The Speaker Series allows us to discuss relevant issues and topics in a supportive and productive environment. It fosters conversations between our team members so that we gain new perspectives and knowledge, and offers us new ways to connect to the communities we serve.
Mic Conney | Cincinnati Regional D&I Council Co-Chair
The Toledo Diversity and Inclusion Council expanded its business with a host of credit unions, which serve diverse segments in their region.
Our council had a unique opportunity to serve our community by building relationships with the management and board members of local credit unions, and assist their members and low-income communities with products and services that are not normally offered.
Christine Walton | Regional D&I Council Market Liaison (Toledo, OH)
The PNC Military EBRG, along with the Pittsburgh Regional D&I Council and several community partners, collaborated on an inaugural dog walk – called the Mutt Strut – as a fundraiser to sponsor service dogs for Pittsburgh-area veterans through Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs. The event included a large dog parade with prizes for various categories.
There were more than 400 registrants, 24 sponsors, 15 vendors and 75 PNC employees who volunteered, and the EBRG met its ambitious goal of funding nine service dogs at a cost of $22,000 each.
I’m so proud to be part of the military community here at PNC. In my day job, as a veteran and as a member of a couple of boards for veteran-focused organizations, I’m honored I can say that my company gets it.
Chris Phillips | Marine Veteran, Military EBRG member
In support of the Regional Councils, the Diversity and Inclusion Partner Roundtable is a group of subject-matter experts from across PNC, each of whom has a specific diverse lens as part of their role at the bank, including multicultural marketing, women business development and diverse segments.
By sharing information on goals, objectives, resources and tools, the Roundtable leverages strategies and opportunities to support robust diversity initiatives and drive enhanced business results through a comprehensive, companywide diversity strategy.
across all lines of business, make up our regional diversity and inclusion councils
The Diversity & Inclusion Roundtable supports our regional councils.
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