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Building a More Civil & Just Society: Session L: Upskilling, Hiring and Promoting 1 Million Black Americans into Family-Sustaining Careers. 30 Mins

4 March, 2021

Racial equality continues to be an elusive goal for our country. OneTen is a coalition bringing together business leaders committed to upskilling, hiring, and promoting one million Black Americans over the next 10 years into family-sustaining jobs with opportunities for advancement. Hear from OneTen’s just-named CEO Maurice Jones and Co-founder of OneTen Ken Chenault on how OneTen is connecting employers with talent partners, leading non-profits, and other skill-credentialing organizations to create more equitable and inclusive workforces and reach our full potential as a nation of united citizens. 

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Ronald A. Williams

Ronald A. Williams
Chairman and CEO
RW2 Enterprises, LLC

A veteran business leader and an expert in value creation, Ronald A. Williams is chairman and ceo of RW2 Enterprises, LLC. He is active in private equity and serves as a director on several corporate, public sector and non-profit boards. The former chairman and CEO of health insurance giant ...Full Bio

Maurice A. Jones

Maurice A. Jones
President and CEO
LISC

With deep experience in both the public and private sectors, Maurice Jones took the helm as LISC's fourth president & CEO in September 2016. Immediately prior to joining LISC, he served as the secretary of commerce for the Commonwealth of Virginia, where he managed 13 state agencies focused o...Full Bio

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