Updated: Mar 23
On January 15, at the Stanley Black & Decker, Inc. (SBD) annual management meeting in Key Biscayne, FL, our board member, Ken Tsui, spoke about the benefits of Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) with four of his colleagues on an employee resource group (ERG) panel in front of more than 250 SBD leaders.
Ken was one of several representatives from Towson, SBD’s epicenter for ERG and D&I practices. It was clear that executives find these topics extremely important based on the time and recognition given to D&I throughout the two-day event.
Additionally, Ken co-chairs the first Asian Heritage Network (AHN) at SBD. In less than one year of existence it has successfully hosted two cultural events, initiated a monthly Asian cuisine cooked by the company cafeteria, and has placed his co-chair on the board of the Towson Asian Arts & Culture Center, a non-profit that engages Towson University and surrounding communities in cross-cultural dialogue through a broad range of artistic and cultural experiences related to Asia.
The AHN hosted a Diwali event which saw committee members extremely proud to share the reasons the Indian festival of lights and New Year is special to them. Also, the team was able to share the Towson celebration on its company workplace social network with the team in Bangalore, India and vice versa. It created a stronger sense of community and family within the company between two locations.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Baltimore are proud to call Ken Tsui a mentor, board member, and friend!
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