The Buffalo Niagara Partnership’s Diversity & Inclusion Council is rolling out its work plan and implementing steps toward its initial goals and objectives. These include:
A consultant hired by Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown released his recommendations for ‘inclusionary zoning’ in Buffalo and says the city should consider a voluntary and subsidized package to offer developers.
It is an issue that is fast becoming a priority for businesses today. Creating and fostering diversity and inclusion in the workplace is not only the right thing to do, it is the smart thing to do for every type of company.
Achieving diversity in the workplace is a great challenge.
The collective momentum that is being felt throughout Buffalo Niagara is undeniable. The region is seeing new companies move into the area, village and urban centers revitalizing and historic buildings come back to life as places where people live, work and play.
Buffalo’s renaissance is here and real. The opportunity for us to thrive as a region of tomorrow depends upon our ability to create equity.