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The Importance of Workplace Age Equity across the Age Spectrum

Tuesday, February 8, 2022 to Tuesday, February 8, 2022
Webinar Hartford, CT, United States
Full Price: $25.00 (Login to see your member discount)

 

 

The CoreNet Connecticut, Mid Atlantic, New England and New York chapters present:

The Importance of workplace age equity across the age spectrum: why it should be included in DEI strategy

Webinar | February 8, 2022 | 12:00 pm - 1:15 pm 

The CoreNet Global Connecticut, Mid Atlantic, New England and New York Diversity, Equity and Inclusion committees invited Sheila Callaham to discuss the ageism situation and what age bias and age stereotypes look like in the workplace, particularly around implicit bias. Many companies have not thought about age discrimination as it is woven into the fabric of our societal framework. In this keynote, Sheila talks about the importance of age equity and how it impacts people of all ages across every dimension of diversity.

 

When we asked what company Sheila respected in the DEI space, she named CVS Caremark Corporation. Not only have they been advocates for age inclusion for more than a decade, their overall DEI program is top-notch. Following the keynote, Sheila will facilitate a question-and-answer panel discussion with the speakers to understand their extensive efforts around diversity and inclusion for their employees. 

 

Keynote Speaker

 

Sheila Callaham, Executive Director, Age Equity Alliance

 

Sheila Callaham is the Executive Director for Age Equity Alliance, a 501(c)(3) partnering with businesses, organizations, and communities to create workplace age equity across the age spectrum. She is a communications and DEI subject matter expert with experience across private and public sectors in the U.S., Europe, and the Middle East. Sheila believes employers who proactively build diverse, multigenerational teams are in the best position to succeed in the future of work.

Panelists


Leslie Reis, Lead Director, CVS Health, Workforce Initiative


As a Director for CVS Health since 2020, and with over 23 years with the organization, Leslie helps to fulfill the company purpose of “bringing our heart to every moment of your health” by attracting great people to CVS Health while developing strong loyalty with community partners, customers, clients and patients. She leads the development, implementation, and execution of the Workforce Initiatives strategy within the geographical area and major markets of accountability, which includes the Mid-West, Mid-Atlantic, Southern and South-Central parts of the United States.

 

Leslie, a Philadelphia native, wife and mother of two, received her B.S., in Business Management from Thomas Jefferson University, formerly known as Philadelphia University. She serves on several boards including the Burlington County Workforce Board, Pennsylvania Rehabilitation Association (PRA), AHEDD, which serves the community as a catalyst in the employment and development of people with disabilities, and the Network of Jewish Human Services Agencies (NJHSA).