Building Talent Pipelines for Women of Color

Did you know only 7% of organizations have targeted efforts that focus on gender and race? Forward thinking organizations have an opportunity to be intentional in building the diversity pipeline by focusing on the intersectional experience. In this engaging program, Chelsea C. Williams, Founder & CEO of College Code, will support talent practitioners in building the talent pipeline for women of color through conscious candidate attraction, sourcing & selection.
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URx Conference 2021: Session

Did you know only 7% of organizations have targeted efforts that focus on gender and race? Forward thinking organizations have an opportunity to be intentional in building the diversity pipeline by focusing on the intersectional experience. In this engaging program, Chelsea C. Williams, Founder & CEO of College Code, will support talent practitioners in building the talent pipeline for women of color through conscious candidate attraction, sourcing & selection.”

About the Speaker

Chelsea C. Williams is deeply passionate about a more equitable & inclusive workplace. As a Workplace Strategist, International Speaker, and the Founder & CEO of College Code, Chelsea supports award-winning global and national organizations in ensuring that DE&I is a forethought, rather than an afterthought. She has passionately spoken on advancing DE&I in the workplace at PR Council, Scholastic, and Hearst Magazines. Chelsea is a national thought leader in supporting the next generation of workers. She frequently contributes to Forbes, The Muse, the go-to destination to research companies and careers, and The National Association of Colleges & Employers (NACE). Prior to founding College Code, Chelsea spent nearly 10 years on Wall Street managing & leading human capital across the United States, Europe, and Asia. Chelsea obtained her BA in Economics from Spelman College. She currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia.