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News: Chemonics’ President and CEO Susanna Mudge Joins Women Leaders on Panel at Global Women’s Summit


October 18, 2019
2 Minute Read
Chemonics’ president and CEO Susanna Mudge participated in Foreign Policy’s inaugural global women’s summit, which highlighted women as positive change agents.
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Out and About: How to Create Responsive Security Resources for LGBTQ+ Travelers

Poulami Banerji | Adrián González | Christina Johnson
October 14, 2019
4 Minute Read
LGBTQ+ employee resource groups should collaborate with company security teams to minimize risk for traveling LGBTQ+ staff.

The Problem with the Phrase ‘And Other Vulnerable Groups’

Shauna Caria | Anne Hayes
October 1, 2019
< 1 Minute Read
Why is the phrase "and other vulnerable groups" so problematic? Chemonics' Shauna Caria and Inclusive Development Partners' Anne Hayes offer some key recommendations for both donors and implementing partners to ensure greater inclusion in our development programs.

News: Chemonics Announces New Corporate Diversity and Inclusion Director Albert E. Smith Jr.


September 23, 2019
2 Minute Read
Chemonics welcomes Albert E. Smith Jr. as its new director of corporate diversity and inclusion to oversee the ongoing planning and execution of the company’s strategy for and commitment to diversity and inclusion.

Beginning the D&I Journey: 5 Questions to Ask

Francesca Molinaro
May 13, 2019
5 Minute Read
While there is no one-size-fits-all approach to implementing diversity and inclusion programs, these five guiding questions can help your organization get started.

Collaboration for Disability-Inclusive Health Care: Now’s Our Moment

Andrew Tuttle
May 9, 2019
4 Minute Read
Andrew Tuttle argues that the time is ripe for the development and health sectors in the United Kingdom — and beyond — to partner to advance disability-inclusive health care across the globe.

Disability Measurement Challenges: Not an Excuse to Delay Inclusive Education

Paige Morency Notario
April 11, 2019
5 Minute Read
As development professionals, we often get waylaid by measurement challenges in our pursuit of disability-inclusive education. Paige Morency Notario reminds us that when it comes to meeting students’ needs, it’s better to start somewhere than not to start at all.