HACR STRATEGIC PARTNERS
HACR has formed strategic alliances and partnerships with several influential and leading organizations in the U.S. who share the same commitment to advancing the inclusion of women and minorities in Corporate America.
These strategic alliances and partnerships allow the organizations to achieve greater success by leveraging resources, understanding each other’s best practices, and building trust at all levels of the organizations.
At HACR we understand that strategic alliances and partnerships are key to our success – no one organization can accomplish great success alone. As a coalition of organizations, it is in our DNA!
Important Features of Effective Alliances/Partnerships:
- Common interest and shared competencies and resources
- Explicit commitment or agreement on the part of its participants
- Great communication
- Mutual respect and trust
- Voluntary nature of the alliance/partnership
ALLIANCE FOR BOARD DIVERSITY
The Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility is one of the four leadership organizations that make up The Alliance for Board Diversity (ABD). The other three leadership organizations are Catalyst, The Executive Leadership Council, and Leadership Education for Asian Pacifics, Inc.
DiversifiedSearch, an executive search firm, is a founding partner of the alliance and serves as advisor and facilitator.
These groups share a common goal to enhance shareholder value by promoting inclusion of women and minorities on corporate boards.
HACR has formed media partnerships with some of the most influential Hispanic and mainstream publications that focus on diversity and Hispanic inclusion in Corporate America.
These media partners lead to a better understanding of the importance of having more Hispanics in boardrooms in Corporate America and C-Suites. They also provide HACR with a platform to showcase our program participants and highlight success stories that reinforce why Hispanic inclusion is good for shareholder value.
We encourage you to visit each of our media partners’ websites and see how each is working towards a more inclusive workforce by reading their featured stories and sharing with them your thoughts and ideas around Hispanic inclusion.