Shamina Singh, founder and president of Mastercard’s Center for Inclusive Growth and Maneesh Goyal, founder & partner at SONA & SONA Home, brought together 200+ Desi/South Asian and LGBTQ+ leaders and allies for a celebration of the passage of the Respect for Marriage Act and to uplift LGBTQ+ role models in the South Asian community.
Bank of America is committed to supporting AAPI communities through cultural heritage programs, community involvement, and creating opportunities for professional development.
As an AAPI Giving Challenge Partner, Mastercard is committed to supporting AAPIs by lifting up AAPI small businesses to advance sustainable change in historically marginalized communities.
Procter & Gamble brings representative and equitable storytelling to embrace the AAPI experience and bring communities together. As part of their ongoing advocacy for equality and inclusion, they are taking meaningful action to elevate their partners, providing much needed support.
KKR is committed to supporting AAPI communities by fostering an inclusive work environment, supporting AAPI nonprofits, and sharing resources to benefit the community during COVID and beyond.
McKinsey's award-winning Connected Leaders Academy is a key launching ground for many decision makers in corporate America. In 2021, McKinsey launched their Asian Leaders Academy to address the lack of AAPI representation in the highest tiers of American industry. To date, more than 15,000 + Asian Leaders have enrolled in the Asian Leaders Academy, with ~3,400 Leaders graduating so far. 30+ corporate partners from the AAPI Giving Challenge have participated in the program.