Tuesday, June 1, 1999

AllBusiness.com, 6/1/1999 (Ann Robinson)

Linking diversity initiatives: a high-tech network in Seattle is causing a positive chain. "I think employers are comparing notes during the meetings, but it's happening on a very informal level," says Ann Robinson, an organizational advisor, people focus team for the computing and network operations of The Boeing Co. "It's not the main reason employers choose to get involved with the PTDN, but when you get several HR professionals together, they're bound to start talking about their work." Robinson also serves as a volunteer leader of the Seattle Chapter of the Black Data Processing Associates (BDPA) and says the different professional organizations have benefited from the PTDN in several different ways.

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