What we do

Working to build an inclusive business leadership pipeline.

Our mission is to increase the number of successful black executives, domestically and internationally, by adding value to their development, leadership and philanthropic endeavors across the lifecycle of their careers.

For Executives For Mid-Level Managers For Students

Executive Leadership Council Statement on the Historic Appointment of Thasunda Brown Duckett as TIAA CEO

Executive Leadership Council Statement on the Historic Appointment of Thasunda Brown Duckett as TIAA CEO

The Executive Leadership Council Increases Educational Scholarships To $1 Million Dollars In Support Of Black College Students

The Executive Leadership Council Increases Educational Scholarships To $1 Million Dollars In Support Of Black College Students
Upcoming Events
Aug 4 - 25 / Virtual

2020 Leadership Development Weeks

Upcoming Events
Oct 14 - 15 / Virtual

26th Annual Mid-Level Managers’ Symposium

Upcoming Events
Oct 15 / Washington, DC

2020 ELC Recognition Gala

Testimonials

ELC Member Bernard J. Tyson
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The ELC is of tremendous value to present and future Black leaders who are making significant contributions to American and international business. We must continue to galvanize our power as ELC members to create a more level playing field for black leaders. Equally important is to increase the number of black CEOs and in the C-Suite and on boards of Fortune 500 companies.

ELC Member Bernard J. Tyson

(In Memoriam: 1959-2019)

ELC Member Angela Guy
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The ELC is an invaluable networking resource and support mechanism for today’s globally diverse leaders. By offering programs to support all levels of leadership development and engagement, the ELC is strengthening individual leaders, companies and communities."

ELC Member Angela Guy

Senior Vice President, Diversity and Inclusion, L'Oreal USA