The Executive Leadership Council is proud to partner with the Asian American Business Development Center (AABDC) and Leadership Education for Asian Pacifics (LEAP), as we continue to strengthen our partnerships with business organizations committed to the empowerment of people of color at all levels of corporate America -- especially as we continue to see violence and hate lodged against the Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) community.
Black Enterprise And Executive Leadership Council Partner To Present Town Hall Series Examining Economic Equity And Racial Justice Issues
First Event Examines Corporate Accountability Through A Black Business Lens One Year After George Floyd’s Murder
The Executive Leadership Council (ELC) believes the right to vote is a fundamental tenet of our democracy. To that end, The ELC denounces any form of voter suppression and will stand against any attempt to limit the right of voters to cast their ballots or participate in the voting process.
Executive Leadership Council Statement on the Historic Appointment of Thasunda Brown Duckett as TIAA CEO
Leading Organization Advocating for Opportunities for Black Executives Congratulates Duckett as the Third Black Woman CEO in the History of the Fortune 500
The Executive Leadership Council Increases Educational Scholarships To $1 Million Dollars In Support Of Black College Students
The ELC provides scholarships from $7,000 to $20,000 per year; applications now open