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.
The Executive Leadership Council has released the following statement today in support of the Asian American community on the rising cases of anti-Asian hate crimes.
New Issue Of The Executive Leadership Council Journal Features Research On Code-switching And Performative Allyship
Agility Required to Code-Switch May Serve Black Professionals with Skillset Valued in Modern C-Suite
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