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Striving for diversity in communications industry — Local NAMIC advances national agenda



By Charles Hallman 

Staff Writer


The National Association for Multi-Ethnicity in Communications (NAMIC) was founded in 1980. As its mission, NAMIC “educates, advocates and empowers” for diversity in the communications industry. The group also helps develop the skills of Blacks and other persons of color in such areas as mentoring and leadership, as well as maintaining an online job bank to create “a pipeline of diverse talent” for the industry. Diversity is also the main focus for the local NAMIC Minnesota chapter, says Comcast Regional Sales Manager Tommy McNeal. “I think it is important to bring like-type businesses in the communications industry to events like this,” he told the MSR prior to his group’s June 4 leadership forum and dinner in St. Continue Reading →

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