LEARN, GIVE, DO…
Through this three-step filter, we work to increase inclusion, diversity, equity, belonging, and understanding as an integral part of our culture and business.
Why create a Women’s Business Resource Group?
We believe that when groups of people are more diverse, they can be more innovative, and they’re more likely to develop unique approaches, questions and ideas. Our WBRG members have a voice which influences collaboration and growth and unlocks opportunities for acquiring and retaining business.
What do we want to achieve?
- A diverse, inclusive workplace
- Development of future women leaders
- Increased employee engagement
- Expanded marketplace reach
How are we doing it?
M3’s WBRG goals are realized in part through the work of three distinct committees: Commerce, Community and Career. By focusing on where these committees can have real impact – with our teams, communities, industry partners and clients – we are confident we can drive real change.
Inclusion & Diversity Thought Leaders and Partners
As a female in the technology industry, my own experience fuels the passion I bring to M3’s Inclusion & Diversity committee. I’m proud of our efforts to foster belonging, value, and respect. This work doesn’t stop within our walls – so it’s important that we also share our journey externally.— Kacie Conroy,
Director of Information Technology
This work often isn’t about fixing something for someone else but about looking inward, learning areas for self-improvement, and getting comfortable with vulnerability and humility. Our efforts at M3 inspire change one person at a time, empowering them to take intentional action.— Danae Dorsey,
Inclusion & diversity is important to me in many ways, both personally and professionally. M3’s efforts in this area are especially impactful for our education & government practice group. Our students need to see diversity in their communities and in business to know that there are others like them who are successful, happy, and productive – and that they are wholly accepted for who they are.— Marty Malloy,
Director of Education & Government Practice, Partner