Mosaic is the Tulsa Regional Chamber’s diversity business council. The primary focus of Mosaic is to create awareness about the competitive advantage of having a diverse and inclusive business climate in our region.

Mosaic seeks to leverage the region’s diversity to improve perceptions of our community and grow the economy. Ultimately, Mosaic wishes to catapult the Tulsa region into the forefront of diversity and inclusion through talent recruitment initiatives and business retention and expansion efforts.

Mosaic will educate, lead and influence businesses on creating diverse and inclusive workforce cultures to enhance their competitive advantage.

Mosaic will catapult Tulsa
into the forefront of diversity
and inclusion leadership.
mosaic
VISION
GENDER-DIVERSE
companies are 15% more likely to
outperform their peers
Mosaic will catapult Tulsa
into the forefront of diversity
and inclusion leadership.
mosaic
VISION
GENDER-DIVERSE
companies are 15% more likely to
outperform their peers

BUILD YOUR BUSINESS CASE

Employees that feel included and think their organization is committed to and supportive of diversity, report an uplift in innovation,
responsiveness to customers and team collaboration. [Deloitte Austrailia, "Victorian Equal Opportunity & Human Rights Commission"]

RESOURCES

Want to incorporate inclusion and diversity into your organization’s strategic initiatives, or learn more
about the ROI of intentional inclusivity? Check out these resources:

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Oklahoma Historical Society’s Exhibit: African American history and All Black Towns will be on display at TPS Education Service Center in the Selman Room from February 22nd to 28th hours M-F 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

    Wed, Feb 22nd — Tue, Feb 28th

The Oklahoma Historical Society’s African American History and all Black Towns Exhibit will be available for Tulsa Public Schools students and the community from February 22nd to February 28th. This e…Read more

SPONSORS

Bank of Oklahoma | Cox Communications | Hall Estill | Ihloff Salon & Day Spa | Oklahomans for Equality | Public Service Company of Oklahoma | T.D. Williamson | The Tulsa Voice | The University of Oklahoma-Tulsa | Williams | WPX Energy Company