Mosaic will educate, lead and influence businesses on creating diverse and inclusive workforce cultures to enhance their competitive advantage.
Interim Executive Director
2015 Survey Summary
Mosaic will catapult Tulsa into the forefront of diversity & inclusion leadership.
5 Key Pillars
Mosaic’s five key metrics mirror best practices adopted by programs across the country. These pillars provide the foundation for Mosaic’s work.
Visual and vocal commitment to diversity and inclusion work
Written diversity supplier statement, policies and procedures
Recruit, train, develop, support and promote diverse candidates and employees
Supports and creates equity for full employment base around race, religion, sexual orientation, etc.
Publicly supports diverse groups, organizations and programs in their community
Economic Inclusion Forum
Our annual symposium on creating inclusive workplace cultures
Diversity Awareness Month
Annual celebration of Northeast Oklahoma’s diverse cultural assets
New member orientation
Quarterly introduction to Mosaic’s values and programming
Lunch & Learn
Informative sessions covering a range of D&I-related topics
“Safe space” for senior executives to work through corporate diversity strategies
Quarterly networking events
Opportunities for Mosaic members to interact after hours
Networking opportunities specifically for D&I professionals
Honest discussions about current affairs and their impact on regional inclusivity
Ihloff Salon & Day Spa
Business Services – Mercedes Millberry Fowler, Blue Cross Blue Shield
Communications – Rodrigo Rojas, Teach For America
Legislative – Kurt Gwartney, Phillips Theological Seminary
Membership – Monica Martin, Tulsa Day Center for the Homeless