Welcome to ADMAG

  • February 2018
    February 2018
    Research-based D&I Insights, hosted by Georgia Power
  • August 2017
    August 2017
    Defusing Tension: Leveraging D&I Best Practices to Build Engagement hosted by Coca-Cola
  • June 2017
    June 2017
    Courageous Conversations: Making America Civil Again! hosted by Georgia Tech and Mercedez Benz USA
  • April 2017
    April 2017
    Beyond the Binary in the Workplace, hosted by Alston & Bird
  • February 2017
    February 2017
    Diversity World Cafe: Organizational Challenges and Opportunities in 2017, hosted by Goodwill of North Georgia
  • December 2016
    December 2016
    Embracing Our Own Identities as a Prerequisite to Interpersonal Savvy and Cultural Agility, hosted by Georgia Tech
  • August 2016
    August 2016
    Chief Diversity Officer Panel Discussion, hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
  • April 2016
    April 2016
    Aligning D&I efforts with your organization's strategy, hosted by AGL Resources
  • October 2015
    October 2015
    Diversity Education: From Reactive to Proactive, hosted by UGA Terry School of Business
  • August 2015
    August 2015
    Courageous Conversations at the NCCHR, hosted by UPS
  • June 2015
    June 2015
    How Millennials Lead, hosted by Alston & Bird
  • April 2015
    April 2015
    Disability Awareness featuring Yvette Pegues - Ms. Wheelchair USA, hosted by Georgia Power

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The Atlanta Diversity Management Advocacy Group (ADMAG) represents a wide range of talented professionals from across the metro Atlanta region.

Our members include:

  • corporate diversity managers with various levels of seniority and reporting responsibility,
  • leaders within government, military and public institutions,
  • academic staff and faculty,
  • and consultants from both major and specialty firms

Collectively we form a strong network of colleagues who share, support, learn and affirm the best diversity practices in organizations today. Our goal is not only to share the ideals of diversity and inclusion practices but also to be the best managers, advocates, and role models of diversity realized.

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