St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) October 14, 2013
“We are honored to work with Benjamin Reese, president of NADOHE, and the members of this important organization,” says Lenore Pearlstein, co-publisher of INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine, along with Holly Mendelson. “As our collaboration develops, we look forward to tapping into NADOHE’s deep reserve of experience, leadership, and expertise in the field of diversity and inclusion.”
INSIGHT Into Diversity, celebrating its 40th year in 2014, presents timely, thought-provoking news and resources on matters of diversity and inclusion across higher education and corporate campuses. NADOHE’s 450 members represent institutions, individuals, professional organizations, and students.
“NADOHE is excited about the opportunity to collaborate with such an outstanding publication as INSIGHT Into Diversity,” says Reese. “For many years, they have provided information and perspectives on some of the crucial issues in the field of diversity. We see this as an important step in our work together.”
“It’s a win-win because the members of NADOHE, who are diversity leaders at U.S. colleges and universities, are on the front lines every day,” says Mendelson. “INSIGHT provides a new forum for these experts to share their knowledge and relay the importance of their work with our readers, who include college presidents and provosts, administrators, faculty members, corporate diversity leaders, and members of our other partner organizations.”
For nearly 40 years, INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine has engaged readers in the goal of achieving a more truly inclusive culture on both academic and corporate campuses. Striving to advance the national conversation on diversity and inclusion, INSIGHT Into Diversity provides timely, thought-provoking news and resources; interviews with innovators, thought leaders and experts; explorations of best practices; profiles of successful programs and initiatives; and career advertising that connects potential employees with institutions and businesses choosing to embrace a workforce more reflective of local and national communities.