Let's look to the future and work together so that one day, everyone will understand that diversity and minority-owned businesses mean greater success for everyone.
WILMINGTON, Del. (PRWEB) December 11, 2017
“I am beyond grateful for the opportunity to serve and advocate on behalf of MBEs,” said Moorthy in her acceptance speech.“ It truly has been an honor.”
This has been an exciting year at the EMSDC for Moorthy, who received this award after winning an election to Chair the MBEIC – the Minority Business Enterprise Input Committee – earlier this year. She has already begun to revolutionize the committee, driving it to accomplish more in these last few weeks than the committee had in the last few years.
“We’ve accomplished so much already, and I’m fully dedicated to revamping the committee’s efforts to better serve MBEs in the future,” says Moorthy.
This is not Moorthy’s first public appearance, by any means. She has developed quite the reputation as a thought leader for supplier diversity and technology over the last 10 years, demonstrating her leadership among peers. Just this October, during MEDweek Philly, Moorthy was asked to speak on a panel of Asian business leaders on behalf of the Asian American Chamber of Commerce of Greater Philadelphia.
Despite all of the success she has achieved and the attention she has received, Moorthy says she wants to empower all women and minority business leaders and team members.
“I think we all deserve this award,” said Moorthy in her acceptance speech. “I know so many of you work tirelessly to advocate for diversity, and I know we have so much still to accomplish. Let’s look to the future and work together so that one day, everyone will understand that diversity and minority-owned businesses mean greater success for everyone.”
And while many would view this honorable recognition as the achievement of a lifetime, Moorthy says that for her, it is just the beginning.
“I promise I will view this as the beginning of a journey of advocacy, not just an award to place on my resume and leave behind.”
Frontier Technologies, Inc., headquarters in Wilmington, DE, along with operations and clients across the US, is a full-service Information Technology (IT) Infrastructure Systems & Staff Augmentation company—enabling enterprises to meet or exceed their IT goals on-time, on-budget, and on-spec. A minority-woman owned business as classified by the government for supplier-diversity initiatives. Leveraging almost 30 years in business, forming strategic partnerships with IT giants like IBM, Dell-EMC, VMware, Microsoft, HP and small businesses alike to provide clients the best-of-breed solutions with ease. Frontier is brand and technology agnostic. Frontier provides the consultative services for evaluating and selecting the best solutions providing clients peace of mind and a sustainable ROI.
The mission of Eastern Minority Supplier Development Council is to stimulate and support economic development with minority-owned businesses (Asian, Black, Hispanic, and Native American). While our outreach addresses both national and international entities, our primary focus area includes Pennsylvania, Southern New Jersey, and Delaware. The council fosters the development of minority business enterprises to better align them with corporations in an effort to initiate growth and opportunity through Supplier Diversity channels.