August 2020, Vol. 247, No. 8

Associations in the News

Associations in the News

The Southern Gas Association announced the launch of four inclusion initiatives it said are designed to promote change and help end systemic racism. The efforts include development of a new blog and a panel series to provide platforms for communication of diverse perspectives, as well as a new Inclusion and Diversity Council and a training curriculum designed to create a diverse and inclusive culture. “America is engaged in an essential and complicated conversation about bias and disparity. With a mission to advance the individual and the industry, the Southern Gas Association will do our part to help end systemic racism,” said Suzanne Ogle, SGA president and CEO.  “Living our core values

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