Diversity & Inclusion at American Express
Watch the video above to hear Valerie Grillo, a former Chief Diversity Officer at American Express, talk about why diversity and inclusion is so important to American Express. Valerie explains what sets them apart from other companies:
"I feel quite fortunate when I talk to my peers who are in this role at other companies — they talk to me about how they need to build the business case for diversity and inclusion. When I came here, I first started to make that business case, and I had leaders say, 'Valerie, you don't have to — we understand it.' And that's what really sets American Express apart."
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