2013 PSG Diversity Scholarship Winner is Announced at NEHRA Gala

PSG is proud to sponsor the annual Northeast Human Resources Association (NEHRA) Diversity & Inclusion Gala, which was held last Thursday, April 18. At this year’s Gala, PSG presented Boston student David Castillo with a $3,000 scholarship. Castillo is currently a student at Boston Arts Academy. He plans to attend Boston University next year.

PSG also co-chairs the NEHRA Diversity and Inclusion Committee, which is committed to educating members to the different dimensions of diversity that reflect the extraordinary differences found in today’s workplace. The Diversity Committee selected Castillo and the winner of another NEHRA scholarship, Taylor Robinson, who are both shown in this photo with PSG President Aaron Green. Taylor Robinson is the recipient of NEHRA’s Norma Kornegay Clarke Scholarship.

 NEHRA’s 2013 Annual Diversity & Inclusion Awards Gala reflects and celebrates the power of diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Keynote speakers shared stories of triumph and challenge; high school scholarship winners inspired faith in the future; and colleagues from across the region networked with one another. Research continues to demonstrate that workplaces that harness and leverage the unique differences and similarities within its employees will not only be great places to work but the positive impact on business goals will be enhanced and strengthened.

PSG President Aaron Green with David Castillo, winner of the PSG Diversity Scholarship, and Taylor Robinson, winner of the Norma Kornegay Clarke Scholarship

PSG President Aaron Green with David Castillo, winner of the PSG Diversity Scholarship, and Taylor Robinson, winner of the Norma Kornegay Clarke Scholarship

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