ECNY 2022 DEI Summary Report
The Economic Club of New York has now completed a third year of conversations focused on diversity, equity, and inclusion. This series of conversations would not have been possible without the support of our corporate partners.
Through these many and varied conversations, the series sought to highlight the structural workings of inequity in business and society. Our speakers see inequity not merely as a concept, but as something deeply braided into the argot of our society. Uniformly, they suggested to address its consequences we must advance efforts to embrace diversity at all levels of society. Some speakers shared about ongoing efforts to diversify their boards and workforce, while others are already seeing demographic trends tending toward visions of genuine inclusivity.
The 2022 ECNY Innovation and Social Impact Challenge
To honor the Club’s 115th anniversary, The Economic Club of New York launched the Innovation and Social Impact Challenge, which has contributed to the creation of our research division and aligns with the Club’s mission to be a catalyst for thought and innovation and leverages our platforms to introduce content into the mainstream business and economic communities. These ideas or concepts can benefit not just New York or the U.S., but the broader community and humankind.
The three themes of the 2022 Challenge were: Artificial Intelligence, Climate Change and/or Corporate Governance. This Challenge was presented to our Class of 2022 Fellows. The winners were:
1st Place: “Supply Chain Stress Testing at Macro Level”
2nd Place Tie: “Unleashing the Power of Climate Markets Will Drive Privacy ESG Risks: Is Your Board
Seeing the Iceberg?”
2nd Place Tie: “RealOne, Building Trust with Technology”The Economic Club of New York has now completed a third year of conversations focused on diversity, equity, and inclusion. This series of conversations would not have been possible without the support of our corporate partners.
ECNY 2022 Mid-Year DEI Summary Report
We have reached the halfway mark of what is on track to be a successful third year of conversations focused on diversity, equity, and inclusion. This series of conversations would not have been possible without the support of our corporate partners BlackRock, Bloomberg, Mastercard, PayPal, S&P Global and Taconic Capital. The series continued to host speakers across industries and fields—from Dr. Dana Suskind, Professor of Surgery, Pediatrics and Public Policy at the University of Chicago, to John W. Rogers, Jr., Founder, Chairman, Co-CEO and CIO of Ariel Investments. Each of our speakers addressed a broad range of issues contributing to a less inclusive society and the lack of diversity in many industries. We are pleased to share our 2022 DEI Mid-year Summary Report which features links to videos and key takeaways on how businesses can help move the needle.
ECNY 2022 Women in Business Report
Accelerating gender parity in the workplace and addressing long-standing barriers women continue to face are just some of the topics covered in our 2022 Women in Business Forum. Falguni Nayar (Nykaa) and Ruth Porat (Alphabet, Inc.) were our keynote speakers as we partnered with the Consulates General of Canada and France for the fourth year. Access our report featuring key highlights and trends below.
ECNY 2021 Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Summary Report
Published on March 1, 2022: The Economic Club of New York along with its DEI corporate partners, Bloomberg, BlackRock, MasterCard, PayPal, S&P Global, M&T Bank/Wilmington Trust and Taconic Capital, published a summary report highlighting key takeaways from our successful Focus on Racial Equity Series. It includes key challenges in racial equity and describes specific, concrete actions business leaders can take to be part of the solution to these challenges. Also included are links to videos of our live events from the Series, as well as links to thought-provoking materials, from a variety of third party sources, for use in supporting further constructive conversations.
ECNY 2020 Racial Equity Report
Published on February 2021: The Economic Club of New York, along with our partners, Bloomberg, MasterCard, PayPal, S&P Global and Taconic Capital, launched these curated conversations with our Members during an extraordinary year that brought unprecedented challenges across the board. During these conversations, our Members heard from their peers who related their experiences everywhere from the boardroom to where they live. Members and speakers reminded each other that corporate commitments to diversity have been made before and yet much more needs to be done. They uniformly shared that they must play a larger role in building a more racially equitable nation.