Corporate Diversity Conference a big success

web7CHICAGO: Changing Color of Corporate Leadership in America was the theme of this year’s Corporate Diversity Conference 2012 hosted by Chicago United Conference here recently.
Many giants of industry gathered to discuss how to develop ways for more minorities to participate in corporate America. Among this highly distinguished gathering were Chicago business leaders, such as Gregory D. Wasson: President and CEO of Walgreen Company, William C. Weldon: Chairman of Johnson & Johnson, Frederick H. Waddell: Chairman and CEO Northern Trust Corporation, Patricia Hemmingway Hall: President and CEO of Health Care Service Corporation, Jan Fields: President of McDonalds USA, James H. Skogsbergh: President and CEO of Advocate Health Care, and governor of Illinois, Pat Quinn.
Chicago United is the largest minority advocacy group promoting the concept of changing the color of business leadership in America. There were over 1,000 attendees at the Chicago Hilton and Towers. The conference was hosted under the leadership of Gloria Castillo, CEO of Chicago United, and a highly respected business leader.
Following the banquet, there was an award ceremony. Those honored were: William C. Weldon, Chairman of Johnson & Johnson and Gregory D. Wasson, President and CEO of Walgreen Company.
Two Asian Indians also participated in the 2012 Chicago United Conference from the Indo-American Center. Nand Kapoor, former president of Associations of Indians in America and Sher Rajput, trustee of Indo-American Center, personally delivered an invitation letter to Weldon and Wasson to visit the Indo-American Center.

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