AMDC Webinar Series: Diversity and the Business Supply Chain
August 16, 2018 | 2:00 p.m. (CST)
Aspen Grove Solutions President Edmond Buckley hosts what promises to be a fascinating webinar for the American Mortgage Diversity Council (AMDC) on the role of diversity in the business supply chain. This free event is open to everyone who registers in advance.
Why should You Attend?
The all-new AMDC webinar series is designed to give mortgage industry professionals and diversity practitioners the practical education they need to advance their knowledge on topics associated with diversity and inclusion. Edmond Buckley’s presentation will deal with the benefits organizations gain when they engage in a diverse supply-chain, the best ways to promote diversity in your own supply chain, and the range of certifications available for minority-owned businesses to identify themselves.
Other Webinars in the Series
Edmond Buckley is one of a panel of experts that the AMDC has assembled to cover issues relating to diversity and inclusion (D&I) in the mortgage industry and related businesses. Future webinars will feature the following industry leaders and topics:
- Bradley J. Osborne handles foreclosure, ejectment and credit card litigation for the Pennsylvania law firm Richard M. Squire & Associates, LLC. His webinar focuses on D&I regulation.
- Laudan Properties’ Clint Welser (who is also board president for Fair Housing Services in Ohio) will discuss certification.
- Kirk Willison, senior government affairs and corporate social responsibility officer for Altisource, will focus on a supply chain pilot program for his webinar
- Altisource’s director of vendor oversight, Francisco Reyes, will present a webinar on measuring diversity spend
Who Is the American Mortgage Diversity Council?
Aspen Grove Solutions is proud to be an active member of the AMDC, which aims to create a diverse and inclusive mortgage industry for everybody. It offers a platform for mortgage industry leaders to collaborate for the progression of diversity and inclusion dialogue. The organization fosters discussion and encourages action through active participation with mortgage lenders, servicers, and related service providers. The council regularly engages with a range of federal agencies in relation to policies and procedures that affect diversity and inclusion across the mortgage industry.