INROADS Appoints Rosa Nuñez to National Board of Directors

INROADS, Inc. announces Rosa Nuñez, Director of Diversity and Inclusion at Foley Hoag LLP, as a part of its National Board of Directors. She has more than 20 years of experience in the field of diversity and inclusion (D&I) and plans to share her expertise with INROADS to increase its overall mission.

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For 50 years, INROADS has delivered innovative programs and creative solutions that identify, accelerate and elevate the development of underrepresented talent throughout their careers. It is the largest national nonprofit dedicated to training and developing underserved talent with offices across the United States, Canada and Mexico.

“Rosa is an incredible leader in the D&I field, and we are so glad to have her on our National Board of Directors,” said Forest T. Harper Jr., INROADS president and CEO. “Because she has led so many innovative efforts focused on diversity and inclusion, we believe that her ingenuity and knowledge will help us train and build a diverse-by-design future workforce.”

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Throughout the many years of her career, Nuñez has developed a major platform in the field of diversity and inclusion. She is a top leader in the communications industry, laying the groundwork for many initiatives and programs across the United States.

“Diversity and inclusion programs provide an important understanding for the platforms of recruitment and development,” said Nuñez. “INROADS has an opportunity to increase trained and diverse talent in Fortune 500 companies, and I am pleased to be able to assist this organization as a board member and supporter.”

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