Frank, Christina; Pasha, Shaheen
June 2008
Working Mother;Jun/Jul2008, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p74
The article features wireline, wireless and broadband services provider Verizon Communications of New York City. The company made it to the 2008 20 Best Companies for Multicultural Women in the United States, a diversity initiative created by Working Mother Media. Around 17% of the company's 229,149 employees are women of color and 7% are women of color executives/managers.


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