Adrian D. Thompson served as a panelist at the Greater Cleveland Partnership Equity and Inclusion division’s program “DEI Assessments and Measurements that Promote Change.”
The virtual program was held on Tues., Feb. 9 and moderated by the GCP director of research and data initiatives. Thompson was joined on the panel by diversity professionals from the city of Cleveland and the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Thompson serves as Taft’s Diversity & Inclusion Officer and is co-partner-in-Charge of Taft Cleveland. In addition to leading the firm’s diversity efforts, Thompson provides counsel for private sector clients on issues including equal employment opportunity litigation, wage-hour problems, employment of the disabled, federal housing, and other labor matters.
About the Greater Cleveland Partnership Equity & Inclusion Division
The division has been working since 2001 to close the racial disparities in jobs, income, and wealth, by growing businesses owned by people of color and increasing workforce diversity, equity, and inclusion. Ultimately, this work is fueled by the belief that businesses and the region are stronger with greater racial equity. Acting as a convener, an advocate, and a resource, GCP’s Equity & Inclusion engages the region’s employers to address the systemic racial inequalities which hinder economic growth in our region. Hundreds of professionals, top leaders, volunteers, businesses and community organizations are engaged with GCP’s Equity & Inclusion each year to accomplish these goals.