NAMIC Research (Our History)
Launched in 1999, the NAMIC employment survey, A Look Toward Advancement: Multi-ethnic Employment in the Communications Industry, provided a baseline of statistics and perceptions about the state of multi-ethnic diversity in the cable telecommunications industry. This first research of its kind in the industry led to the creation in 2000 of NAMIC’s Executive Leadership Development Program (ELDP) for high-potential executives of color. A further outgrowth in 2005 was the formation of the NAMIC Leadership Seminars for coordinators, managers, and new directors–from across the multi-cultural, multi-ethnic spectrum–interested in becoming culturally competent leaders and, as important, committed to crafting personal blueprints for career success. Rebranded in 2011 as the NAMIC AIM (Advancement Investment Measurement), the employment survey continues to provide rich data utilized by industry companies to support goals for building and sustaining a robust pipeline of diverse talent.
2015 NAMIC AIM Report
NAMIC Podcast “Leveraging Differences” recorded by Professor Martin Davidson
ELDP faculty director at the University of Virginia: Darden School of Business
Joint Town Hall on Diversity
The Findings Explained, click the image below to view the webinar.
To view the 2015 NAMIC AIM & WICT PAR Executive Summary, click the image below.
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2015 NAMIC and WICT Cable Telecommunications Industry Diversity Survey Highlights
Underwritten by Walter Kaitz Foundation
Contact: Jim Jones, Vice President of Education Programs and Diversity Solutions,
and Executive Director NAMIC Foundation, firstname.lastname@example.org