Consistent with our Core Values, NFC is deeply committed to our Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) philosophy. Our mission is to integrate DEI principles and action throughout all facets of our workplace. To that end, our DEI Committee oversees these efforts and is responsible for creating, implementing and reviewing firm-wide diversity, equity, and inclusion strategies. This cross-functional group is comprised of the following dedicated employees representing all facets of our Firm: Holly English, Katherin Nukk-Freeman, Suzanne Cerra, Rachel Freedberg, Nivritha Ketty, Marcheta Ball, Chris Sisco, Kristine Ryan, Abby Natelson, Brian Tremer, Punam Alam, Iman Wells, and Alyssa Wakefield. They are charged with keeping the notion of rooting out systemic racism at the forefront. In addition, our DEI Committee strives to project the essence of what being an upstander is truly all about.
“As the co-founders of NFC, we consider nothing more important than the proactive pursuit of goals to ensure an embrace of diversity, equity and inclusion principles both within our Firm and outside it. Success in this area is central to our core values and our long-term vision.”
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