Corporate Racial Equity Coalitions (3.1)
This initiative ensures that existing private-sector racial equity coalitions and programs have the dedicated staff capacity and participation they need to succeed. Activities support key industries as they create coalitions for businesses to work together to diversify their workforce, increase the wages of low- wage employees, and provide more robust and transparent career pathways.
SCORECARD FOR SHARED PROSPERITY: MEASURING CHANGE TO DRIVE COLLECTIVE ACTION
Civic Commons measures Greater Seattle’s shared prosperity by tracking the total well-being of its residents. Collectively these measurements are meant to help guide local decisions and drive greater equity. Learn More>
Please share your organization’s programs and activities in support of this initiative. The more we elevate best practices in the region, the more we can align resources to optimize impact.
Programs & Activities
Advancing Racial Equity in Washington State through the Private Sector
Washington Employers for Racial Equity (WERE) is a coalition of employers from across Washington state that are committed to supporting Black Washingtonians and building a future rooted in equity for all. They start by setting collective goals and working to achieve equity in the area where they believe they can have the most impact –
Anti-Racism in Tech Pact and DEI Center of Excellence
The Anti-Racism in Tech Pact, created in late 2020, is designed to help tech companies work towards ending systemic racism in their companies and actively collaborate with their peers as they do so. Signatories of the Pact commit to work diligently to ensure that within five years, their company will reflect the populations of the
Healthcare Industry Leadership Table
The Healthcare Industry Leadership Table (HILT) is a self-convened network of leaders from a variety of healthcare organizations, from large hospital systems to small nonprofit providers. Based on the Next Gen Sector Partnerships model, the HILT was created in 2018 to provide a forum for healthcare leaders in King County to organize around shared solutions