The nominees for this year’s DivInc. Champions of Change are some of Austin’s most dynamic proponents of intentional change.
As part of our commitment to help build pathways for students of color to become successful in their careers, Bank of America has made a $25 million investment in 21 higher education institutions across the country, including Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSIs), Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and community colleges.
Pride Socks teams up with Ruby’s Rainbow to empower adults with Down syndrome.
Through community partnerships, data-driven research and unshakeable passion, The Black Fund lifts financial burden for Black-led businesses.
On Sept. 29, Austin Woman attended Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas’ annual fundraising event, A Night Under The Stars.
The Jeremiah Program, a local organization whose mission is to help raise mothers out of poverty, hosts the Love to L.I.V. Luncheon.
Phyllis Snodgrass is dedicated to upholding Austin’s uniqueness by providing housing for all in need.
This year, the Trash Makeover Challenge has greater stakes and even bolder designs than ever.
After a short hiatus, Swan Songs Serenade returns with new leadership and a compelling featured performance.
Created out of incredible loss, Fox Robotics is a company dedicated to amplifying the quality of life through robotics.