Do you know someone who is making their community or workplace more inclusive?
The Equal Futures Project has opened nominations for its fifth annual Hunter Diversity Awards. The group of Hunter business leaders will choose one organisation and one individual to be named "Diversity Champions" for 2019.
Chair of Equal Futures, Kirsten Molloy said the program celebrates people and businesses who are working to end inequality in their workplaces and communities.
"The Hunter Diversity Awards were created to reward and recognise Hunter based organisations or business units and individuals who supported diversity though inclusiveness, flexibility and a focussed program to enhance diversity in organisations," she said.
You can submit nominations on the Equal Futures Project website before May 24.
Winners will be announced at the Hunter Business Club's annual award ceremony on June 18.