Jonathan Sandvillethe president and CEO of the African American Board Leadership Institute (AABLI), responded to an LA City Council member’s leaked comments.
Los Angeles, October 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — as Los AngelesWith a mission to develop the next generation of African-American civic and community leaders, the African-American Board Leadership Institute (AABLI) promotes anti-Black leadership that undermines African-American leadership and political representation. reject the word city of los angelesFurthermore, I condemn all hate, racism and violent language that is harmful to the citizens of this great city.
Like many of you, we continue to process the events of the past few days. Jonathan SandvilleAABLI’s President and CEO said, “We are ready to begin important work to heal the divisions that may have stemmed from racist remarks by some of the most powerful voices in the city government. Sandville added, “AABLI has spent more than a decade developing and preparing leaders to serve with integrity at the highest levels of the government, business, and non-profit sectors. California AABLI continues to be a key resource that businesses, private foundations, and government agencies can rely on to develop visionary leaders in an inclusive society for all.
About the African American Board Leadership Institute
Founded in 2011, virgil roberts When Yvette Chappelle-IngramAABLI is the only leadership training and development organization in usa It exists solely to promote systemic equity and promote an inclusive society. AABLI will create a pipeline of African-American candidates eligible for board positions to provide a solution to the problems resulting from the lack of diversity at the board level.
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