Recognition Lists

BLACK EOE JOURNAL ANNOUNCES ITS 2018 SPRING BEST OF THE BEST RESULTS LISTS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Top Government and Law Enforcement Agencies; Top Insurance Companies; Top Financial & Banking Companies; Top Healthcare, Pharmaceutical & Biotech Companies and Top Utilities, Energy, Gas & Oil Companies

(Irvine, California) – April 15, 2018 – Black EOE Journal (BEOEJ) today released the results of its review of the nation’s Best of the Best Government and Law Enforcement Agencies; Insurance Companies; Financial & Banking Companies; Healthcare, Pharmaceutical & Biotech Companies and Utilities, Energy, Gas & Oil Companies.

Black EOE Journal, now celebrating its 27th year of diversity, polled hundreds of Fortune 1000 companies for its 2018 Best of the Best evaluations. BEOEJ is one of the nation’s fastest-growing magazines, promoting the advancement of African Americans in all aspects of business and employment to ensure equal opportunity. The outstanding efforts toward this promotion make these companies leaders in the quest for true diversity, and we commend them all.

The annual review is an evaluation of the nation’s employers, initiatives and government agencies. It provides non-biased results that are valuable resources for job-seekers, business owners, students, consumers, senior management, business associations, employment agencies and consumer groups.

This year’s winners include the following, in alphabetical order:

Air Force Civilian Service (AFCS)
Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL)
Argonne National Laboratory
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA)
Defense Logistics Agency (DLA)
Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA)
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
Federal Reserve System
Institute of Defense Analysis (IDA)
Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Military Sealift Command
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
National Credit Union Administration (NCUA)
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA)
National Security Agency (NSA)
Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR)
Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA)
Sandia National Laboratories
Social Security Administration (SSA)
Strategic Systems Programs
Transportation Security Administration (TSA)
U.S. Air Force (USAF)
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
U.S. Coast Guard and Civilian Careers (USCG)
U.S. Department of Defense (DoD)
U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ)
U.S. Department of Labor (DOL)
U.S. Department of State (DOS)
U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT)
U.S. Marine Corps
U.S. Navy
U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC)
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO)
U.S. Secret Service (USSS)
U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC)
United States Postal Service (USPS)

American Express Company
Arvest Bank
Bank of America
Bank of the West
BB&T
BMO Harris Bank
Capital One Financial Corporation
Charles Schwab
Citi
Comerica
Discover Financial Services
Edward Jones
Federal Reserve System
Fidelity
Freddie Mac
Goldman Sachs
Jackson Hewitt Tax Service
John Hancock Financial
JPMorgan Chase
KeyBank
KPMG
Lincoln Financial
Mastercard Incorporated
MUFG Union Bank, N.A.
National Credit Union Administration (NCUA)
Navy Federal Credit Union
Northern Trust Corporation
PNC Financial Services Group
PricewaterhouseCoopers
Principal Financial Group
Prudential
Quicken Loans
Raymond James Financial
Regions Financial Corporation
SunTrust
Synchrony Financial
T. Rowe Price
TD Bank
The Huntington National Bank
TIAA
U.S. Bancorp
Vanguard Group
Visa, Inc.
Wells Fargo
Western Union
World Bank Group

Aetna
Aflac
Allianz
Allstate Insurance Company
American Family Insurance
Anthem
Auto-Owners Insurance
Blue Cross & Blue Shield
Chubb
Cigna
CNA Financial
Erie Insurance
FM Global
GEICO
Humana
Liberty Mutual
MassMutual
MetLife, Inc.
Nationwide
New York Life
Northwestern Mutual
Progressive Insurance
State Farm Insurance Company
The Hartford
Travelers Insurance Company
Unum
USAA
VSP Global
Zurich Insurance Group

Abbott Laboratories
AbbVie
Amgen
Astellas Pharma US, Inc.
AstraZeneca
Baxalta
Baxter International
Bayer U.S. LLC
Biogen Idec Inc.
Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Bristol-Myers Squibb Company
Eisai Pharmaceuticals
Eli Lilly & Company
Genentech
Genzyme Corporation
Gilead
GSK – GlaxoSmithKline
Highmark Health
Hospira
Johnson & Johnson
Merck
Mylan
Novartis
PAREXEL International
Pfizer, Inc.
PPD
Roche
Sanofi
Takeda Pharmaceutical
Teva Pharmaceutical
Thermo Fisher Scientific
Wellmark

Ameren Corporation
Arizona Public Service (APS)
Baker Hughes
Chevron
conEdison
ConocoPhillips Co.
Consumers Energy
Dominion Resources
DTE Energy
Duke Energy
Edison International
EOG Resources, Inc.
Eversource Energy
Exelon
ExxonMobil Corporation
FirstEnergy
Hess Corporation
National Grid
NextEra Energy Resources
NiSource
NRG Energy
Occidental Petroleum
Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PGE)
Philadelphia Gas Works (PGW)
PPL Corporation
Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG)
Republic Services
Sempra Energy
Shell
Southern Company
Valero Energy
WEC Energy Group

The goal of the annual evaluations is to not only bring the latest information and guidance to our readers, but also encourage active outreach and diversity policies among corporations and government agencies. The lists were compiled from market research, independent research, diversity conference participation and survey responses that were performed by DiversityComm’s agents and/or affiliates. This year, hundreds of companies and institutions participated.

The results are published in the spring issue of Black EOE Journal and available on newsstands mid-April.  Published by DiversityComm, Black EOE Journal is dedicated to promoting the advancement of multicultural women in all aspects of business and employment to ensure equal opportunity. Part 2 of our Best of the Best series, featuring Top Diversity Employers, Top Supplier Diversity Programs, Top MBA Schools, Top Disability-Friendly Companies and Top LGBT-Friendly Companies will be published in the summer issue, available mid-July.  The fall issue will feature its Top Colleges and Universities published mid-October. DiversityComm also publishes Hispanic Network Magazine, Professional Woman’s Magazine, U.S. Veterans Magazine, Diversity in STEAM Magazine and DIVERSEability Magazine.

For more information about the annual Best of the Best survey or Black EOE Journal, please contact the research department at (800) 487-5099 or e-email surveys@diversitycomm.net .

About Black EOE Journal (BEOEJ)

The Black EOE Journal (BEOEJ) is the African American career and business connection. Our mission is to be the epicenter of information utilizing our channels of distribution in print and digital media. As one of the strongest growing African American publications in the nation, our mission is to inform, educate, employ and provide equal opportunity to corporate America in order to create a more diverse workplace.

We provide the latest, most important diversity news, covering virtually every industry, business and profession. This includes up-to-date statistics on workforce diversity as well as business-to-business trends. We offer both recruitment and business opportunities, along with accurate, timely conferences and event calendars. And, just as important, we spotlight inspiring role models and notable mentors. BEOEJ is a WBENC and DOBE-certified.

BLACK EOE JOURNAL ANNOUNCES ITS 2017 FALL BEST OF THE BEST RESULTS LISTS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Top HBCUs and Colleges & Universities

(Irvine, California) – October 15, 2017 – Black EOE Journal (BEOEJ) today released the results of its review of the nation’s Best of the Best Top HBCUs and Colleges & Universities.

Black EOE Journal, now celebrating its 26th year of diversity, polled hundreds of educational institutions for its 2017 Best of the Best evaluations. BEOEJ is one of the nation’s fastest-growing magazines, promoting the advancement of African Americans in all aspects of business, education and employment to ensure equal opportunity. The outstanding efforts toward this promotion make these schools leaders in the quest for true diversity, and we commend them all.

The annual review is an evaluation of the nation’s employers, initiatives and government agencies. It provides non-biased results that are valuable resources for job-seekers, business owners, students, consumers, senior management, business associations, employment agencies and consumer groups.

This year’s recognitions include the following, in alphabetical order:

Top Colleges & Universities:

Boston College

Boston University

Brandeis University

Brown University

California Institute of Technology

Carnegie Mellon University

Case Western Reserve University

College of William & Mary

Columbia University

Cornell University

Dartmouth College

Delaware State University

Duke University

Emory University

Georgetown University

Georgia Institute of Technology

Harvard University

John Hopkins University

Lehigh University

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Morgan State University

New York University

North Carolina Central University

Northeastern University

Northwestern University

Pennsylvania State University—University Park

Pepperdine University

Princeton University

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Rice University

Stanford University

Tufts University

Tulane University

University of California—Berkeley

University of California—Davis

University of California–Irvine

University of California—Los Angeles

University of California—San Diego

University of California—Santa Barbara

University of Chicago

University of Illinois, Urbana—Champaign

University of Miami

University of Michigan—Ann Arbor

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

University of Notre Dame

University of Pennsylvania

University of Rochester

University of Southern California

University of Texas–El Paso

University of Virginia

University of Wisconsin—Madison

Vanderbilt University

Wake Forest University

Washington University in St. Louis

Yale University

Top HBCUs:

Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University

Alabama State University

Albany State University

Alcorn State University

Allen University

Arkansas Baptist College

Bennett College

Bethune- Cookman University

Bluefield State College

Bowie State University

Central State University

Cheyney University of Pennsylvania

Claflin University

Clark Atlanta University

Coppin State University

Delaware State University

Dillard University

Elizabeth City State University

Fayetteville State University

Fisk University

Florida A & M University

Florida Memorial University

Fort Valley State University

Grambling State University

Hampton University

Howard University

Huston-Tillotson University

Jackson State University

Johnson C. Smith University

Kentucky State University

Langston University

LeMoyne-Owen College

Lincoln State University

Lincoln University

Livingstone College

Mississippi Valley State University

Morehouse College

Morgan State University

Norfolk State University

North Carolina A&T State University

North Carolina Central University

Oakwood University

Philander Smith College

Prarie View A&M University

Savannah State University

South Carolina State University

Southern University and A&M College

Spelman College

St. Augustine’s University

Tennessee State University

Texas Southern University

Tougaloo College

Tuskegee University

University of Arkansas- Pine Buff

University of Maryland—Eastern Shore

University of the District of Columbia

Virginia State University

Virginia Union University

Winston-Salem State University

Xavier University of Louisiana

The goal of the annual evaluations is to not only bring the latest information and guidance to our readers but also encourage active outreach and diversity policies among educational institutions. The lists were compiled from market research, independent research, diversity conference participation and survey responses that were performed by DiversityComm’s agents and/or affiliates. This year, hundreds of institutions participated.

The results are published in the fall issue of Black EOE Journal and available on newsstands mid-October. Published by DiversityComm, Black EOE Journal is dedicated to promoting the advancement of African Americans in all aspects of education, business and employment to ensure equal opportunity. DiversityComm also publishes HISPANIC Network Magazine, Professional Woman’s Magazine, U.S. Veterans Magazine, Diversity in STEAM Magazine and DIVERSEability Magazine.

For more information about the annual Best of the Best survey or Black EOE Journal, please contact the research department at (800) 487-5099 or e-email surveys@diversitycomm.net.

About Black EOE Journal (BEOEJ)

The Black EOE Journal (BEOEJ) is the African American career and business connection. Our mission is to be the epicenter of information utilizing our channels of distribution in print and digital media. As one of the strongest growing African American publications in the nation, our mission is to inform, educate, employ and provide equal opportunity to corporate America in order to create a more diverse workplace.

We provide the latest, most important diversity news, covering virtually every industry, business and profession. This includes up-to-date statistics on workforce diversity as well as business-to-business trends. We offer both recruitment and business opportunities, along with accurate, timely conferences and event calendars. And, just as important, we spotlight inspiring role models and notable mentors. BEOEJ is a WBENC-certified company.

BLACK EOE JOURNAL ANNOUNCES ITS 2017 SUMMER BEST OF THE BEST RESULTS LISTS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Top Employers, Supplier Diversity Programs, LGBT-Friendly Companies and MBA Programs

(Irvine, California) – July 15, 2017 – Black EOE Journal (BEOEJ) today released the results of its review of the nation’s Best of the Best Top Employers; Supplier Diversity Programs; LGBT-Friendly Companies & MBA Programs.

Black EOE Journal, now celebrating its 26th year of diversity, polled hundreds of Fortune 1000 companies for its 2017 Best of the Best evaluations. BEOEJ is one of the nation’s fastest-growing magazines, promoting the advancement of African Americans in all aspects of business and employment to ensure equal opportunity. The outstanding efforts toward this promotion make these companies leaders in the quest for true diversity, and we commend them all.

The annual review is an evaluation of the nation’s employers, initiatives and government agencies. It provides non-biased results that are valuable resources for job-seekers, business owners, students, consumers, senior management, business associations, employment agencies and consumer groups.

This year’s recognitions include the following, in alphabetical order:

Abbott Laboratories


AbbVie


Accenture


ADP


Aetna


Aflac


Alcon


ALDI


Allstate Insurance Company


American Airlines


American Express


Amgen


Anthem


Aramark


AT&T Inc.


Bank of America


BASF


Capital One


CenturyLink


Cigna


Citigroup


Colgate-Palmolive


Comcast-NBCUniversal


Cox Communications


Cummins


CVS Health


Dell


Deloitte


Delta Airlines, Inc.


Discover


Eli Lilly and Company


Ericsson


EY


Farmers Insurance


FCA


Federal Reserve System


Ford Motor Company


Genentech


General Electric


General Mills


General Motors Corporation


Georgia Pacific


GlaxoSmithKline


Hess Corporation


Hilton


HP


IBM


JLL


Johnson & Johnson


JPMorgan Chase


Kaiser Permanente


Kellogg Company


KeyCorp


KPMG, LLP


Lockheed Martin


Lowe’s Companies, Inc.


Marriott International


MassMutual Financial


MasterCard Worldwide


Medtronic


Merck


Monsanto


MUFG Union Bank, N.A.


National Credit Union Administration


Nationwide


New York Life


Nielsen


Northrop Grumman


Northwestern Mutual


Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation


Oak Ridge Associated Universities


Office Depot, Inc.


Oracle


PNC Financial


PricewaterhouseCoopers


Procter & Gamble


Prudential Financial


Robert Half


S.C. Johnson & Son


Safeway


Sodexo, USA


Southern Company


Southwest Airlines


Sprint


State Farm Insurance


State Street


Target


TD Bank


Tenet Healthcare


The Clorox Company


The Hershey Company


The Hertz Corporation


The Home Depot


The Kroger Company


The TJX Companies


The Walt Disney Company


TIAA


Time Warner


Toyota Motor North America Inc.


Travelers


U.S. Cellular


USAA


Verizon


Walgreens


Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.


Wellmark


Wells Fargo and Company


Wyndham Worldwide


AT&T Inc.


Abbott Laboratories


Accenture


Bank of America


Bristol-Meyers Squibb


Comcast-NBCUniversal


Comerica


Consolidated Edison Company


CVS Health


Dell


DTE Energy


DuPont


Ericsson


EY


FCA


Ford Motor Company


Freddie Mac


General Mills


General Motors Corporation


Hilton Worldwide


Honda


JLL


JPMorgan Chase


Kaiser Permanente


Lockheed Martin


Lowe’s


Marriott International


Merck


Messer Construction


National Grid


Nationwide Insurance


Nielsen


Pacific Gas and Electric Company


PepsiCo


PNC Financial


Raytheon


Robert Half


Sempra


Sodexo, USA


State Farm Insurance


The Coca Cola Company


The Kroger Company


Time Warner


Toyota Motor North America


Verizon


Vizient Inc.


Walgreens


Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.


Wells Fargo & Company


Wyndham Worldwide


Xerox Corporation


3M


Amerisource Corp.


Apple Inc.


AT&T Inc.


Charles Schwab


Chevron


Costco Wholesale Corp.


CVS Health


Dell


ExxonMobil Corporation


EY


Federal National Mortgage Association (Fannie Mae)


Ford Motor Company


General Motors Corporation


HP


HPE


JPMorgan Chase


Kellogg Company


Marriott International


McKesson Corp.


MUFG Union Bank, N.A.


Philips 66


Prudential


Target


The Hershey Company


The Kroger Company


The Walt Disney Company


Time Warner


UnitedHealth Group


Valero Energy Corp.


Verizon Communications Inc.


Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.


Wellmark


Carnegie Mellon-Tepper School of Business


Columbia University-Columbia Business School


Cornell University-SC Johnson College of Business


Dartmouth College-Tuck School of Business


Duke University-Fuqua School of Business


Emory University-Goizueta Business School


Georgetown University-McDonough School of Business


Harvard University-Harvard Business School


Indiana University-Kelley School of Business


Massachusetts Institute of Technology-Sloan School of Management


New York University-Stern School of Business


Northwestern University-Kellogg School of Management


Ohio State University-Fisher College of Business


Stanford University-Graduate School of Business


University of California, Berkeley-Haas School of Business


University of California, Los Angeles -Anderson School of Management


University of Chicago-Booth School of Business


University of Michigan, Ann Arbor-Ross School of Business


University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill-Kenan Flagler Business School


University of Pennsylvania-The Wharton School


University of Southern California-Marshall School of Business


University of Texas, Austin-McCombs School of Business


University of Texas, El Paso-College of Business Administration


University of Virginia-Darden School of Business


Yale University-Yale School of Management


The goal of the annual evaluations is to not only bring the latest information and guidance to our readers, but also encourage active outreach and diversity policies among corporations and government agencies. The lists were compiled from market research, independent research, diversity conference participation and survey responses that were performed by DiversityComm’s agents and/or affiliates. This year, hundreds of companies and institutions participated.

The results are published in the summer issue of Black EOE Journal and available on newsstands mid-July. Published by DiversityComm, Black EOE Journal is dedicated to promoting the advancement of African-Americans in all aspects of business and employment to ensure equal opportunity. The fall issue will feature its Top HBCUs and Colleges & Universities published mid-October. DiversityComm also publishes HISPANIC Network Magazine, Professional Woman’s Magazine, U.S. Veterans Magazine, Diversity in STEAM Magazine and DIVERSEability Magazine.

For more information about the annual Best of the Best survey or Black EOE Journal, please contact the research department at (800) 487-5099 or e-email surveys@diversitycomm.net .

About Black EOE Journal (BEOEJ)

The Black EOE Journal (BEOEJ) is the African American career and business connection. Our mission is to be the epicenter of information utilizing our channels of distribution in print and digital media. As one of the strongest growing African American publications in the nation, our mission is to inform, educate, employ and provide equal opportunity to corporate America in order to create a more diverse workplace.

We provide the latest, most important diversity news, covering virtually every industry, business and profession. This includes up-to-date statistics on workforce diversity as well as business-to-business trends. We offer both recruitment and business opportunities, along with accurate, timely conferences and event calendars. And, just as important, we spotlight inspiring role models and notable mentors. BEOEJ is a WBENC-certified company.

BLACK EOE JOURNAL ANNOUNCES ITS 2017 SPRING BEST OF THE BEST RESULTS LISTS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Top Government and Law Enforcement Agencies; Top Insurance Companies; Top Financial & Banking Companies; Top Healthcare, Pharmaceutical & Biotech Companies and Top Utilities, Energy, Gas & Oil Companies

(Irvine, California) – April 15, 2017 – Black EOE Journal (BEOEJ) today released the results of its review of the nation’s Best of the Best Government and Law Enforcement Agencies; Insurance Companies; Financial & Banking Companies; Healthcare, Pharmaceutical & Biotech Companies and Utilities, Energy, Gas & Oil Companies.

Black EOE Journal, now celebrating its 26th year of diversity, polled hundreds of Fortune 1000 companies for its 2017 Best of the Best evaluations. BEOEJ is one of the nation’s fastest-growing magazines, promoting the advancement of African Americans in all aspects of business and employment to ensure equal opportunity. The outstanding efforts toward this promotion make these companies leaders in the quest for true diversity, and we commend them all.

The annual review is an evaluation of the nation’s employers, initiatives and government agencies. It provides non-biased results that are valuable resources for job-seekers, business owners, students, consumers, senior management, business associations, employment agencies and consumer groups.

This year’s winners include the following, in alphabetical order:

Air Force Civilian Service (AFCS)


Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL)


Army Corps of Engineers


Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)


Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA)


Defense Logistics Agency (DLA)


Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA)


Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)


Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)


Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)


Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory


Los Alamos National Laboratory


Military Sealift Command


National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)


National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA)


National Security Agency (NSA)


Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR)


Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA)


Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC)


Sandia National Laboratories


Strategic Systems Programs


Transportation Security Administration (TSA)


U.S. Air Force


U.S. Coast Guard


U.S. Coast Guard and Civilian Careers (USCG)


U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT)


U.S. Marine Corps


U.S. Navy


U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC)


U.S. Secret Service (USSS)


United States Postal Service (USPS)


American Express Company


Bank of America


BB&T


BMO Harris Bank


Capital One Financial Corporation


Charles Schwab


Citi


Comerica


Edward Jones


Federal Reserve


Fidelity


Freddie Mac


Goldman Sachs


John Hancock Financial


JPMorgan Chase


KeyCorp


KPMG


Lincoln Financial


MUFG Union Bank


National Credit Union Administration


Navy Federal Credit Union


Nomura


Northern Trust


PNC Financial Services Group


PricewaterhouseCoopers


Principal Financial Group


Prudential


Quicken Loans


Raymond James Financial


Regions Financial Corporation


SunTrust


Synchrony Financial


TD Bank


The Huntington National Bank


TIAA


T. Rowe Price


U.S. Bancorp


Vanguard Group


Visa, Inc.


Wells Fargo


Western Union


World Bank Group


Aetna


Allstate Insurance Company


Auto-Owners Insurance


Erie Insurance


Liberty Mutual


MetLife, Inc.


Nationwide


Progressive Insurance


State Farm Insurance Company


The Hartford


Travelers Insurance Company


USAA


Abbott Laboratories


AbbVie


Amgen


Astellas Pharma US, Inc.


AstraZeneca


Baxalta


Baxter International


Bayer U.S. LLC


Biogen Idec Inc.


Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc.


Bristol-Myers Squibb Company


Eisai Pharmaceuticals


Eli Lilly & Company


Genentech


Genzyme Corporation


Gilead


GSK – GlaxoSmithKline


Highmark Health


Hospira


Johnson & Johnson


Merck


Mylan


Novartis


PAREXEL International


Pfizer


Roche


Sanofi


Takeda Pharmaceutical


Thermo Fisher Scientific


Ameren Corporation


Arizona Public Service (APS)


Baker Hughes


Chevron


Con Edison


Conoco Phillips


Consolidated Edison


Dominion Resources


DTE Energy


Duke Energy


Edison International


EOG Resources, Inc.


Eversource Energy


Exelon


ExxonMobil Corporation


FirstEnergy


Hess Corporation


National Grid


NextEra Energy Resources


NiSource


NRG Energy


Occidental Petroleum


Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PGE)


Philadelphia Gas Works (PGW)


PPL Corporation


Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG)


Sempra Energy


Shell


Southern Company


Valero Energy


The goal of the annual evaluations is to not only bring the latest information and guidance to our readers, but also encourage active outreach and diversity policies among corporations and government agencies. The lists were compiled from market research, independent research, diversity conference participation and survey responses that were performed by DiversityComm’s agents and/or affiliates. This year, hundreds of companies and institutions participated.

The results are published in the spring issue of Black EOE Journal and available on newsstands mid-April.  Published by DiversityComm, Black EOE Journal is dedicated to promoting the advancement of multicultural women in all aspects of business and employment to ensure equal opportunity. Part 2 of our Best of the Best series, featuring Top Diversity Employers, Top Supplier Diversity Programs, Top MBA Schools, Top Disability-Friendly Companies and Top LGBT-Friendly Companies will be published in the summer issue, available mid-July.  The fall issue will feature its Top HBCUs and Colleges published mid-October. DiversityComm also publishes Hispanic Network Magazine, Professional Woman’s Magazine, U.S. Veterans Magazine and Diversity in STEAM Magazine, along with its newest publication, DIVERSEability Magazine.

For more information about the annual Best of the Best survey or Black EOE Journal, please contact the research department at (800) 487-5099 or e-email surveys@diversitycomm.net .

About Black EOE Journal (BEOEJ)

The Black EOE Journal (BEOEJ) is the African American career and business connection. Our mission is to be the epicenter of information utilizing our channels of distribution in print and digital media. As one of the strongest growing African American publications in the nation, our mission is to inform, educate, employ and provide equal opportunity to corporate America in order to create a more diverse workplace.

We provide the latest, most important diversity news, covering virtually every industry, business and profession. This includes up-to-date statistics on workforce diversity as well as business-to-business trends. We offer both recruitment and business opportunities, along with accurate, timely conferences and event calendars. And, just as important, we spotlight inspiring role models and notable mentors. BEOEJ is a WBENC-certified.

BLACK EOE JOURNAL ANNOUNCES ITS 2016 FALL BEST OF THE BEST RESULTS LISTS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Top HBCUs and Colleges & Universities

(Irvine, California) – October 15, 2016 – Black EOE Journal (BEOEJ) today released the results of its review of the nation’s Best of the Best Top HBCUs and Colleges &
Universities
.

Black EOE Journal, now celebrating its 25th year of diversity, polled hundreds of Fortune 1000 companies for its 2016 Best of the Best evaluations. BEOEJ is one of the nation’s fastest-growing magazines, promoting the advancement of African Americans in all aspects of education, business and employment to ensure equal opportunity. The outstanding efforts toward this promotion make these educational institutions leaders in the quest for true diversity, and we commend them all.

The annual review is an evaluation of the nation’s colleges and HBCUs diversity initiatives. It provides non-biased results that are valuable resources for students, future enrollees, job-seekers, senior management, employment agencies and consumer groups.

This year’s recognitions include the following, in alphabetical order:

Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University


Alabama State University


Albany State University


Alcorn State University


Allen University


Arkansas Baptist College


Bennett College


Bethune-Cookman University


Bluefield State College


Bowie State University


Central State University


Cheyney University of Pennsylvania


Claflin University


Clark Atlanta University


Coppin State University


Dillard University


Elizabeth City State University


Fayetteville State University


Fisk University


Florida A&M University


Fort Valley State University


Hampton University


Howard University


Huston-Tillotson University


Jackson State University


Johnson C. Smith University


Kentucky State University


Langston University


LeMoyne-Owen College


Lincoln University


Livingstone College


Morehouse College


North Carolina A&T State University


Oakwood University


Philander Smith College


South Carolina State University


Spelman College


Tennessee State University


Tougaloo College


Tuskegee University


University of the District of Columbia


Virginia State University


Xavier University of Louisiana


Columbia University


Cornell University


Dartmouth College


Delaware State University


Duke University


Emory University


Georgetown University


Harvard University


Morgan State University


North Carolina Central University


Northwestern University


Stanford University


University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


University of Pennsylvania (Wharton)


University of Texas–El Paso


University of Virginia


The goal of the annual evaluations is to not only bring the latest information and guidance to our readers but also encourage active outreach and diversity policies among educational institutions. The lists were compiled from market research, independent research, diversity conference participation and survey responses that were performed by DiversityComm’s agents and/or affiliates. This year, hundreds of institutions participated.

The results are published in the fall issue of Black EOE Journal and available on newsstands mid-October. Published by DiversityComm, Black EOE Journal is dedicated to promoting the advancement of African Americans in all aspects of education, business and employment to ensure equal opportunity. DiversityComm also publishes HISPANIC Network Magazine, Professional Woman’s Magazine, U.S. Veterans Magazine, Diversity in STEAM Magazine and DIVERSEability Magazine.

For more information about the annual Best of the Best survey or Black EOE Journal, please contact the research department at (800) 487-5099 or e-email surveys@diversitycomm.net.

About Black EOE Journal (BEOEJ)

The Black EOE Journal (BEOEJ) is the African American career and business connection. Our mission is to be the epicenter of information utilizing our channels of distribution in print and digital media. As one of the strongest growing African American publications in the nation, our mission is to inform, educate, employ and provide equal opportunity to corporate America in order to create a more diverse workplace.

We provide the latest, most important diversity news, covering virtually every industry, business and profession. This includes up-to-date statistics on workforce diversity as well as business-to-business trends. We offer both recruitment and business opportunities, along with accurate, timely conferences and event calendars. And, just as important, we spotlight inspiring role models and notable mentors. BEOEJ is a WBENC-certified company.

BLACK EOE JOURNAL ANNOUNCES ITS 2016 SUMMER BEST OF THE BEST RESULTS LISTS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Top Employers, Supplier Diversity Programs, Disability-Friendly Companies, LGBT-Friendly Companies and MBA Programs

(Irvine, California) – July 15, 2016 – Black EOE Journal (BEOEJ) today released the results of its review of the nation’s Best of the Best Top Employers, Supplier Diversity Programs, Disability-Friendly Companies, LGBT-Friendly Companies and MBA Programs.

Black EOE Journal, now celebrating its 25th year of diversity, polled hundreds of Fortune 1000 companies for its 2016 Best of the Best evaluations. BEOEJ is one of the nation’s fastest-growing magazines, promoting the advancement of African Americans in all aspects of business and employment to ensure equal opportunity. The outstanding efforts toward this promotion make these companies leaders in the quest for true diversity, and we commend them all.

The annual review is an evaluation of the nation’s employers, initiatives and government agencies. It provides non-biased results that are valuable resources for job-seekers, business owners, students, consumers, senior management, business associations, employment agencies and consumer groups.

This year’s winners include the following, in alphabetical order:

Abbott Laboratories


AbbVie


Accenture


ADP


Aetna


ALDI


Allstate Insurance Company


American Airlines


American Express


Anthem


AT&T


Bank of America


BASF


Capital One


Citigroup


Colgate-Palmolive


Comcast-NBCUniversal


Cox Communications


Cummins


CVS Health


Dell


Deloitte


Delta Air Lines, Inc.


Eli Lilly and Company


EY


FCA


Federal Reserve System


Ford Motor Company


General Electric


General Mills


General Motors Corporation


Georgia Pacific


GlaxoSmithKline


Hess Corporation


Hilton Worldwide


HP


HPE


IBM


JLL


JPMorgan Chase


Kaiser Permanente


Kellogg Company


KeyCorp


KPMG LLP


Lockheed Martin


Lowe’s Companies, Inc.


Marriott International


MasterCard Worldwide


Medtronic


Merck


Monsanto


MUFG Union Bank


Nationwide


National Credit Union Administration


New York Life


Nielsen


Northrop Grumman Corporation


Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation


Oak Ridge Associated Universities


Oracle


PNC Financial Opportunities


PricewaterhouseCoopers


Procter & Gamble


Prudential Financial


Robert Half


S.C. Johnson & Sons Inc.


Sodexo, USA


Southern Company


State Farm Insurance


State Street


Target


TD Bank


The Walt Disney Company


TIAA-CREF


Toyota Motor North America


Travelers


Verizon Communications


Wellmark


Wells Fargo and Company


Walgreens


Abbott Laboratories


Accenture


AT&T


Bank of America


Bristol-Myers Squibb


Comcast NBCUniversal


Comerica


Consolidated Edison Company


CVS Health


Dell


DTE Energy


Ericsson


FCA


Ford Motor Company


Freddie Mac


General Mills


General Motors Corporation


Hilton Worldwide


Honda


JLL


JPMorgan Chase


Lockheed Martin


Lowe’s


Marriott International


Merck


National Grid


Nationwide Insurance


Nielsen


Pacific Gas and Electric Co.


Pepsico


PNC Financial Opportunities


Raytheon


Robert Half


Sempra


State Farm Insurance


The Coca Cola Company


The Kroger Company


Time Warner


Toyota Motor North America


Verizon


Vizient Inc.


Walgreens


Walmart Stores, Inc.


Wells Fargo and Company


Xerox Corporation


Aetna


AT&T


Charles Schwab


Colgate


CVS Health


EY


GlaxoSmithKline


HP


HPE


IBM


JPMorgan Chase


Kaiser Permanente


KPMG LLP


Lockheed Martin


Merck


Monsanto


Novartis


Prudential


S.C. Johnson & Sons


Sodexo USA


TD Bank


Verizon


Walgreens


Wellmark


Apple


AT&T


Charles Schwab


Chevron


CVS Health


Dell


EY


Fannie Mae


Ford Motor Company


General Motors Corporation


HP


HPE


JPMorgan Chase


Kellogg Company


KPMG LLP


Marriott International


MUFG Union Bank


Prudential


Target


The Hershey Company


Time Warner


United Health Group


Wellmark


Carnegie Mellon University (Tepper)


Columbia University


Cornell University (Johnson)


Dartmouth College (Tuck)


Duke University ( Fuqua)


Emory University (Goizueta)


Georgetown University (McDonough)


Harvard Business School


Indiana University Bloomington ( Kelley)


Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Sloan)


New York University (Stern)


Northwestern University (Kellogg)


Ohio State University Fisher College of Business


Stanford Graduate School of Business


University of California, Berkeley (Haas)


University of California, Los Angeles ( Anderson)


University of Chicago (Booth)


University of Michigan, Ann Arbor ( Ross)


University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill ( Kenan-Flager)


University of Pennsylvania ( Wharton)


University of Southern California Marshall School of Business


University of Texas, Austin (McCombs)


University of Texas, El Paso School of Business


University of Virginia (Darden)


Yale University


The goal of the annual evaluations is to not only bring the latest information and guidance to our readers but also encourage active outreach and diversity policies among corporations and government agencies. The lists were compiled from market research, independent research, diversity conference participation and survey responses that were performed by DiversityComm’s agents and/or affiliates. This year, hundreds of companies and institutions participated.

The results are published in the summer issue of Black EOE Journal and available on newsstands mid-July. Published by DiversityComm, Black EOE Journal is dedicated to promoting the advancement of African Americans in all aspects of business and employment to ensure equal opportunity. Part 3 of our Best of the Best series, featuring Top Colleges & HBCUs will be published in the fall issue, available mid-October. DiversityComm also publishes HISPANIC Network Magazine, Professional Woman’s Magazine, U.S. Veterans Magazine and Diversity in STEAM Magazine, along with its newest publication, DIVERSEability Magazine.

For more information about the annual Best of the Best survey or Black EOE Journal, please contact the research department at (800) 487-5099 or e-email surveys@diversitycomm.net.

About Black EOE Journal (BEOEJ)

The Black EOE Journal (BEOEJ) is the African American career and business connection. Our mission is to be the epicenter of information utilizing our channels of distribution in print and digital media. As one of the strongest growing African American publications in the nation, our mission is to inform, educate, employ and provide equal opportunity to corporate America in order to create a more diverse workplace.

We provide the latest, most important diversity news, covering virtually every industry, business and profession. This includes up-to-date statistics on workforce diversity as well as business-to-business trends. We offer both recruitment and business opportunities, along with accurate, timely conferences and event calendars. And, just as important, we spotlight inspiring role models and notable mentors. BEOEJ is a WBENC-certified company.

BLACK EOE JOURNAL ANNOUNCES ITS 2016 SPRING BEST OF THE BEST RESULTS LISTS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Top Government and Law Enforcement Agencies; Top Insurance Companies; Top Financial & Banking Companies; Top Healthcare, Pharmaceutical & Biotech Companies and Top Utilities, Energy, Gas & Oil Companies

(Irvine, California) – April 15, 2016 – Black EOE Journal (BEOEJ) today released the results of its review of the nation’s Best of the Best Government and Law Enforcement Agencies; Insurance Companies; Financial & Banking Companies; Healthcare, Pharmaceutical & Biotech Companies and Utilities, Energy, Gas & Oil Companies.

Black EOE Journal, now celebrating its 25th year of diversity, polled hundreds of Fortune 1000 companies for its 2016 Best of the Best evaluations. BEOEJ is one of the nation’s fastest-growing magazines, promoting the advancement of African Americans in all aspects of business and employment to ensure equal opportunity. The outstanding efforts toward this promotion make these companies leaders in the quest for true diversity, and we commend them all.

The annual review is an evaluation of the nation’s employers, initiatives and government agencies. It provides non-biased results that are valuable resources for job-seekers, business owners, students, consumers, senior management, business associations, employment agencies and consumer groups.

This year’s winners include the following, in alphabetical order:

Air Force Civilian Service (AFCS)


Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL)


Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA)


Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA)


Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)


National Security Agency (NSA)


Transportation Security Administration (TSA)


United States Postal Service (USPS)


U.S. Coast Guard and Civilian Careers (USCG)


U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC)


U.S. Secret Service (USSS)


American Express Company


Bank of America


BMO Harris Bank


Capital One Financial Corporation


Citi


Edward Jones


Federal Reserve


Fidelity


Freddie Mac


Goldman Sachs


JPMorgan Chase


Lincoln Financial


National Credit Union Administration


PNC Financial Services Group


Principal Financial Group


Prudential


PricewaterhouseCoopers


Regions Financial Corporation


SunTrust


TD Bank


Vanguard Group


U.S. Bancorp


Wells Fargo


Allstate Insurance Company


Aetna


Erie Insurance


MetLife, Inc.


Nationwide


Progressive Insurance


State Farm Insurance Company


Travelers Insurance Company


Abbott Laboratories


Amgen


Astellas Pharma US, Inc.


AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals, Inc.


Bayer


Biogen Idec Inc.


Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc.


Bristol-Myers Squibb Company


Eisai Pharmaceuticals


Eli Lilly & Company


Genentech Inc.


Genzyme Corporation


Gilead


GSK


Highmark Health


Johnson & Johnson


Merck


Mylan


Novartis


Pfizer


Roche


Sanofi


Amren Corporation


Chevron


Conoco Phillips


Consolidated Edison


Dominion Resources


DTE Energy


Duke Energy


EOG Resources, Inc.


Exelon Corporation


Exxon Mobil Corporation


Hess Corporation


National Grid


Occidental Petroleum


Pacific Gas and Electric Company


Pepco Holdings


Public Service Enterprise Group


Southern Company


Valero Energy


The goal of the annual evaluations is to not only bring the latest information and guidance to our readers, but also encourage active outreach and diversity policies among corporations and government agencies. The lists were compiled from market research, independent research, diversity conference participation and survey responses that were performed by DiversityComm’s agents and/or affiliates. This year, hundreds of companies and institutions participated.

The results are published in the spring issue of Black EOE Journal and available on newsstands mid-April.  Published by DiversityComm, Black EOE Journal is dedicated to promoting the advancement of multicultural women in all aspects of business and employment to ensure equal opportunity. Part 2 of our Best of the Best series, featuring Top Diversity Employers, Top Supplier Diversity Programs, Top MBA Schools, Top Disability-Friendly Companies and Top LGBT-Friendly Companies will be published in the summer issue, available mid-July.  The fall issue will feature its Top HBCUs and Colleges published mid-October. DiversityComm also publishes Hispanic Network Magazine, Professional Woman’s Magazine, U.S. Veterans Magazine and Diversity in STEAM Magazine, along with its newest publication, DIVERSEability Magazine.

For more information about the annual Best of the Best survey or Black EOE Journal, please contact the research department at (800) 487-5099 or e-email surveys@diversitycomm.net .

About Black EOE Journal (BEOEJ)

The Black EOE Journal (BEOEJ) is the African American career and business connection. Our mission is to be the epicenter of information utilizing our channels of distribution in print and digital media. As one of the strongest growing African American publications in the nation, our mission is to inform, educate, employ and provide equal opportunity to corporate America in order to create a more diverse workplace.

We provide the latest, most important diversity news, covering virtually every industry, business and profession. This includes up-to-date statistics on workforce diversity as well as business-to-business trends. We offer both recruitment and business opportunities, along with accurate, timely conferences and event calendars. And, just as important, we spotlight inspiring role models and notable mentors. BEOEJ is a WBENC-certified company.

BLACK EOE JOURNAL ANNOUNCES ITS 2016 FALL BEST OF THE BEST RESULTS LISTS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Top HBCUs and Colleges & Universities

(Irvine, California) – October 15, 2016 – Black EOE Journal (BEOEJ) today released the results of its review of the nation’s Best of the Best Top HBCUs and Colleges &
Universities
.

Black EOE Journal, now celebrating its 25th year of diversity, polled hundreds of Fortune 1000 companies for its 2016 Best of the Best evaluations. BEOEJ is one of the nation’s fastest-growing magazines, promoting the advancement of African Americans in all aspects of education, business and employment to ensure equal opportunity. The outstanding efforts toward this promotion make these educational institutions leaders in the quest for true diversity, and we commend them all.

The annual review is an evaluation of the nation’s colleges and HBCUs diversity initiatives. It provides non-biased results that are valuable resources for students, future enrollees, job-seekers, senior management, employment agencies and consumer groups.

This year’s recognitions include the following, in alphabetical order:

Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University


Alabama State University


Albany State University


Alcorn State University


Allen University


Arkansas Baptist College


Bennett College


Bethune-Cookman University


Bluefield State College


Bowie State University


Central State University


Cheyney University of Pennsylvania


Claflin University


Clark Atlanta University


Coppin State University


Dillard University


Elizabeth City State University


Fayetteville State University


Fisk University


Florida A&M University


Fort Valley State University


Hampton University


Howard University


Huston-Tillotson University


Jackson State University


Johnson C. Smith University


Kentucky State University


Langston University


LeMoyne-Owen College


Lincoln University


Livingstone College


Morehouse College


North Carolina A&T State University


Oakwood University


Philander Smith College


South Carolina State University


Spelman College


Tennessee State University


Tougaloo College


Tuskegee University


University of the District of Columbia


Virginia State University


Xavier University of Louisiana


Columbia University


Cornell University


Dartmouth College


Delaware State University


Duke University


Emory University


Georgetown University


Harvard University


Morgan State University


North Carolina Central University


Northwestern University


Stanford University


University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


University of Pennsylvania (Wharton)


University of Texas–El Paso


University of Virginia


The goal of the annual evaluations is to not only bring the latest information and guidance to our readers but also encourage active outreach and diversity policies among educational institutions. The lists were compiled from market research, independent research, diversity conference participation and survey responses that were performed by DiversityComm’s agents and/or affiliates. This year, hundreds of institutions participated.

The results are published in the fall issue of Black EOE Journal and available on newsstands mid-October. Published by DiversityComm, Black EOE Journal is dedicated to promoting the advancement of African Americans in all aspects of education, business and employment to ensure equal opportunity. DiversityComm also publishes HISPANIC Network Magazine, Professional Woman’s Magazine, U.S. Veterans Magazine, Diversity in STEAM Magazine and DIVERSEability Magazine.

For more information about the annual Best of the Best survey or Black EOE Journal, please contact the research department at (800) 487-5099 or e-email surveys@diversitycomm.net.

About Black EOE Journal (BEOEJ)

The Black EOE Journal (BEOEJ) is the African American career and business connection. Our mission is to be the epicenter of information utilizing our channels of distribution in print and digital media. As one of the strongest growing African American publications in the nation, our mission is to inform, educate, employ and provide equal opportunity to corporate America in order to create a more diverse workplace.

We provide the latest, most important diversity news, covering virtually every industry, business and profession. This includes up-to-date statistics on workforce diversity as well as business-to-business trends. We offer both recruitment and business opportunities, along with accurate, timely conferences and event calendars. And, just as important, we spotlight inspiring role models and notable mentors. BEOEJ is a WBENC-certified company.

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