Hear from Cheryl Kern, Vice President of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at MillerKnoll, on the work her team is focused on and learn how the company is continuing to design a more equitable world and take meaningful action.
As we recognize Juneteenth at MillerKnoll, we chatted with Liza Landrum, Black Equity Team Lead and Ancillary Relationship Executive at MillerKnoll to hear her thoughts and perspectives on this important day.
Following the devastating 2010 earthquake in Haiti, an influx of plastic packaging from items like water bottles began to overwhelm local communities. See how we're partnering with OceanCycle and others along our supply chain to clean waterways and help improve livelihoods where we source ocean-bound plastic.
In honor of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, we’re recognizing Sang Kang of Global Concepts and Amanda Chevalier of Corporate Facilities, Inc. of NJ, owners of two Asian Business Enterprises a part of MillerKnoll’s procurement process and dealer distribution network.
This Women’s History Month, we’re celebrating and uplifting women, including Amy Sparks of Nuvar and Carol Espinosa of Freedom Interiors, owners of two Women Business Enterprises a part of MillerKnoll’s procurement process.
These Excellence in Supplier Diversity Awards honor corporate members that have successfully integrated supplier diversity into their business practices, with meaningful results in certified Women Business Enterprise spend.
Hispanic Heritage Month is not only a time to commemorate the contributions of those from Hispanic and LatinX identities, but a time for everyone to come together to celebrate, share culture and history, and learn from one another’s stories and experiences.
It’s Pride Month! This June, we’ve been celebrating Pride month by creating safe spaces and opportunities for our employees to show up as members of the LGBTQ+ community, an ally, or to learn and deepen understanding.
Juneteenth commemorates the official emancipation of slavery on June 19, 1865. This year at Herman Miller, employees came together to recognize Juneteenth in several ways and celebrate Black excellence.