EnsembleIQ is excited to announce today that Martha Porado, managing editor of the Medical Post and Pharmacy Practice + Business, has been recognized as “Emerging Talent” for demonstrating outstanding success and leadership potential, by judges in this year's inaugural SIIA IMPACT Awards program.
Martha was one of six EnsembleIQ individuals and teams nominated for IMPACT Awards, which champion emerging talent and equity in the information industry. “We believe in fostering a positive culture that identifies and develops emerging talent, and that encourages and celebrates the diversity of our employees, customers and community,” said Jenn Litterick, in this news announcement just posted on the EnsembleIQ corporate website. “Embracing emerging talent and supporting diversity enables us to strengthen the core of our organization, allowing for continued growth, innovation and success. Diversity, Equity and Inclusion is not just another buzz phrase at EnsembleIQ. It’s an important business practice for our company and our customers to succeed.”
Other EnsembleIQ nominees included:
Whitney Gregson, Senior Director, Digital Operations, who leads the Customer Success Team, described as a “rising star” who is passionate about process improvements and efficiencies and creating an outstanding environment for her team, and helping the company achieve its goals.
Mayuri Patel, Show Director, who supports the Path to Purchase Institute, Consumer Goods Technology and Retail Info Systems brand event portfolios, described as an “outstanding leader” respected among peers, managing challenges with grace, and helping the brands to succeed.
Convenience Store News, for creating a DEI program true to its mission of providing the community it serves with news, insights and analysis to drive business forward. The brand has effectively facilitated convenience industry engagement around diversity and inclusion.
Hospitality Technology, for an awards program and content focusing on empowerment of women, honoring outstanding women working for restaurant companies and their suppliers, and providing DEI advice often authored by members of NextUP (formerly the Network for Executive Women).
The EnsembleIQ DEI Council, activating pathways for engaging employees in equity and belonging efforts, including diversity recruiting, diversity internships, community service volunteering, monthly speakers highlighting action and allyship, education and interactive content.