In this installment, PPL employee April Tou provides glimpse into the uniqueness of being Asian American.
Category: Inclusion and Diversity
PPL’s Walk a Mile in My Shoes blog series highlights the uniqueness of our employees so we can build understanding, encourage compassion and foster a culture of inclusion and belonging at PPL and in the communities we serve.
In honor of National Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, PPL employees share their views on the importance of diversity, equity and inclusion and provide practical ways to be a good ally in the face of adversity.
Black History Month is a great time to reflect on the accomplishments of Black Americans. Here’s a list of Black American trailblazers who made major contributions to our society despite steep hurdles.
A lesson in courage: Civil rights activist shares her experience joining Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in historic march for equality
Thelma Brooks, mother of PPL employee, imparts lessons in perseverance and standing up for what is right – lessons that continue to inspire change today.
The work of ASSETS Lancaster is helping countless business expand.
Dave Brumbaugh has spent the last 20 years pursuing one goal – to educate and create well-rounded musicians.
Founder of Unidos goes above and beyond to serve the marginalized and underserved populations of the Lehigh Valley
Yamelisa Taveras is dedicated to empowering unity and self-investment to level the playing field for all.
Her dedication to help thousands of victims and their families find safety and healing has earned her a Bright Lights grant. Read about the impact she has on those coping with the trauma of abuse.
The center aims to develop and support teens so they can become their greatest self regardless of challenges. As a Bright Lights grant recipient, we applaud her efforts.