Kristin Leayman shared her story during the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce’s LGBT Business Summit on March 6 at Moravian College in Bethlehem. PPL was one of many companies to sponsor the event, which was designed partly to instruct employers how to provide more inclusive workplaces for LGBT employees.
At PPL, we believe our differences make us stronger and bring us together. We believe we can be successful only when we look beyond our differences to find common ground and truly understand and appreciate each person’s unique qualities.
Each year, IT Systems Engineer Neil Matz, his wife, Rene, and daughter, Amanda, take a week’s vacation that changes their lives and the lives of others.
PPL joins more than 150 businesses to make unprecedented commitment to advance diversity and inclusion in the workplace
Chairman, President and CEO Bill Spence announced that PPL Corporation signed onto the CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion, the largest CEO-driven business commitment to advance diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
PPL redefines diversity during Celebrate Diversity Month. Diversity is a word often talked about with respect to our communities and workplaces — but what does it mean?
“The time is always right to do what is right.” That quote from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. exemplifies the spirit of 23 PPL volunteers who visited Bethlehem, Pa.’s Fountain Hill Elementary School on Friday, Jan. 13 to honor the memory of King.
Contribution to local center will help ensure safety of local LGBT community
Volunteer Spotlight: Employee recognized as one of the Lehigh Valley’s Women of the Year as a result of philanthropic and volunteer efforts
There are many reasons why Carrie Ward, supervisor-Information Systems at PPL, is so devoted to the community, but seeing the positive impact of her efforts is at the top of that list.
PPL Embraces Cultural Diversity and Inclusion during a Celebration to Honor National African-American History Month
“Where do we go from here?” “How do we do it better?” – These are the questions posed to a group of PPL leaders and employees during a luncheon addressing the past, the present and the future of cultural diversity and inclusion in our business and communities.