In February, we celebrate the rich and vibrant history, culture and achievements of the Black community, while remembering the many challenges faced over hundreds of years. While it is a month of celebration, it is also a time of reflection – to recognize, learn and participate. Education, awareness and action are critical to understanding and inclusion, and we all have a part to play.
You can do your part and commit to action. Two of our Inclusion and Diversity (I&D) Executive Council members, Eric Miller Jr. and Heather Campbell share ways you can get involved, learn and celebrate this Black History Month.
Eric Miller Jr., our Director of Marketing West for USNG, is an advocate for inclusion – both in our workplaces and in the community. As an I&D Executive Council member, he is committed to and excited about creating a more diverse, equitable and inclusive workplace, for the benefit of our business, customers and communities. Eric currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Positive Black Male Association of Houston and has previously served on the Board of Project Row Houses and the Houston Area Urban League Young Professionals.
Heather Campbell is a passionate champion for inclusion. At TC Energy, she is the Team Lead for our Legal Registry team in Calgary and member of our I&D Executive Council. Heather is an engaged, lifelong volunteer in the community, actively sharing her talents, resources and time by participating and leading a purposely diverse range of organizations. She is a board director with Arts Commons, a member of the Advisory Council for Western Engineering, the People’s Warden at St. Stephen’s Anglican Church, and a Commissioner with the Calgary Police Commission. She is the former co-chair of Alberta’s Anti-Racism Advisory Council.
5 ways you can get involved, shared by Eric:
5 more ways you can get involved, shared by Heather:
Thank you, Eric and Heather, for sharing so many ways to get involved. We’re ready to listen, learn and celebrate.
Empower, our workforce giving and volunteering program, enables our employees to give back to the causes that are most important to them. This month, we're highlighting causes to support the Black community. Learn more about Empower.
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