Racism, social injustice, and discrimination remain within our society and within the business community at large. WCNY is committed to ensuring fair and humane treatment, and equal opportunity for every human being, no matter one's skin color, ethnicity, race or identity.

The Wharton Club of New York (WCNY) represents the largest group of Wharton alumni on this planet with approximately 25,000 alumni in the New York metropolitan area. As business leaders, our imprint on the businesses we touch is vast.

As Wharton alumni and business leaders, we embrace diversity and inclusion not only because it makes good business sense to do so, but because it is the right thing to do. Acknowledging the problem and making a stand are insufficient. WCNY has established the Equality Task Force to take action in working with business leaders to speed the process of ending systemic racism and discrimination in our workplaces and in our communities.

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Equality Task Force
Lisa Anastos, W'90
Udochi Nwogu, WG'11

Vice Chairs
Mona Aboelnaga Kanaan, W'90
Leah Burnett, WG'13
Nolan Henry, WG'08
Aaron Marks, W'90, C'90
Leslie Reyes, WG'08
Adaora Anugo,WG'18
Christine Casey, WG'17
Elliot DeSanto, WG'14
Ruth Frommer, W'78
Susan Groner, W'81
Regina Jaslow , W'971
Kofi Kankam , WG'042
Ashish Kishore, W'91, EE'91
Joan Lipitz, W'86
Amy Pietrasanta, WG'03

1 - WCNY President, Ex-Officio; 2 - WCNY Board Member, Ex-Officio

Join us and be a part of a WCNY Equality Task Force to address racism and discrimination.  If you are interested in making a difference by participating on the Equality Task Force and/or want more information about our efforts, please contact equalitytaskforce@whartonny.net.