Congratulations to STCU on the ribbon cutting ceremony held at their new Pasco branch on Wednesday, October 27! Check out the beautiful new location at 5677 N. Road 68.
Congratulations to GenesisCare Northwest on being named the Regional Chamber's Member of the Month for October 2021
GenesisCare is the largest privately-owned radiology oncology provider in the world, and we are fortunate to have a center right here in the Tri-Cities.
GenesisCare and Dr. Brian Lawenda have offered top-notch care to patients in our community throughout the pandemic. Brian also goes above and beyond engaging the community – speaking at numerous public events, posting helpful health tips on his social media profiles, and often opening his home for fundraising events.
Congratulations to GenesisCare, our October Member of the Month.
Thank you to everyone who came to the ribbon cutting at Jersey Mike's Subs on Monday, October 25, 2021! The business is located at 1659 N. Columbia Center Blvd., Ste. 124 in Kennewick
In partnership with the myTRI 2030 Inclusion Council and the Tri-City Regional Chamber of Commerce, Greater Columbia Accountable Community of Health is piloting the JEDI Initiative (Environmental Justice, Equity, Diversity, Inclusion) through the JEDI Survey. The JEDI survey is an organizational assessment that will help measure the level of inclusive activities within Tri-City organizations, and help advance the vision to be a courageously authentic community that embraces its growing diversity.
If your organization is located within Benton and Franklin counties and is interested in taking the assessment, please click on the link below or contact Damia at DSafford@gcach.org. Organizations will be provided an incentive of $100.00 to take the survey which will provide GCACH a baseline for the level of DEI policy adoption within the bi-county region.
The Regional Chamber will honor an individual and a member organization with “Tri-Cities Champion of Diversity Awards” during the third day of the Tri-Cities Diversity Summit on November 17, 2021. The Chamber is asking for help from the community to identify the two most-deserving nominees.
The Tri-Cities Champion of Diversity Awards aim to recognize and commend an individual and a member organization that have demonstrated outstanding achievements and sustained commitment to the pursuit of diversity and inclusion in the community and workplace.
The nomination form and award criteria can be found here. The nomination deadline is Friday, October 22.
2020 Award Recipients:
Jordan was selected for his dedication to raising issues of diversity, promoting inter-group relations among persons of different backgrounds, and participating in a variety of corporate or community events that promote diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Pasco School District
Pasco School District (PSD) was selected because of their commitment to a diversified workforce, exhibiting visionary and insightful leadership to resolve inequities, cultivating and promoting diversity initiatives, and more. PSD has a consistent message displayed in their actions of being focused on every individual student. Their leadership is exemplified in their goals, their practices, and their community presence.