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Executive Director, Corporate Social Responsibility; Executive Director, The FS Foundation, FS Investments
Mia oversees FS Investments’ CSR initiatives and serves as Executive Director of the FS Investments Foundation, the firm’s philanthropic arm. Mia also serves as the interim Executive Director of Philadelphia Financial Scholars, a nonprofit FS Investments founded in partnership with the University of Pennsylvania that provides financial literacy education to students and their families. Mia is a 2019 Philadelphia Business Journal Women of Distinction honoree.
Partner, Business Tax Services, KPMG LLP
Sun Lee has more than 22 years of experience in business tax services. With a focus on DEI, Sun has served as President for the Philadelphia chapter of the National Association of Asian American Professionals (NAAAP) and a board member of the Asian American Chamber of Commerce of Greater Philadelphia, and has been recognized by The Philadelphia Business Journal as a Minority Business Leader Award.
Shareholder/Philadelphia office; Diversity & Inclusion Council Member, Littler Mendelson, P.C.
Nina Markey represents and counsels employers in all aspects of employment and labor law. She also regularly conducts EEO and compliance training and has taught employment law and legal writing at Rutgers School of Law. Nina serves on Littler's Board of Directors and Diversity and Inclusion Council and is also a member of Littler’s Diversity Consulting group.
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