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Cox Enterprises 100 Black Men of America

Cox Enterprises announced a national diversity partnership with 100 black men of America, Inc. (the 100). Through the partnership, Cox will support the organization’s Collegiate 100 (C100) program that engages African-American college students and prepares them for educational and economic success. The partnership includes each of Cox Enterprises’ major divisions (Cox Communications, Cox Media Group and Cox Automotive).

“This partnership demonstrates Cox’s ongoing commitment to a diverse workforce and to being a good corporate citizen in the communities we serve,” said Rock Anderson, a member of the 100 black men of Atlanta Chapter and Cox Automotive’s senior vice president and chief people officer. “By partnering with 100 black men of America’s C100 program, we are utilizing our employees’ expertise to help prepare today’s civic-minded college students for ongoing success. We’ve partnered with the 100 organization for several years in Atlanta and are excited to expand this relationship to Cox markets in other cities throughout the country.”

Across its network of more than 100 national and international chapters, the organization’s signature Mentoring the 100 Way Across A Lifetime® and C100 programs positively impact the lives of tomorrow’s leaders. Chapters deliver unique, innovative mentoring initiatives that are locally relevant and change the lives of tens of thousands of youth and young adults annually.

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