The Diversity Movement & RTP DEI Collective Partnership
The collaboration between The Diversity Movement and RTP DEI Collective creates a powerful partnership for Research Triangle Park (RTP) companies and their employees to help illuminate the true nature of the Research Triangle as a welcoming and diverse community.
Meet the Team
The Research Triangle Foundation Strategic Engagement Team exists to make connections between people, companies and universities. Their understanding of our unique community and expertise in building strong relationships among local business, government and education are key to supporting the RTF mission.
Crossroads RTP Podcast
With this monthly podcast series, our strategic engagement duo Ray and Sarah will cover everything from talent, DEI, RTP, the Triangle Region and beyond. Hit that play button!
300 in 100
Connecting and establishing relationships with all 300 companies in the Park in 100 days.
The Owners and Tenants leadership team strives to connect and work in partnership with all our park companies, to advance our position as a major influencer aligned to the Research Triangle Foundation, as it is our belief and social responsibility to share knowledge and common goals to create a unified community for which all RTP partners can benefit and thrive.
Our team has identified five key initiatives that will help us fulfill our mission. Expand each window below to learn more and get involved.
2020/2021 STEM Grant Recipients
Based in Research Triangle Park, Code the Dream (CTD) offers free intensive training in software development to people from diverse, low-income backgrounds. Students work with experienced mentors to build apps and technology platforms for start-ups, nonprofits, and government clients. They then use that experience to launch new careers that benefit themselves, their families, and their communities.
Women NC’s mission is to empower the next generation to advance gender equality in North Carolina. Its Leadership Training Program is a competitive application-based opportunity for college and university students. The scholars work closely with mentors from RTI’s Global Gender Center to conduct research on issues affecting women, formulate policy and budget recommendations that address gender equity, and then present their findings to elected officials.
Kramden provides technology tools and training to bridge the digital divide. It collects, refurbishes, and awards computers to students and families without a computer in their home. It also teaches students of all ages critical computer, software, and Internet skills, and recycles and reuses donated computers and parts to reduce e-waste.