We take a unique and deliberate approach to corporate diversity.
Our mission is to cultivate Black executive leadership to strengthen companies, institutions, and communities.
We believe that our distinct model and network of alumni, and partners is driving more diverse, inclusive, and prosperous professional communities. Diverse leadership is the critical lever for igniting positive, transformative, and sustainable change.
We're a Pittsburgh-based non-profit committed to driving meaningful representation of Black executives and professionals in corporate and community leadership roles.
We're off to a great start.
Conceived in 2016 with a vision to address the lack of Black executive management in Pittsburgh's corporations, TALI partnered with Carnegie Mellon University to create an executive leadership academy to educate, develop, and position Black leaders for meaningful advancement in corporate and community roles.
With four successful Executive Leadership Academy cohorts and the introduction of an Emerging Leaders Program, the TALI alumni network is strong. With an emphasis on top-tier academic instruction, mentorship and peer collaboration across the portfolio of leadership development programs, TALI demonstrates a commitment to advancing the role and contributions of Black leaders.
We address the needs of early career to executive level Black leaders.
We seek high potential
Expand programming to build the pool of high potential candidates
We offer long-term support
Support career lifecycle of TALI alumni beyond graduation
We build a sense of community
We help to expand reach
Form new partnerships to expand reach and influence
We shape innovative models
We leverage best practices
Consolidate, publish, and disseminate research and best practices to inform corporate culture and academic curriculum
Our results show that early signs of change are happening.
Organizations in Pittsburgh actively supporting us as sponsors, representatives, and executive mentors
High-potential Black leaders representing TALI program participants and alumni