DTCC strives to cultivate an environment that welcomes diverse backgrounds and perspectives, encourages community involvement and promotes work-life balance, enabling employees to do their best work, make a difference and thrive. Here, DTCC employees share their experiences on how an inclusive work environment, active community service involvement and work-life balance have helped to propel their careers.
One of our Corporate Social Responsibility Ambassadors shares how his experience has helped him build a network of young professionals and develop leadership skills while supporting charitable causes.
Three working mothers at DTCC took the time to share how they’re managing working motherhood under these unique circumstances — and how DTCC has supported them every step of the way.
Many companies talk about the importance of developing women leaders, but DTCC’s Advancing Women Leaders (AWL) program is proof of how to do it right. I’m one of 16 women participating in the two-year career development program, and it has been one of the most empowering experiences of my professional life.
Santa Rosa Elementary School Central is a large green and yellow two-story building located in the heart of Santa Rosa, Laguna in Manila. At first sight, it doesn’t look like a place of learning, but there’s no mistaking the buzz of young people as you approach the courtyard. The school has come a long way since it opened nearly 40 years ago, growing to more than 2,500 students and 52 teachers, but over time parts of the campus have begun to show their age.
Sometimes two people can look at the same thing and see it very differently. That was a lesson I learned when I participated in DTCC’s Men Advocating for Real Change (MARC) Leaders Workshop, a program designed to help create an inclusive workplace and teach the importance of becoming strong advocates, sponsors and allies.
One of my passions in life is sharing my culture, celebrating what makes each of us unique and creating learning opportunities for people of different backgrounds. That’s why I joined the Black Organizers and Leaders of DTCC (BOLD) employee resource group shortly after I arrived at DTCC in 2012.
When a request for donations of phone equipment for the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center COVID-19 hospital in Manhattan went out, DTCC employees responded quickly to help doctors, nurses and healthcare workers to stay in contact about patient progress throughout the massive convention center.
Suzanne Head, Underwriting Senior Analyst, Global Operations and Client Services - Asset Services, is making a big difference in DTCC Wrexham. She has been the site’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Ambassador for two years and through her role, she is helping the organization build a close-knit, collaborative, philanthropic base in Wrexham.
As a member of the DTCC Workplace Design & Services team, Nick Dalesandro has dedicated his career to environmental sustainability. For Nick, protecting the environment is more than a slogan: it’s the single most important thing he thinks about every day.
Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives are embedded in the DTCC culture. James La Russo, DTCC GOCS Securities Processing Lead Specialist and CSR Ambassador, explains how his CSR journey is helping him make an impact in his community.
Last week, I proudly joined with other Florida business community leaders in signing the Florida Competitive Workforce Act (FCWA) on behalf of DTCC. The FCWA is designed to make Florida more competitive in the national and global marketplace through adopting LGBTQ+ non-discrimination policies.
In the final part of our series celebrating Gay Pride Month, Wesley Diggory, GOCS Corporate Actions Specialist from DTCC Wrexham, shares how DTCC makes him feel welcome and encourages him to develop his skills through participation in the company’s LGBTA BPN.
In the second part of our series celebrating Gay Pride Month, John Portugal, DTCC Business Development Executive based in Manila, Philippines, shares how DTCC’s supportive and inclusive environment allows him to be his most authentic self.
In the first of our series celebrating Gay Pride Month, Claude Gorham Jr. shares how DTCC makes him feel valued in a way he’s never experienced before in his professional career.
Seiji K. from DTCC Tokyo shares his CSR involvement, and how giving back has been instrumental to his personal and professional growth.
Rholda T., Global Operations and Client Services (GOCS) Securities Processing Team Lead, applauds DTCC’s inclusive environment for embracing her unique perspectives and propelling her personal and professional growth.
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