May 25, 2017
Thank You & Welcome to USBLN Board

Ann Andreosatos, VP Human Resources, New Chapter Inc. (Procter & Gamble) has served 7 years on the Disability:IN board. She was re-elected to the Board in 2012. Ann has provided immense guidance and direction to the Disability:IN and has encouraged the success of the Disability Supplier Diversity Program.

Ann Andreosatos portrait Nedra Dickson headshot

Nedra Dickson is the Global Supplier Diversity and Sustainability Lead for Accenture. Nedra has grown Accenture’s Mentoring Program – Diverse Supplier Development Program (DSDP) in four geographies (US, Canada, UKI & South Africa). Nedra brings a wealth of experience for diversity and inclusion in the supply chain and the Disability:IN looks forward to having her on the Disability:IN Board.


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