May 17, 2017
VOYA invites USBLN to ring NYSE Opening Bell

On May 17th, Voya Financial was recognized by the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) at the 225th Anniversary Celebration honoring companies positively impacting society. USBLN, as a partner of Voya Financial, was invited to help ring the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange.

Disability:IN and Voya at the NYSE

Disability:IN has seen first-hand how Voya is committed to diversity and inclusion. Voya had generously invited Disability:IN and four students from the Mentorship Exchange to the New York Stock Exchange.

The partnership between Disability:IN and Voya Financial has been expanding, with Rising Leaders invited to shadow Voya CEO Rodney Martin during their National Day of Service. Click to read full press release.


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