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August 7, 2012

Celebrating Diversity and Inclusiveness at FedEx

In the latest edition of the Diverse Appeal, read about:A FedEx team member’s adoption of two orphans from UkraineRecruiting and managing millennialsHow FedEx supports Dress for SuccessAnd much more…Summer 2012 Issue.

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March 8, 2012

Leadership from China and Supporting Young Entrepreneurs in Africa: Diversity and Inclusion at FedEx

In this edition of the Diverse Appeal:-Rebecca Yeung's rise from a small town in China to her leadership position at FedEx-Entrepreneurship in Africa-Two women bond during their fight against cancer-Much more...View the Diverse Appeal online

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August 31, 2011

Supporting Black Journalists

The first thing that always jumps out at me is that this group collectively looks much sharper than most of the journalists I remember from my years in the newsroom. Sharp, professional and young…No, make that very, very young.

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January 11, 2011

FedEx Diverse Appeal: Minorities in Aviation, Supplier Diversity and much more

The latest edition of the FedEx Diverse Appeal covers topics like Minorities in Aviation and Supplier Diversity. We'll also take you on fascinating trips to The Philippines, Toronto and Ghana. Read more: http://blog.fedex.designcdt.com/sites/default/files/diverseappealwinter_2010.pdf

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March 31, 2009

Taking Recess for the March of Dimes

Remember what recess was like back when you were in grade school? If the weather was nice, you probably couldn’t wait to race outside to romp and play. Fun was usually the order of the day.A team of FedEx employees recently rekindled those days of yore with a few twists. Instead of a schoolyard playground, the fun and games will take place in the corner of a parking lot at the FedEx World Technology Center in Collierville, Tenn. Instead of young children, the participants were gleeful FedEx employees on their lunch break.

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March 16, 2009

FedEx Aids Daffodil Days to Help Defeat Cancer

Although she’s not the type to brag, Nan Malebranche deserves much credit for transforming the delivery component of the American Cancer Society’s Daffodil Days program from an amateurish operation largely run from the trunks of cars in her area into a smooth and efficient process with the help of FedEx.

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