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October 16, 2015
For the past 18 years, FedEx has maintained a successful relationship with Black Enterprise (BE), a premier business, investing and wealth-building media resource that reaches more than 50 million people via its monthly magazine, social media and televised business programs. Since 2005, BE has also consistently cited FedEx as one of America’s “40 Best Companies
September 8, 2014
Jeana Littrell, Vice President of Employment Litigation at FedEx Express, recently accepted the Memphis Interfaith 2014 “Outstanding Corporate Citizenship Award” on behalf of FedEx at the 8th Annual Interfaith Dinner in Memphis. Memphis Mayor AC Wharton and Shelby County Mayor Mark Luttrell presented the award to FedEx during the program. Members of the Multi-Faith Network at FedEx were also in attendance and provided tremendous support for the event.
September 4, 2012
Moving at the speed of need, NBA legend, businessman and philanthropist Earvin “Magic” Johnson is sending hundreds of kids to college; making computers accessible to the poor; offering free health screenings and awareness programs to communities across America, and giving FedEx kudos for being a part of the vision. Click on the video below to hear what Magic Johnson and his college scholars are saying about FedEx.
January 11, 2012
Standing at 6 feet, 9 inches, Magic Johnson is probably the world’s tallest elf. For 13 years, the legendary NBA hall-of-famer was the big guy on basketball courts. Today, he’s just as famous for having a big heart for community service. The Magic Johnson Foundation, established in 1991, serves more than 250,000 disadvantaged persons annually through a variety of community outreach services.
August 17, 2010
“While climbing the corporate ladder, they didn’t forget the community.”They came to Detroit to share wisdom, tell life-changing stories, and point to possibilities. Five FedEx women – all accomplished leaders, all community-minded – left a glowing imprint on the young women who sat transfixed before them during a “Leadership in Corporate America” career session presented by The Links, Incorporated and sponsored by FedEx. The event was hosted during the Links’ annual conference.