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According to a recent analysis by USA Today, of the 279 senior executives listedin the top 50 companies in the S&P 100, 274 are white, Hispanic, Asian or other ethnicity while only 5 are black. This list includes executives who retired or left in the last reporting year. With a disproportionate number of black executives, finding senior executives of color can be a challenge, a challenge Anastasia Williams has sought to help us overcome.
Curation. Culture. Community. These are the words used to describe the Anastasia Williams brand as the Founder and Chief Curator of TheAList, an exclusive community of BIPOC C-Suite and senior brand and corporate executives. These companies
While working as an event strategistB2B events, Williams found that Color's C-Suite executives were excluded from business events at industry conferences. she therefore took matters into her own hands, deliberately including these frameworks. plus making sure they got invitations, williams started working with them as client resources for meetings and knowing this experience, thealist was born.
TheAList has become the unmissable event for organizers of world conferences for
Anastasia 's career began in the music industry, where she was responsible for coordinating the daily itineraries of
She believes in the power of persistence and wants other black professionals to never give up. In her endeavors, Williams has built an organization of which she is proud, supporting a community of professionals who represent perseverance and excellence among Black, Latino, Asian, Native American and Middle Eastern ethnic and racial groups to thenational and international level.
When asked where she sees herself in five years, her answer is simple: "grow TheAList by investing in companies which in turn will support [their] members.