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William T. Rolack, Sr.

 

William is currently the National President for the National Association of African Americans in Human Resources. NAAAHR exists to provide a unique global forum for the career development of Black and African American human resources professionals.

NAAAHR is an inspirational and unique career development and networking powerhouse for over 15,000 Black and African American human resources practitioners and those who are aligned with our goals to provide: Networking, Career Opportunities, Educational and Professional Development, Mentorship and Coaching and Tools, Tips and Resources.

William’s experiences include 24 years of combined Human Resources and Global Diversity & Inclusion strategy development. Previously Senior Director of Workforce Strategy, Diversity, Inclusion and Strategic Alliances for Major League Baseball Officer of the Commissioner and Global Marketplace Diversity & Inclusion Director for Adecco Group North America.

He has been featured on the Black Enterprise Business Report, WMHT’s New York Now, News 12 Long Island, Newsday, The Network Journal, The Black Collegian, Long Island Business News and has received a proclamation from the New York City Council for his work as a mentor, professional coach and contributions in the human resources field. William also served on the Executive Board of the Urban League of Long Island and the Graduate and Adult Enrollment Advisory Board for Marist College. He has served as an adjunct professor at the State University of New York Brooklyn Economic Opportunity Center, and is a highly sought after public speaker. He has been a guest speaker for organizations such as the Columbia University School of Business, World Diversity Leadership Summit at the United Nations, Harvard University, Vienna, Austria and The Global Women’s Leadership Forum, London, UK just to name a few.

He received his BS degree in business administration from South Carolina State University and his M.B.A. from Long Island University.

 


      



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