In Honor of Juneteenth, CEO Dean Brown Reiterates IPRO’s Commitment to Diversity

In honor of Juneteenth, the day the United States officially ended slavery, CEO Dean Brown sends this message regarding IPRO’s continued commitment to diversity and the defense of equal rights for all people.

“This has been a difficult and emotional time for all of us, and IPRO felt it was important to first listen and learn from Black voices. In light of the necessary conversations that are happening across our country now, I want to share where IPRO stands regarding these issues.

“IPRO sees value in each and every person. We remain committed to providing a working environment that does not tolerate racism or discrimination in any form. We foster a culture of open dialogue where we listen and learn first, while providing increased resources and outlets for sharing and support for our employees of all races, genders, sexual orientations, abilities, and religions.

  • Treat others with respect—the way you would want to be treated.
  • Defend equal rights for all people.
  • Participate in our democracy and speak up when you see a wrong.

“IPRO’s commitment isn’t new, but we stand behind it and affirm that we will continue to seek and support diversity.”