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CMS Energy Names Angela Thompkins as Vice President & Chief Diversity Officer
CMS Energy, and its principle subsidiary Consumers Energy, today announced Angela Thompkins, currently executive director of Inclusion and Strategic Talent Sourcing, will be named vice president & Chief Diversity Officer, effective August 1, 2020. Thompkins will be responsible for setting and monitoring the company's diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) strategy, as well as partnering with leaders across the organization to improve results related to DEI. Additionally, she has responsibility for establishing and building relationships with communities and organizations that increase the availability of diverse talent within our long-term talent pipeline. "Angela has a true passion for her work and is a champion for her co-workers and our company," said Cathy Hendrian, senior vice president of People and Culture at CMS Energy and Consumers Energy. "Angela's extensive background and wealth of experience helps her understand the unique perspectives we need to build a stronger, more...
Consumers Energy Foundation Provides $135,000 to Michigan Nonprofits Through COVID-19 Pandemic
Foundation Makes Over $3.6 Million in Donations Since March The Consumers Energy Foundation today announced $135,000 in grants to assist 14 Michigan nonprofit organizations, helping them meet critical needs as they serve residents the COVID-19 pandemic has affected. "We want to do our part to help people, businesses and communities that will continue to feel the pandemic's effects for months," said Brandon Hofmeister, president of the Consumers Energy Foundation. "These nonprofits are meeting some of the most critical and urgent needs of Michigan's people and communities hit hardest by the impact of COVID-19." The new grants will help nonprofit organizations in various ways, allowing them to provide food and personal supplies to clients, buy cleaning supplies, and meet equipment and furniture needs as organizations change how they serve the public. Since March, the Consumers Energy Foundation has provided more than $3.6 million to Michigan nonprofit organizations to respond to the...
Consumers Energy Offers Tips to Save Energy and Money as Summer Temperatures Soar Heading into July 4th Holiday
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Consumers Energy Foundation Provides $100,000 to Support Social Justice and Racial Equality Efforts in Michigan
The Consumers Energy Foundation today announced $100,000 in grants to support the Black Lives Matter movement, fight racism, shape systemic change and create opportunities in Michigan. The grants are part of the company's commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion, and are in response to the recent tragic events causing widespread protests across the country. "We hope these grants will have a real impact and continue to advance this critical conversation in the communities we serve and care for deeply," said Rejji Hayes, Consumers Energy's executive vice president, chief financial officer and executive sponsor of the company's Minority Advisory Panel. "We want to do our part as Michiganders work together to confront these difficult questions, examine deeply rooted issues and create solutions that move us toward a brighter future." The Consumers Energy Foundation donations will support a wide range of organizations dedicated to building more diverse communities, improving racial...

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