DETROIT — The Center for Automotive Diversity, Inclusion and Advancement last month held its inaugural CADIA Impact Awards, recognizing companies, organizations and people in the industry for their achievements in diversity, equity and inclusion efforts.
The winners were selected from more than 70 nominations, and the awards were presented at a ceremony in suburban Detroit.
"The winners of these are making a significant impact on improving DEI across the auto industry," Cheryl Thompson, CADIA's CEO, said in a statement. "We want to congratulate the winners, as well as all of the nominees, and thank them for their hard work and commitment to support our mission of doubling the number of diverse leaders in auto-mobility by 2030."
Automotive News reached out to the winners to get their thoughts on the honor.
Leadership Commitment Award: Stellantis