TORONTO, ONTARIO -- (Marketwired) -- 06/27/13 -- BMO employee Enza Anderson will be recognized this evening by Toronto Police Chief William Blair for her contributions to the LGBT community, where she has been an active advocate for inclusiveness and acceptance within the corporate sector. The award presentation will be part of the Chief's Pride Reception.
Ms. Anderson, who is a financial services coordinator at BMO's branch at Church and Alexander in Toronto, has served on the Community Consultation Committee of the Toronto Police Service for the past two years, - helping police in their efforts to engage effectively with the LGBT community.
"We congratulate Enza on this award, which recognizes her work on behalf of the LGBT community," said Sonya Kunkel, Managing Director, Diversity, BMO Financial Group. "Having our employees reflect the communities in which we do business is an important part of BMO's growth and success, and Enza is a tremendous example of an employee who lives and breathes our principles - both in her day-to-day work for BMO, and her commitment to the LGBT community."
WHO: William Blair, Toronto Chief of Police Dr. Alok Mukherjee, Chair, Toronto Police Services Board Enza Anderson, BMO Financial Services CoordinatorWHAT: Chief's Pride ReceptionWHEN: Thursday, June 27, 2013 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.WHERE: Toronto Police Headquarters 40 College Street Toronto, ON M5G 2J3
About BMO and Diversity
From the development of the first Registered Disability Savings Plan to sponsorship of the Pride and Remembrance Run, BMO is committed to promoting accessibility, inclusivity and equality. This commitment extends to initiatives outside the workplace into all communities where BMO operates.
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