PODCAST: How Circle K Is Removing Barriers for Its Black Leaders

Sue Vandersall discusses the convenience retailer's leadership development program, which is entering its third year.
Linda Lisanti
Convenience Store News' Convenience Inclusion Initiative Podcast shares stories of how the c-store industry is fostering an inclusive work culture and taps the minds of thought leaders for insight into what more the industry could be doing to benefit from diversity of thought and background. 
In this episode, Sue Vandersall, vice president of executive succession planning and global talent development for Laval, Quebec-based Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc., parent company of Circle K, discusses the convenience retailer's development program for Black talent. 
If you have an idea for a Convenience Inclusion Initiative Podcast, contact Linda Lisanti at [email protected]
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