NextGen is comprised of emerging leaders at Turner who are passionate about the future and success of our company. Our mission is to seek opportunities to inspire fresh perspectives that will grow Turner’s brand and global outreach.
- All next Gen chapters operate as one brand
- Develop programming to benefit our membership
- Create opportunities for growth and interaction with leaders across Turner
To strengthen Turner’s marketplace, workplace & workforce by leveraging veterans and unifying the Turner community.
To be a trusted source for veteran talent acquisition, mentorship, community outreach and broadcast content support. Veterans Enhancing Turner’s Strength.
To act as a bridge between Turner and the thriving U.S. Hispanic / Latino community and consumers.
We seek to attract, develop, and support Hispanic/Latino employees at turner & organize events to celebrate & illuminate our unique cultural differences. We also offer professional growth & networking opportunities for all who are interested.
Turner Black Professionals [BP@T]
DEFINING MOMENTS: Building resilience, driving excellence, and moving forward during times of change.
Be an influential resource via the Black professional lens to provide measureable results
Turner Disability Resource Group
Promote, empower & foster inclusion of people with disabilities & support the positive portrayal of individuals with disabilities
Focus on recruiting, community, environment & programming
Turner Asia raises the distinctive voice of Asian Pacific American employees by celebrating, building, & leveraging the talents of our members enabling us to support Turner’s “fan first” strategy and commitment to be a great place to work.
Turner Women is a diverse and collaborative community of women dedicated to encouraging, empowering and equipping female employees to achieve their full career potential and grow Turner’s competitive edge.
Define, address and remove any current potential headwinds – obstacles that women at Turner may face at the varying stages of their careers
- Unconscious bias
- Traditional male leadership constructs
- Need for accountability in broadening talent pools
- Perfectionism and fear of risk-taking