The other day, 2 Billion Under 20 community member and tech entrepreneur Tom McGrath sent me this gem of an article he had written as a reflection of his latest happenings as founder of Social Sweepster, a “tool to help you monitor and clean up your online social presence” according to the
On any given Saturday during the fall, Roy Potts trades in his beloved Coca-Cola red for black and white. The veteran public affairs director for Kentucky and Indiana is a football referee in the prestigious Southeastern Conference, known among college fans as the SEC. Potts’ officiating career
"Sorry, I have a crush on JW." That one sentence broke my heart when I confessed my love for her. I was only 8 years old, but I felt like an old man. I looked at JW and wondered what he had that I did not have. Sure, he was taller and cuter, but I was smarter and sweeter. I was so
You don’t have to work for a multinational corporation to benefit from a lesson in how to engage with people from other cultures or in other countries. Whether your business deals with companies abroad or you have local colleagues or customers from other cultures, being able to connect is critical.
The Coca-Cola Company again received a perfect score of 100 percent on the 2015 Corporate Equality Index (CEI), a national benchmarking survey and report on corporate policies and practices related to LGBT workplace equality, administered by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation (HRC), America’s
Ed Potter has spent nearly half his life representing U.S. businesses at the annual International Labor Organization (ILO) Conference. Earlier this year, Coke’s director of global workplace rights attended his 33rd and final ILO Conference in Geneva, Switzerland, more than any other American
"What The Armed Services and Coca-Cola Have Taught Me…” is an article series spotlighting veterans who are applying their skills and experiences from the U.S. Armed Forces to their work with Coca-Cola. This is the last story in the series created to celebrate Veterans Day. Lieutenant
Bahrain was hot. It smelled different. The food was strange. I was 11 and my brother and I were facing a pile of food we had to finish. Dangling our legs, we clinked our orange Fantas, giggling at each other while we ate. Dad was a Navy guy, and we had just been assigned to Naval Support