Some systems unavailable on October 2

A planned maintenance window to perform upgrades to the Colleague system beginning 12 a.m. Monday, October 2, will affect certain IT systems. Details on impacted systems are available.

Why a Challenge?

The Wake Invests in Women Challenge allows businesses in Wake County and the Research Triangle region to support their commitment to gender equity in the workplace and further their diversity inclusion initiatives. The Challenge is a tangible step toward creating a more welcoming organizational culture that can also help attract and retain talent.

Challenge details

  • Identifies bias blind spots and equity gaps
  • Identifies key metrics to diagnose risk areas and opportunities
  • Tracks progress of initiatives over time

WIIW Challenge provides:

Self-assessment equity scorecard

Research-based high-impact
best practices to implement change

Annual report on key metrics using
anonymous aggregate data

Why this matters to your organization

Diverse organizations are better able to attract new talent and retain engaged employees

Diverse organizations have better financial results, creativity and innovation

Demonstrates your organization’s commitment to Wake County and the Research Triangle region

Participating in the pilot makes your organization an early adopter

Participating Employers

Citrix logo Cree-Wolfspeed logo Participate Learning logo Pendo logo RTI Logo
Samet logo Stewart Engineering Logo StrideBio logo Wake County Government logo Wake Tech logo
Blue Cross Blue Shield logo