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LaJeune Adams

PSL’s Cultures and Values give assurance of our organization’s commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion, through ensuring that all stakeholders feel that they belong. By lifting up voices and people, we will create an organization where all stakeholders feel that they are of value. As part of this commitment PSL formed Culture Champions within each community and location within the organization. Culture Champions are PSL representatives empowered with leading the movement of living and teaching our values while embracing DEI initiatives and encouraging others to do the same. As the Corporate Director of Education and Development and DEI Officer, LaJeune Adams is one of the PSL leaders that supports and works directly with the Culture Champions. LaJeune has worked with Presbyterian Senior Living for over 16 years in the roles of Human Resources Manager and Area Human Resources Director prior to her current role.

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Diversity & Inclusion  |  Miscellaneous

Celebrating Mother's Day Around the World

In honor of Mother’s Day and celebrating different cultures, this blog will share how Mother’s Day is celebrated around the world. We hope you enjoy seeing the various ways moms are shown love on this day.

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Diversity & Inclusion

April is Celebrating Diversity Month!

Diversity encompasses a wide range of attributes, from race, gender, and age, to socio-economic background, language, sexual orientation, religion and abilities. Diversity acknowledges and values the unique identities and experiences that individuals bring to the collective whole, within their families, communities and work locations.

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Are You Asking the Right Questions?

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Diversity & Inclusion

Celebrating Women's History Month

International Women’s Day was conceived by labor activist Theresa Malkiel and organized in New York City; it was called “National Women’s Day” and held on February 28, 1909.

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Diversity & Inclusion

Celebrating the Lunar New Year

Lunar New Year is one of the most important celebrations of the year among East and Southeast Asian cultures, including Chinese, Vietnamese and Korean communities. The New Year celebration in 2024 begins on February 10 and is usually celebrated for multiple days. China’s Lunar New Year is known as the Spring Festival or Chūnjié in Mandarin, while Koreans call it Seollal and Vietnamese refer to it as Tết. The Lunar New Year is the most celebrated and longest of all Asian festivals and is observed by millions of people worldwide.

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Diversity & Inclusion  |  Miscellaneous

Welcoming a New Year: Resolve to Discover Your Diverse World

Welcome 2024! There can be excitement in walking into a new year. Celebrating milestones such as birthdays, marriages, weddings, anniversaries, births; the list goes on. As you enjoy these celebrations and perhaps move towards a few “New Year’s Resolutions” along the way, take the opportunity to build new relationships and celebrate what these new relationships may bring into your life.

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Holidays Celebrated During December

December hosts numerous holidays from many traditions. You may already be familiar with some of these holidays and enjoy celebrating them with family and friends. PSL respects these multiple December festivities; these are just a few.

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