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Another award for Richard W. Riley

Richard W. Riley (third from left) received the award when Michelin celebrated United Nations World Cultural Diversity Day on May 21.

Michelin North America has honored Furman alum and former U.S. Secretary of Education and South Carolina Gov. Richard W. Riley ’54 with the Michelin Award for Excellence in Diversity and Inclusion.

Riley received the award at a special event on May 21, which marked United Nations World Cultural Diversity Day.

Michelin presented the award to Riley to “recognize his extraordinary leadership in promoting equality in the workplace, encouraging inclusive dialogue in our communities and training leaders to manage diverse teams.”

More information about the award is available on the Michelin website.

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