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PHL Diversity

Promoting Philadelphia as an inclusive destination for diverse events, meetings and visitors.

More than 30 years ago, the PHLCVB became one of the first CVBs in the country to establish a division to promote the destination as a diverse and inclusive location for meetings, events, conventions, and visitors. PHL Diversity leads the charge in diversity and inclusion efforts and connects meeting and convention planners with the region’s diverse business community to ensure successful events. We are proud to have hosted a number of notable events and meeting and look forward to assisting you in your planning.

Notable Events

  • Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.
  • Mazzoni Center
  • Black Male Educators for Social Justice
  • Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
  • Philadelphia Diversity & Inclusion Conference

Our team has been privileged to work with many of your colleagues. Take a look at what some of them are saying.


Choose Philadelphia: A City that Embraces Diversity

  • History of Trailblazing Women — Lucretia Mott, 19th century feminist, abolitionist, activist and social reformer helped launch the women’s rights movement and founded the Philadelphia Female Anti-Slavery Society in 1833. Barbara Gittings, the “mother of the LGBT civil rights movement,” led progressive initiatives and edited the first widespread lesbian journal.
  • Philadelphia Tribune is the oldest continuously published Black newspaper in the United States, since 1884.
  • One of The First Gay Rights Protests In U.S. History took place at Independence Hall in 1969.
  • The Second Oldest Chinatown On the East Coast, Philadelphia is home to a sizeable Asian and Pacific Islander community
  • A Prominent Hispanic Community represents over 20 cultural heritages.
  • A High Level of Accessibility For Residents And Travelers With Disabilities, Philadelphia offers visitors of all abilities the opportunity to explore popular attractions.
  • Outstanding Academic Institutions — that reflect students from all backgrounds and educational communities founded on respect, open-mindedness, and the appreciation of others

We are committed to ensuring that equality and inclusion are pillars of our destination and we commit to leveraging our strong community connections and our PHL Diversity division to ensure that the economic benefits of tourism extend to all diverse communities in Philadelphia.


PHL Diversity is excited to present a conversation with Erin Morton, Director of Development and Strategic Partnerships and Felicia Rinier, Administrative Director, both of the Philadelphia Collaborative for Health Equity (P-CHE) with Thomas Jefferson University/Jefferson Health.

The Philadelphia Collaborative for Health Equity is a broad-based community collaboration, and action network that addresses health inequity challenges in Philadelphia. By taking a grassroots approach to build trust, the Collaborative is committed to empower communities by investing in the right resources, infrastructure, and partnerships to reduce health disparities in and around Philadelphia.

Erin Morton is the Director of Development and Strategic Partnerships. In her role, she is a contributing strategist on all aspects of development and implementation, working directly with Jefferson senior executive leadership to design and launch discreet community-driven projects at Jefferson and secure the financial resources necessary to implement and operate them.

Felicia Rinier serves as the Administrative Director. She facilitates the daily operations and works across the Jefferson enterprise to implement the collaborative’s strategic vision.

Together, they share their thoughts on their work and how it impacts Philadelphia.

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