In a continuing effort to promote and support diversity and inclusion initiatives in Arizona, Guild Mortgage Company has become the presenting sponsor of biweekly episodes of the Social Television Network (STN) streaming series The Community Collaborative in collaboration with Ability360.
Ability360 provides services and resources empowering people with disabilities to take personal responsibility to achieve or continue independent lifestyles. The bi-weekly show streams on-demand on STN’s streaming network every other Monday at 7 pm. STN is available for free on the APP Store or Google Play.
“The partnership with STN provides a tremendous platform to educate the community about the resources and services at Ability360 as well as a great example of a positive and productive community and business-based partnership and collaboration,” said Ability360 President and CEO Chris Rodriguez. “We’re incredibly grateful for the support of Guild Mortgage in assisting in getting those messages out. We look forward to a long and mutually rewarding relationship.”
STN’s subscriber base includes more than 3,000 local leaders made up primarily from past show participants and their circles of influence. Each week, guest contributors are welcomed on the show to discuss topics related to diversity and inclusion to educate, inform and provide solutions to challenges within our community. Previously aired episodes can be viewed on YouTube.
“Guild Mortgage Company in Arizona is proud to partner with Ability360 in their Take360 campaign to continue to support and empower people with all disabilities,” said Shannon Heinze, Branch Manager, Guild Mortgage. “Our values align with one another through our passion for home and community to help those with disabilities achieve or continue independent lifestyles. Guild Mortgage Company has been delivering the promise of home in every neighborhood and community we serve for over 60 years and are devoted to the communities in which we live and work.”
“We’re thrilled to have Ability 360 on board as a presenting partner. This partnership allows us to bring their thought leaders to the table and immediately identify where our community can improve diversity, equity and inclusion efforts for all people with disabilities,” said STN Managing Director Eric Sperling.