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Exploring the Nuances of Immigrant Identity: An Interview with Margarita Rozenfeld

Is it possible to be a refugee and still have privilege? How do we make space for the multiple layers of our complex stories? Margarita Rozenfeld is the President of Incite International, a consulting and coaching firm that helps organizations become more effective by aligning their vision, culture and people. She shares how her personal [...]

Exploring Inclusion and Equity for People with Disabilities and Long Term Care Needs: A Conversation with Holly Carmichael and Michael Murray of GT Independence

This week’s episode focuses on creating equitable and inclusive spaces in both our organizations and communities for people with disabilities. I was honored to be joined by two leaders and advocates in this work, Holly Carmichael and Michael Murray, of GT Independence, a family-owned national financial management services company that helps more than 25,000 individuals […]

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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Training is More Necessary Than Ever

I’ve received a number of emails from colleagues and clients asking me about the argument that DEI, anti-bias, and anti-racism training is not effective and even detrimental. In short, the argument being presented is that these trainings do not reduce discrimination or turnover of marginalized populations, and therefore are a waste of time and resources. […]

Using Theatre to Foster Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: An Interview with Kimberly Dailey of Dailey Innovations, Inc.

On today’s show I have Kimberly Dailey, the CEO of Dailey Innovations. Kimberly is an organizational development specialist with over 20 years of experience partnering with clients to bring clarity, focus, and alignment to their diverse teams. Kimberly’s approach combines the arts, organizational behavior and psychology, and neuroscience. Her work with organizations brings together not just [...]

Are you REDI? Fostering Race, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion: A Conversation with Building for Mission’s Tamika Mason

Tamika Mason is the founder and CEO of Building for Mission, a consulting firm dedicated to helping individuals and mission-driven organizations maximize their impact through effective talent, organization development, and REDI (Race, Equity, Diversity, Inclusion) strategy consulting. https://buildingformission.com/  

Subtle Acts of Exclusion: Dr. Michael Baran Talks About How Micro Messages Can Have a Macro Impact

In today’s episode I interviewed Dr. Michael Baran, who is the co-author of the book, Subtle Acts of Exclusion. Michael is a Senior Partner and Digital Solutions Lead at inQUEST Consulting, He brings innovation and deep understanding to wide audiences, helping them think, lead, and interact inclusively. In addition to his consulting, Michael has taught at Harvard University and […]