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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 [...]

Building Supporting Relationships Among Women of Color and White Women to Achieve Gender Parity: An Interview with Kami Anderson and Joy Wiggins

My guests on the podcast this week are Dr. Kami Anderson and Dr. Joy Wiggins, co-authors of the newly released book, From Sabotage to Support: A New Vision for Feminist Solidarity in the Workplace.  I had the opportunity to participate in a workshop led by the authors and based on the book. It was an […]

Season 1 Episode 11: Invisible Wounds: A Conversation with David Shade, Entrepreneur, War Hero, Survivor

How is resilience linked to diversity, inclusion and identity? What invisible wounds do people carry with them into the workplace and their personal relationships? How do we help ourselves and others build resilience, to not “spring back” but and thrive in our new existence? David Shade is an entrepreneur, a veteran, and a war hero, […]

Expansion: The Missing Link to Sustainable Diversity and Inclusion

I was honored to present “The Missing Link to Sustainble Diversity and Inclusion” at TEDx Rose Tree in Media, Pennsylvania in November, 2019. In my talk, I introduced the new concept of “expansion.” Here’s a little background on the concept: Diversity encompasses all of the dimensions of human identity that make us who we are. Diversity […]