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41 minutes | Aug 18, 2019
Hiatus: Grad School Inspired ft. Jennifer Brown
Tune in to learn how Jennifer Brown of Jennifer Brown Consulting (JBC) first best-seller Inclusion: Diversity, The New Workplace & The Will To Change inspired me to pursue Grad School and what that means. And why you need to get a copy of her new work How to Be an Inclusive Leader. Your Role in Creating Cultures of Belonging Where Everyone Can Thrive. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
46 minutes | Aug 18, 2019
What is Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI)? ft. Jennifer Brown
Jennifer Brown is a leading diversity and inclusion expert, dynamic keynote speaker, best-selling author, award-winning entrepreneur and host of The Will To Change podcast, which uncovers true stories of diversity and inclusion. As the founder, president and CEO of Jennifer Brown Consulting, Jennifer’s workplace strategies have been employed by some of the world’s top Fortune 500 companies and nonprofits—including Walmart, Microsoft, Starbucks, Toyota Financial Services, T-Mobile, and many others— to help employees bring their full selves to work and feel Welcomed, Valued, Respected and Heard℠.Jennifer’s work in talent management, human capital and intersectional theory redefined the boundaries of talent potential and company culture. Her best-selling book Inclusion: Diversity, the New Workplace & the Will to Change creates the case for leaders to embrace the opportunity that diversity represents, for their own growth and for the success of their organizations.As a successful LGBT entrepreneur, Jennifer has been featured in media such as The New York Times, Bloomberg Businessweek, Forbes, Fortune, Inc., The Wall Street Journal, Harvard Business Review, CBS, Fox News and many more. Make sure to get a copy of Jennifer's newest book How to Be an Inclusive Leader. Your Role in Creating Cultures of Belonging Where Everyone Can Thrive. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
73 minutes | Jun 23, 2019
My Mental Matters pt. 2: My mental illness or my career? (ft. John Cho)
My Mental Matters pt. 2: My mental illness or my career? (ft. John Cho) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
51 minutes | Jun 17, 2019
My Mental Matters pt. 1: Mental Health Professionals (ft. John Cho)
My Mental Matters pt. 1: Mental Health Professionals (ft. John Cho) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
61 minutes | Jun 8, 2019
Activist Roundtable: Women of Color Edition (ft. Estefania, Marilyn, Meron & Omaima)
ReceiptsMadam Noire: Activism as a career? Yes, you can!Nonprofit AF: All right, we need to talk about nonprofit salariesICNC: Overcoming Mental Health Challenges as Movement Leaders and ActivistsThe Conversation: The Demographics of the #resistance See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
60 minutes | Jun 2, 2019
POC Spaces: Why or Why Not? (ft. Peter Redmond & Sean Anthony Bryant)
Receipts:Why People of Color Need Spaces Without White PeopleWhat's up with POC-only spaces and refusing to educate White people See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
47 minutes | May 19, 2019
Undocumented, but not silenced (ft. Luis)
Description:Receipts:ScholarshipsStonewall Foundation Scholarship (open to the undocumented/asylum seeking LGBTQ community)CUNY ScholarshipsJaime Lucero Lehman College CUNY BECAS ScholarshipDREAM USA New York Youth Leadership CouncilJack Kent ScholarshipNYIC Dream Fellowship (NY residents)Myundocumentedlife.org General ResourcesHispanic Federation United We DreamGood Call NYCNASPAInformed ImmigrantNational Immigration Law CenterMexican Institute at Lehman CollegeMixteca See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
33 minutes | May 12, 2019
It's not all green, Finance has many colors (ft. Calvin, Sharada & Tommy)
It's not all green, Finance has many colors (ft. Calvin, Sharada & Tommy) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
48 minutes | May 4, 2019
I'm an Introvert in an Extroverted Workforce (ft. Jeff of Introverted Intuition Podcast, Marisa & Tonye)
Receipts:HR Millennials: Dealing With An Introvert- Debs CornerThink You Know Millennials? Think Again, Deloitte Study Says- Cision PR Newswire See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
27 minutes | Apr 28, 2019
19: Transforming Leadership to Legacy (ft. Karim Abouelnaga of Practice Makes Perfect)
Karim Abouelnaga is the founder & CEO of Practice Makes Perfect (PMP), a Benefit Corporation that partners with K-12 schools to deliver high quality, academic summer programs. He received over a quarter million dollars in scholarships to make his education possible. Karim founded PMP at 18. He is an author and writes for Entrepreneur, Forbes, and Linkedin. Karim is a TED Fellow and Echoing Green Fellow. At 23, he was named to Forbes’ 30 under 30 list in Education, and at 24 was named to Magic Johnson’s 32 under 32 list. In 2016, he was ranked in the top 3 most powerful young entrepreneurs under 25 in the world by Richtopia. Karim is the author of Breaking Through: From Rough to Ready. He graduated from Cornell University’s School of Hotel Administration and is currently working on a Master’s in Education Policy at Columbia University. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
52 minutes | Apr 21, 2019
18: Podcasting will give you Lyfe (ft. Good Lookin’ Lee & Noelle Kay of the Thank Me Later Podcast)
Podcasting will give you Lyfe (ft. Good Lookin’ Lee & Noelle Kay of the Thank Me Later Podcast) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
47 minutes | Apr 14, 2019
17: Asian Men are Eclectic: F these Stereotypes (ft. Andrew Kang, Daveyy Sak, Sothdra Nguon-Devereaux)
Receipts:Model Minority Stereotype for Asian Americans (University of Texas)Confronting Asian American Stereotypes (NY Times)Despite strong workforce presence, Asian Americans are least likely to see promotions (HR Drive)Don't Stereotype Asian American Men (video) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
46 minutes | Apr 7, 2019
16: I got boundaries, luv (ft. Olutosin Cameron)
Olutosin Cameron is currently an Operations Manager for a non-profit with a Bachelors degree in Communications and love for connecting with people on an interpersonal and intercultural level. Serving a variety of people from children, the elderly, to individuals and their family members dealing with mental illness. This exposure has reinforced his desires to give back to communities at large while providing support to organizations that make it their mission to give back to underserved communities. Though still working on figuring out where his professional path lies by working within the field of nonprofits he has been exposed to the realm of community engagement, employee relations, event management. These areas, in particular, helped develop his view of work-life balance & what it means to set boundaries with coworkers, upper management and most importantly the job itself. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
60 minutes | Mar 31, 2019
15: Run me my money: Compensation for Black Women (ft. Marisa & Tonye)
Receipts:CNBC: 5 black women talk being underpaid and how they asked for moreHuffpost: The Pay Gap is Severely Affecting Black Women, Yet Only 1 in 3 Americans Know It See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
47 minutes | Dec 8, 2018
14: Don't come for me unless I send for you: Workplace Confrontation (ft. Devorne Hormeku & Suhayl Santana)
Employee of the Day: Nabiha SyedDevorne Hormeku is currently a Social Media and Content Manager. Prior to that, Devorne worked as the Operations and Marketing Associate for an international LGBTQ nonprofit. Devorne frequently gives talks and leads trainings on the intersectionality of Blackness and Queerness, most recently at Netroots Nation. Devorne has a long history of LGBTQ and racial justice work and a professional background in Entertainment Public Relations. Suhayl Santana is a professional Events Manager. She started her event planning journey as a student activist & has now planned over 150 events ranging from small trainings & campaign launches to large nationwide conferences & performances. In addition to her work, she mentors first-generation immigrant students on their path to college & is a leadership coach for young women of color. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
53 minutes | Dec 1, 2018
13: From POC Creatives: Why Passion Matters (ft. Aminah Dantzler & Andrew Kang)
Aminah Dantzler is an artist who wants to bring woman of color directly into all types of art spaces and social gatherings and along the way expose people to new and encouraging images of black women. She strives to be a voice for young women of color who are misunderstood and miss labeled. To be someone who can share experiences and teach. By painting portraits of women who are poised complex and uniquely beautiful she has the ability to shift the worlds perception of blackness and the beauty in it.Andrew Kang is a second-generation Korean-American born and raised in NYC. He’s a full-time corporate consultant in the Human Capital Management industry, as well as a fitness competitor and model. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
40 minutes | Nov 17, 2018
12: Tech is not sexy (ft. Alejandro Alba, NowThis News)
Employee of the Day: Hasan Piker, The Young Turks NetworkBio:Alejandro Alba is a writer, producer, and host currently at NowThis. A few fun things to know about him: loves tech, traveling, boxing, all-things-horror, and bison. A native of El Paso, Texas. Alejandro has now been living in NYC for nearly 5 years, having headlines in places such as BuzzFeed, New York Daily News, and Vocativ. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
30 minutes | Nov 10, 2018
11: Working Overtime: Parenting & C-Suite
Employee of the Day: Amber Anderson of MOREReceipts:G&A Parters: Working Parents & The American WorkforceSlate: Rethinking Work-life Balance for Woman of ColorBios:Shijuade Kadree is the Chief Advocacy Officer at the LGBT Community Center in NYC. Since her tenure, Shijuade is responsible for creating, implementing and managing the annual lobbying strategy on city and state levels to support the powerful programs of The Center, as well as managing two of The Center’s government-funded initiatives related to health and human services provision, raising more than $7M. Prior to joining The Center, Shijuade represented indigent clients, zealously advocating on behalf of parents entrapped in NYC’s child welfare system. This work lead her to creative legislative and policy advocacy at the New York City Council as a legislative counsel. In that role, she served as a liaison between Council members and the Council’s central staff, drafting and negotiating legislation in a variety of subject areas with a particular focus on government operations, housing, buildings and construction. Shijuade has also served as a Bill Emerson National Hunger Fellow, working on access to financial education, products and services for low-income families, federal and state anti-hunger programs, as well as publishing a manual for state legislators, “Bringing Legislators to the Table: Addressing Hunger and Nutrition in America.” During graduate school, she received the ABA Fellowship for Minorities in Environmental Law and was named a Georgia Association Of Black Women Attorney scholar. Currently a Women in Power fellow with the 92nd St Y and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Public Service at NYU Wagner Graduate School. Shijuade is an alumna Of Emory University, with a joint Law and Public Health degree. Tiyale Hayes is the Senior Vice President, Strategic Insights & Research, for BET Networks, a division of Viacom. For over a decade, Tiyale has worked on some of the worlds biggest and best brands. A 1998 graduate of Hampton University with armed with a Marketing degree, Tiyale started his career in sales at Johnson & Johnson. After learning the fundamentals of how consumers shop in store, he attended business school and earned an MBA in Marketing from Purdue University. After a serendipitous moment, he began a career in Market Research at Proctor & Gamble. In his time at P&G he helped create insights that led to business winning ideas for brands like Folgers, Pringles, Crest, Gillette and Old Spice. He left P&G to head back tk Johnson & Johnson, where he led insight development for a number of brands, including Tylenol, Motrin and Listerine. He traveled the world learning from consumers about what makes them tick and how to create products that meet their needs. In 2016, he was tapped to lead insight development for BET where he leads a team developing insights for the BET brand and new show development. For a decade, Tiyale has been a strong advocate for the consumer and has helped shape the strategies of some of the worlds prominent brands. He has developed a solid track record of creating deep and rich insights that have been used to bring products to consumers around the globe. Tiyale is the President of the North Jersey Chapter of the Hampton University Alumni Association, a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc., National Black MBA Association, and the Development committee for Live Out Loud. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
37 minutes | Nov 4, 2018
10: Different sides, same coin: Real Estate and Rent Stabilized Housing (ft. Estefania Trujillo & Ryan Long)
Employee of the Day: Mark DimasReceipts:Forbes- Why The Real Estate Industry Is A Diversity ChampionThe Real Deal- Diversity in Real Estate, Minorities in Real EstateUS Bureau of Labor Statistics 2017BiosEstefania Trujillo Preciado- A Colombian Community Organizer at Flatbush Tenant Coalition (FTC), building grassroots power in more than 65 associations with over 19,000 residents. By organizing groups and developing skilled and informed leaders, we can challenge the oppressive systems that disenfranchise low-to-moderate income communities, especially people of color. Estefania loves storytelling, to foster a culture of information sharing, and to amplify voices that can speak truth to power. Ryan Long- Knowledge, connection, and advocacy are the three guarantees Ryan Long offers to his clients. Ryan's mission is to guide his clients in the successful procurement of sale of property in New York City.Often labeled a thought leader, he is known for his ability to create partnership with just about every he meets. Ryan's background in experimental marketing allows him to create immersive experiences using smart home technology to increase engagement with buyers when marketing an apartment for sale. He is a firm believer of working with clients on their teams to help them achieve their goals. Compass' innovative and groundbreaking technology is what attracted him to join the team after three years with the Corcoran Group. His keys to success are data-driven negotiation, direct communication, and close attention to details. Ryan Begins each client relationship with an in-depth discovery conversation about your goals, the state of the market, and the transaction process. He is dedicated to transparency, confidentiality, and remaining open to possibility. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
26 minutes | Oct 27, 2018
9: Want to lead? Learn how to follow!
Employee of the Day: Verna Myers See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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