A More Inclusive Workplace

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Demonstrations have expanded across over 20 countries in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement. Thousands in Nairobi, Dublin, London, Berlin, Milan and Warsaw have organized and mobilized demanding racial equity, justice and a system change. As events continue to unfold, one prominent element of the demonstrations I’ve witnessed is the collective fabric of the…

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A Revolution of Inclusivity

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COVID-19 is an inarguable milestone of our lifetime.  We have been shaken by its unpredictability and battered by its effects. Yet despite the catastrophic aftermath of the hard-swinging virus, much of our reality remains unapologetically the same.  The canon of murders by U.S. police officers of Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and George Floyd — along…

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Building Connection in Divided Times

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Diversity and inclusion are words we hear a lot – and the lack of them is always evident when tolerance wears thin during election season. Elections are one way of exercising the gift of freedom we receive as citizens of the US.  I respect all citizens and their right to vote, no matter how their…

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