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We sit down with Amy Borsetti, GM of Americas for Asana, to discuss being a queer woman in the tech industry, recognizing social progress, and owning your space in any room.
We sit down with Lisa Russell, Co-Founder and CEO of Aleria, to discuss removing barriers for employees, what it means to be a social impact entrepreneur, and recognizing the lack of trust in the workplace.
We sit down with Theresa Alewine, Head of US Business Management at RBC Global Asset Management, to discuss performative allyship, how to track progress with DEI, and why representation dwindles for women and people of color as they move up the corporate ladder.
We sit down with Naomi Mercer, Senior VP of DEI for the American Bankers Association, to discuss the importance of financial literacy, invisible disabilities, and her new book, "DEI Foundations: Practices for Accelerating Your Bank’s DEI Journey."
We sit down with Ruchi Pinniger, Founder and CEO of Watch Her Prosper, to discuss becoming empowered in every sense of the business world, saving for retirement, and why women undervalue themselves when they run businesses.
We sit down with Julie Holunga to discuss breaking patterns of self-doubt, building a glossary of words to present yourself confidently, and how to get out of your own way.
We sit down with Ann Mukherjee, Chairman and CEO Pernod Ricard North America, to discuss wanting to make a difference working for a spirits company, opening the conversation about sexual consent and alcohol, and how the pandemic helped companies understand employees' needs.
Ellevate Network is a platform for well-deserved, yet underrepresented voices.
Research has shown that a diverse team leads to better business results.
Julia Landauer redefines the modern race car driver.
There is a lot of talk about how using words, such as “sorry” “just” “I think” can hurt our communication. Tami Reiss wants to change that.
Caroline Ceniza-Levine has had a very non-linear career path. Starting as a classical pianist, then trying out banking, moving into consulting and then into recruiting.