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Having experienced a rapid evolution over the last decade and catalyzed in large part by the social, economic, political, and ecological tumult of the last half-decade, the consumer position on the brands they choose to engage with is no longer an idle one. | Source: Forbes
New findings suggest that when women lead, profits increase. Consider this: 87% of the top 500 companies led by a female decision-maker delivered above-average profits.
| Source: Forbes
Philanthropies — be it private foundations, corporate and family funders, LLC’s, or other vehicles for giving — often struggle with the same set of fundamental questions around how to best leverage resources for greater impact.
| Source: HBR
A moment of racial tension presents a choice. Will we be silent about implicit and unconscious bias, or will we interrupt bias for ourselves and others? Justice, belonging, and community are at stake.
What do healthcare and policing have in common? For communities of color, the answer is a lot, especially as it relates to inequality. By looking at the parallels, these systems can learn solutions to advance equity from each other and inform the fight for institutional equity and social justice across the board. In this inspiring talk, Dr. Melissa Clarke invites us to expand our thinking to consider that intersectional solutions exist to racial inequity.
Learn to be the last one to speak, so that you can understand and make a decision.
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