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Zoe M (she/her)
00:44
Good afternoon from Toronto, I’m a Sr. Leadership Consultant using DEI and Process Improvement to drive employee engagement. www.linkedin.com/in/meetzoemitchell. Looking forward to another great conversation today.
Ken Sanchez (He/Him/His)
01:38
Good morning friends! Greetings from Los Angeles! https://www.linkedin.com/in/kennethmsanchez/
Ken Sanchez (He/Him/His)
01:50
Still in transition but hoping that change soon.
Shelley Leveridge
02:13
Hi everyone! I’m the Founder and Owner of Folded Owl. We’re an agency in Oklahoma City that provides diversity marketing and inclusive communications for equity-minded companies. https://www.linkedin.com/in/shelleyleveridge/
Shelley Leveridge
02:19
Folded Owl Company page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/18936614/admin/
Denise Reid (she/her/hers)
02:25
Great to be here. Denise Reid, Key Personnel Community Relations and DR Consulting - Tulsa, OK
Joe Motes he/his/him
02:31
Hi everyone!!!
Ryan Kenny (he/him)
02:31
Brian & Rana! Yay!!
Mette Buchman
02:32
Hi all. Mette from NYC. Freelance Org.Psychologist if in need. mettecharisbuchman@gmail.com
Lauren Boudreau she/her/hers
02:33
Greetings All, ///Lauren here from Cape Ann Massachusetts, USA; ancestral land of the Agawam tribal people that I’m fortunate to reside in and enjoy. I am Chair of the LGBTQ+ & Ally ERG at Iron Mountain and I look forward to join in community to learn. I am open to connect with folks working to advance, Diversity, Inclusive, Equity and Social Justice work within corporate structures. http://linkedin.com/in/lauren-boudreau-steeves-4194261
Erica Fuhr (she/her)
02:34
hey all! Erica (she/her) from the Toronto area in Canada. DEI practitioner in aviation for the last 11 years.
Ryan Letts (they//he)
02:39
Hi friends! Ryan Letts (they/he) from LA. Always happy to connect - https://www.linkedin.com/in/ryan-letts-they-he-655b12168/
Lynda Fraser
02:59
Hi all! Always good to be here. HR specialist with Solomon Page in NYC. (exec search and recruitment firm)
Lynda Fraser
03:03
https://www.linkedin.com/in/lynda-fraser-she-her-hers-9638966
Farheen Choudhary
03:05
Good to be here! I am Farheen from Princeton NJ: https://www.linkedin.com/in/farheenc/
Lila Bauman (she/her/hers)
03:06
Happy Thursday from Denver, CO: I teach Leading Diverse and Inclusive organizations at Regis Univ. I am stretching my skills around creating constructive and authentic dialogue about race and identity. www.linkedin.com/in/liladockenbauman
Martha Higgins (She, Her, Hers)
03:10
Hi everyone, Martha from MTH Advisors (Mind to Heart) - Leadership coaching and HR consulting firm in Boston, MA
VICTORIA CABAL she/her/hers
03:11
Morning from Salt Lake City, UT. I am Victoria Cabal, Director of the Office for Student Inclusion at the David Eccles School of Business, University of Utah. I always love joining these calls! https://www.linkedin.com/in/victoria-cabal/
Chuck Privitera (he/him/his)
03:13
Hi everyone! Chuck Privitera here from New York Metro just trying to be an active anti racist in the OWG business of financial services. If you want to see how, join me tonight at this free SHRM event. I'm presenting!!! https://sussexwarrenhrma.org/meetinginfo.php?id=6&ts=1602195173 https://www.linkedin.com/in/charles-chuck-privitera/
Mariah Niemiec
03:14
Thank you for the invitation! Mariah Niemiec here from iWorld Professionals, national staffing firm in Rochester NY.
Robynne Sherrill
03:16
Always good to join this community!! Let's connect https://www.linkedin.com/in/drsherrill
Gretchen Kinder
03:25
I'm Gretchen - working in sales marketing for a national Medicaid/Medicare brand, https://www.linkedin.com/in/gretchenkinder/
Natasha Porizkova (She/Her/Hers)
03:37
Hello, everyone! Natasha here. I am a DEI Manager at Nika White Consulting! Would love to connect: https://www.linkedin.com/in/natashaporizkova/
Joe Motes he/his/him
03:39
Yess!!! Community Call time. Let's connect https://www.linkedin.com/in/josephmotes/
Kristin Goetze she/her/hers
03:42
Hello from Minneapolis. I’m excited for this call today. I’ve been following Rana’s work since the last time he joined the community call. Love his work! https://www.linkedin.com/in/kristingoetze
Justin Brady-Joyner (he/him)
03:55
Hi all! Justin (he/him) from NI in Austin, TX. Happy to connect: https://linkedin.com/in/jbradyjoyner
Nirmal
04:28
Hi Everyone, Nirmal from Eaton Corporation joining from Houston
Sera Fernando (she, her, siya)
04:28
Hello all! Sera here from the Santa Clara Office of LGBTQ Affairs. Let's connect! https://www.linkedin.com/in/serafernando/
Natasha Porizkova (She/Her/Hers)
04:55
Rana is a rock star!
Lamar Goodenough
04:59
Hi I’m Lamar (she/her), a first-timer. Web UX/Content/Research with Digital Wave in Huntingdon Valley, PA. Newly part of EDI Working Group for parent company https://www.linkedin.com/in/lamar-goodenough-66432a3/
Lois Coburn (she/her/hers)
05:00
Hi everyone. Lois Coburn, HR leader, LC HR Consulting providing interim/fractional HR leadership support. I'm in NC, after an entire lifetime in CA. Here to learn. https://www.linkedin.com/in/loiscoburn/
Damon Maassen
05:07
Greetings from Atlanta! I am a DEI advocate that specializes in helping individuals understand their impact on belonging and inclusion. I am currently seeking out my next fantastic career opportunity. Happy to connect with the group https://www.linkedin.com/in/damon-maassen/
Lisa White
06:07
Hi Everyone! I am Lisa White and this is my first weekly call. Good to get to know everyone! https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisawhite-iopsych/
Robynne Sherrill
06:21
Welcome @LisaWhite!
Brian McComak (he/him)
06:23
https://www.linkedin.com/in/bmccomak/
Brian McComak (he/him)
06:27
So glad to be here!
Ken Sanchez (He/Him/His)
06:42
Oh fun! Politics… sigh
Michelle Campbell, Ph.D. (she/her/hers)
06:44
Greetings from Duke University! I’m a Communications Consultant in Graduate Communications and Intercultural Programs in the Pratt School of Engineering. Please feel free to connect! https://www.linkedin.com/in/michelle-campbell-ph-d-7900b088/
Kayt Tiskus (she/her/hers)
07:02
Hi friends! I’m Kayt Tiskus in NYC. Right now I’m doing a cool consulting project where I’m matchmaking ERGS and corporations with a desire to do something about *gestures* all this with nonprofits that need skilled volunteers (think “I need 20 hours of support with my salesForce!”) It’s term-limited so I’m on the hunt for an in-house DEIB position. I love making friends working in the DEIB space - reach out on LinkedIn and let’s chat! https://www.linkedin.com/in/kayt-tiskus-she-her-hers-6b6559196/
Joe Motes he/his/him
07:42
So great to be back with everyone!!!
Mala Paltoe
08:05
Hello Everyone, I'm Mala from the Netherlands. I'm joining for the first time. I have a firm for DEI
Marnie Omanoff (she/her/hers)
08:23
Hello all…Zooming in from Delray Beach Florida….consulting on DEI projects and looking to return to a FT DEI role. www.linkedin/in/marnie-omanoff
Mandice McAllister (she/her/hers)
08:24
Hi everyone! Missed last week, and glad to be back. https://www.linkedin.com/in/mandice-mcallister/
Joe Motes he/his/him
08:24
welcome @mala
Shelley Leveridge
08:33
Hi @Mala - I think you’ll love it here!
Tom Vincent (he/him/his)
08:43
Hello everyone! Tom Vincent, Cybersecurity practice lead and DEI Co-Chair, GableGotwals (Tulsa, OK). I hope if we haven’t connected already that you’ll reach out! https://www.linkedin.com/in/tom-vincent-esq/
Ryan Kenny (he/him)
08:43
Howdy, y’all! Ryan, here, D&I practitioner in NYC. Always welcome new connections within this community: https://www.linkedin.com/mwlite/in/kennyryan
Murray A. Mann (he/his/him)
08:58
Hello Everyone Director, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Coaching Center, Forum on Workplace Inclusion https://www.linkedin.com/in/murrayamann/
Skye Latimer
09:07
AMEN
Mandice McAllister (she/her/hers)
09:11
PERIODT
Joe Motes he/his/him
09:13
BOOM
Shelley Leveridge
09:15
That part
Chuck Privitera (he/him/his)
09:18
Say that @Rana!!
Ryan Martinez (He, Him, His)
09:24
Hi JBC Community, Ryan Martinez NYC: DEI Professional- BIG win with my client this week. In a Corporate Announcement the full endorsement and guidelines for sharing your pronouns in your email signature were debuted! Very exciting and powerful moment for the company and for being practitioners of DEI and LGBTQ+ advocacy in and out of industry!
Joe Motes he/his/him
09:28
wow...You Don't get to sit out on human rights!!
Chuck Privitera (he/him/his)
09:43
+1 @Joe
Stephanie Dement (she, her, hers)
09:45
Hello friends! Happy to be here again. Love our weekly connections. I am in North Texas. I am a D&I consultant who focus on LGBTQ+ inclusion/affirmation/allyship. https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephaniekdement/
Ken Sanchez (He/Him/His)
09:47
Congrats @Ryan!
Ryan Letts (they//he)
09:50
You go, @Ryan! Many congrats!
Joe Motes he/his/him
09:53
my next canva creation ...will include that!
Shelley Leveridge
10:19
👏
Eliz Ali
10:36
Hi all, Eliz from RanaVerse here!
Joe Motes he/his/him
10:45
Hi Eliz!
Sarah Wheeler (she/her/hers)
10:49
Hello from Brooklyn, Yes, you don’t get to publicize and then do nothing! Yay
Eliz Ali
10:55
More on our work here: https://www.ranaverse.com/
Mala Paltoe
11:10
https://www.linkedin.com/in/malapaltoe/
Josephine (She/Her)
11:11
Hello everyone! https://www.linkedin.com/in/josephine-guckiean-she-her-hers-b2a8643/
Mira Niswonger (she/her/hers)
12:02
Hello from Northern VA. Diversity Inclusion & Belonging Senior Program Manager at Capital One https://www.linkedin.com/in/mira-niswonger/
Skye Latimer
12:20
True. Working in Oklahoma/the mid west is HARD.
Dikua (she/her/hers)
12:47
Good Afternoon All! :)I'm a Communication Specialist and former Program Manager seeking new DEI opportunities.I recently relocated from NYC to PA. I'm here to learn and connect!http://www.linkedin.com/in/dikuaigga
Tom Vincent (he/him/his)
13:40
+1 Skye!
Ken Sanchez (He/Him/His)
13:40
That’s all we talk about now
Denise Reid (she/her/hers)
14:17
@Skye there's a good network of people in Oklahoma that can be support!
Denise Reid (she/her/hers)
14:31
Let's connect
Justin Brady-Joyner (he/him)
14:42
Yes! We’ve been discussing what ‘bringing your full self to work’ means in relation to bringing your political beliefs into the office, etc. I’ve been sharing the podcast interview from JBC with Kenji Yoshino on covering where he talks about this specifically as one input.
Shelley Leveridge (she/her/hers)
14:46
@denise Do we have a support group on social somewhere? 😆
Dominic Longo (he/him) - Flourishing Gays
14:46
@Brian & @Rana - Very curious how Rana working for Equinox as a client is related to all of this!
Tom Vincent (he/him/his)
14:49
+1 Denise - Happy to connect as well Skye!
Heidi Ellis (she/her/hers)
15:05
Yes. This important as I also do a lot of political work, but I also work with nonprofits
Shelley Leveridge (she/her/hers)
15:08
@Tom - Skye can help me make sure I email you to set up a chat. lol
Tom Vincent (he/him/his)
18:10
Thanks Shelley!
Deborah Harris
18:22
Greetings from Houston, TX https://www.linkedin.com/in/deborah-harris-4b729537/
Mandice McAllister (she/her/hers)
19:11
Whew. People's right to not vote has been giving folks trouble this election cycle.
Murray A. Mann (he/his/him)
19:46
For colleagues who are looking for new opportunities, the Inclusion Allies Coalition D&I Career Opportunities has created the following webpage http://www.inclusioncoalition.info/d-i-career-opportunities.html
Kayt Tiskus (she/her/hers)
20:25
Thanks Murray - a great resource!
Farheen Choudhary (she/her/hers)
20:26
I am seeking an exciting full time DEI Lead opportunity within the financial and healthcare sector. I would love to connect with anyone here for any tips and pointers! I am the Founder of an Organizational Development firm, focusing on DEI, educator of DEI at higher ed, and contributor in various higher ed and business committees. Would love any insight from this group on how best to look for full time positions! Thanks so much :) https://www.linkedin.com/in/farheenc/
Brett Brewster (He, His, Him)
20:56
Good morning everyone, regular attendee of these amazing talks. I’m based in Los Angeles and run partnerships for a platform called MixR that specializes in allowing employees to create, manage and run their own self interest groups. It also allows existing ERG’s and D&I groups a place to live and thrive. If anyone is interested in chatting I’d love to connect. Happy Thursday everyone! https://www.linkedin.com/in/brettbrewster/
Shelley Leveridge (she/her/hers)
21:23
Heya, Brett!
Erica Fuhr (she/her)
21:49
yes! thank you for that. "it's okay to hold space" I struggle mostly with women's events, people upset that men are excluded
Lisa White
22:40
I have the opportunity to work with a suburban city to improve their diversity initiatives in terms of inclusive events and representation within the community. What suggestions would you have about what should be the primary focus?
Ken Sanchez (He/Him/His)
22:40
I wish that Facebook and other platforms would turn the comments off completely.
Mandice McAllister (she/her/hers)
22:47
Same Ken.
Lee Reece
22:50
Hi folks-- I discovered JBC last week during Out & Equal's Workplace Summit. Excited to make new D&I connections! https://www.linkedin.com/in/leereece
Justin Brady-Joyner (he/him)
23:06
@rana - did you get any pushback from people about the decision to turn the comments off? I think it’s a great strategy at times, but am curious as to if you did and how you responded.
Farheen Choudhary (she/her/hers)
23:07
Thanks Murray, that is a great resource!
Justin Brady-Joyner (he/him)
23:31
Yes! I’d love to see them. :)
Heidi Ellis (she/her/hers)
23:35
Rana, your work is so aligned with what I do in policy and strategy with gov and NGOs
Mandice McAllister (she/her/hers)
25:06
Wow
Mandice McAllister (she/her/hers)
25:19
That's awesome
Eliz Ali
25:32
Coach: https://www.instagram.com/p/CGVzQ32gLdu/
Michelle Campbell, Ph.D. (she/her/hers)
25:34
That’s awesome!!
iPhone
25:37
hey everyone! my name is Moradeyo Adeyi. I recently started my own equity and inclusion consulting group, and just booked my first client. I also teach a course on oppression at Hunter College. happy to be here and connect !
iPhone
25:40
https://www.linkedin.com/in/moradeyo-adeyi-50947535
Eliz Ali
25:46
Axe: https://www.instagram.com/p/CF0g0Dwppwn/
Brett Brewster (He, His, Him)
25:55
I forgot to add the link - www.mixr.net
Brett Brewster (He, His, Him)
26:50
Hi Shelley! :) :)
Ryan Letts (they//he)
28:01
That is amazing! Videos in ASL are so crucial.
Eliz Ali
28:19
Unilever - https://vimeo.com/showcase/7660850
Mandice McAllister (she/her/hers)
29:14
That is one aspect of voter suppression I never considered. Relating to the LGBTQ+ community
Talitha Ebrite (she/her)
29:34
I love that!
Ken Sanchez (He/Him/His)
30:50
Imagine what that would be like doing something like that but coming from a major professional sports team
Dominic Longo (he/him) - Flourishing Gays
31:05
Hi friends – I am Dominic Longo, in NYC. Founder of Flourishing Gays, I do leadership development and executive coaching from LGBTQ+ perspectives, specifically a cohort-based 6-month leadership program specially designed for highly accomplished LGBTQ+ men. I also do organizational development consulting for smaller companies on their DEI learning journeys. Happy to connect with members of this community of DEI practitioners!https://www.flourishinggays.com/https://www.linkedin.com/in/fdominiclongo/
Kayt Tiskus (she/her/hers)
31:13
This is amazing! I help trans folks change their names legally, and the biggest pain point is usually how uncomfortable it is to walk into a courthouse, often with an id that doesn’t match their present appearance. The legal part isn’t very complicated, but the safe interaction with institutions part - much easier with a lawyer walking in with you
Kayt Tiskus (she/her/hers)
31:53
Thinking about how to help with similar problems with voting? from unilever? MIND BLOWN
Dikua (she/her/hers)
32:07
+1 Mandice. This is truly eye opening!
Mandice McAllister (she/her/hers)
32:35
Same here @ Kayt
Mandice McAllister (she/her/hers)
33:31
WHEW!
Mandice McAllister (she/her/hers)
33:33
Say that!
Sarah Wheeler (she/her/hers)
33:54
@Rana, so important for internal and external pieces to be aligned. Could not agree more!
Ken Sanchez (He/Him/His)
34:53
Can Rana share how the voting process goes in the UK? It would be great to hear that.
Natasha Porizkova (She/Her/Hers)
35:07
Woohoo to queer POC! We are here!
Mandice McAllister (she/her/hers)
35:10
A friend and I were just talking about that earlier this week. There are SO many barriers to voting.
Erin Black
35:45
Makes me so sad that it’s hard for POC to vote here in the US!
Mandice McAllister (she/her/hers)
37:33
Yes
Mandice McAllister (she/her/hers)
37:44
It sure is
Ceysa (she/her)
37:47
I'm an American based in the UK, and it's really interesting to see how differently the UK treats racial issues. People here tend to still believe that racial injustices don't happen in the way that they happen in the US, but when you hear white people talk about other races, there is definitely still an inherent level of racism and stereotyping. I get the sense that racism is still systemic here, but it's not being talked about enough.
Shelley Leveridge (she/her/hers)
38:21
@Ceysa Do they not realize our racism was a direct import from the UK??
Heidi Ellis (she/her/hers)
38:36
Voting is also difficult for trans people (esp trans people of color) because ID is necessary to vote and they may not have IDs that affirm their gender or they may not have an ID at all because they do not have secure housing
Ceysa (she/her)
39:35
@Shelley Some do, but it's still seen as a US issue, not a UK issue.
Shelley Leveridge (she/her/hers)
40:23
@Ceysa WOW. We didn’t invent slavery and colonialism. That’s some serious cognitive dissonance.
Skye Latimer (she/her)
41:08
HAHAHAHAHA
Skye Latimer (she/her)
41:15
That’s a real response.
Heidi Ellis (she/her/hers)
41:30
hahahaha that is me as well
Shelley Leveridge (she/her/hers)
41:40
We need to own it because plenty of people benefitted from those things and we certainly continued that culture. But to see it as strictly and American issue is willingly ignorant.
Heidi Ellis (she/her/hers)
41:49
learned to exercise patience, especially with "liberal" white folks
Lila Docken Bauman (she/her/hers)
44:23
@Rana: This speaks to the importance of breaking down silos and diversifying our relationships so that we can be in a place to ally in meaningful ways. Dolly Chugh in her book The Person You Mean to Be: Many well meaning people who consider themselves allies actually have homogenous network groups. She encourages people to audit their own contact lists and friend/neighbor groups to assess how diverse one's personal relationships really are.
iPhone (2)
44:28
why are no Black perspectives represented in this discussion?
Dominic Longo (he/his) - Flourishing Gays
44:38
Or CEOs who are out as pro-Trump (ie. Equinox!)
Talitha Ebrite (she/her)
45:04
Amen, Heidi. We “liberal” white folks need to learn that sometimes the best way we can help is to STFU, stop trying to control a conversation that doesn’t belong to us, and ask the POC who have been doing the work forever if, as Dr. Nika White said, there’s something we can do that they either can’t or don’t want to do.
Heidi Ellis (she/her/hers)
46:48
THANK YOU @Talitha
Ceysa (she/her)
47:31
Re: Talitha's comment - if you haven't discovered it already, Michelle Obama has a podcast and the second episode speaks really well about how people in privileged positions can step aside to make space for others. Really great listen
Nika White
47:38
Would love to connect with members of this community, Dr. Nika White, nikawhite.com; https://www.linkedin.com/in/nikawhite/
Mandice McAllister (she/her/hers)
49:01
This conversation has been enlightening. I had no idea that brands were even engaged in this kind of activism. It's very inspiring
Rachel Munyaradzi
49:16
Good Morning everyone my name is Rachel Munyaradzi and I am a Change Management Consultant and Executive Coach. I am new to the DEI space and I am learning so much from this forumRachel Rudo MunyaradziContact InfoYour Profilelinkedin.com/in/rachel-r-munyaradziEmailrachelrudo@gmail.com
Joy (She/Her) Schwartz
49:22
Could Rana repeat those organizations Unilever is working with?
Tom Vincent (he/him/his)
49:42
+1 Talitha - stand behind, don’t step in front.
Eliz Ali
49:55
When We All Vote, Civic Alliance, VoteRiders & Hustlers Guild
Mariah Niemiec
50:04
I'd love to connect with more people from this community/discussion as well.
Mariah Niemiec
50:06
https://www.linkedin.com/in/mariah-niemiec/
Lila Docken Bauman (she/her/hers)
50:44
This is all so eye opening. How about elderly voters and those in nursing homes? Many Indian reservations also are very under resourced re safe and fair polling places.
Eliz Ali
50:45
Coach: More Than A Vote & Voto Latino
Joy (She/Her) Schwartz
50:51
Thank you, Rana!
Ryan Kenny (he/him)
53:32
Same, here! Inspiration led to joining & leading an ERG, which led to a career path in D&I.
Farheen Choudhary (she/her/hers)
54:05
That is what I am trying to do (full time position in DEI)! Would love to chat with you @Nika White and @Natasha Porizkova.
Ken Sanchez (He/Him/His)
54:14
It’s not an easy transition…I have been trying for 9 months haha
Natasha Porizkova (She/Her/Hers)
54:52
Anyone else interested in making the switch, feel free to connect with me: https://www.linkedin.com/in/natashaporizkova/
Lois Coburn (she/her/hers)
55:16
25 years in HR leadership - job descriptions are wish lists! Rarely, does anyone actually meet the job requirements, and we hire them anyway.
Natasha Porizkova (She/Her/Hers)
55:18
Like Ken said, it is not an easy transition. It was a long road to get here, but it is absolutely worth it.
Angeleen Rohda
55:19
My job has added D&I work to my plate yet it isn't part of my 'official' job. I've found I love and enjoy the D&I work - so this transition is on my mind as well!
Zoe M (she/her)
55:40
@Lois, great point!
Michelle Campbell, Ph.D. (she/her/hers)
55:59
DEI and Intercultural Communications fields are separate, but overlapping. You might also think about investigating those intersections and circles!
Skye Latimer (she/her)
56:44
Cmon 45!
Ashley Brown (she/her)
56:48
I am also looking to move into a full time DEI role. I wish there was a clear path or education track to follow haha Would love to connect with anyone who has any insight or advice :)https://www.linkedin.com/in/ashmacbro/
Ashley Brown (she/her)
57:13
https://www.linkedin.com/in/ashmac/
Lila Docken Bauman (she/her/hers)
58:02
Which requires empowering and listening to voices of those vulnerable to barriers that maybe are below most people's radar!
Murray A. Mann (he/his/him)
58:26
For colleagues who are looking for new opportunities, the Inclusion Allies Coalition D&I Career Opportunities has created the following webpage http://www.inclusioncoalition.info/d-i-career-opportunities.html
Farheen Choudhary (she/her/hers)
58:27
I am so sorry, I have to jump off for another call at 1pm. So great to meet everyone! Thank you!
Natasha Porizkova (She/Her/Hers)
58:40
Have to hop off, but thank you Brian, Rana and the whole community!
Denise Reid (she/her/hers)
59:03
Is anyone familiar with a certification program for DEI professionals that they would recommend?
Skye Latimer (she/her)
59:14
Yes. 100%
Angeleen Rohda
59:16
I've heard good things about the Cornell program
Josephine (She/Her)
59:17
I agree Rachel!!!
Ken Sanchez (He/Him/His)
59:18
It’s a pleasure to connect with everyone! Please connect and let’s keep the vibrancy of this conversation going. https://www.linkedin.com/in/kennethmsanchez/
Angeleen Rohda
59:21
I also agree, Rachel!
Beth Miller (she/her)
59:34
cornell, JBC has a program too
Ryan Letts (they//he)
59:35
Denise, I just finished the Cornell program and I would recommend it!
Ashley Brown (she/her)
59:44
^ Same!
Denise Reid (she/her/hers)
59:44
Thank you Angeleen
Lisa White
59:53
Denise try the National Diversity Council.
Angeleen Rohda
59:54
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Denise Reid (she/her/hers)
59:56
@Ryan...good to know...thank you!
Raymonda Talley (her/hers)
59:57
Very true!!!
Skye Latimer (she/her)
59:58
Yesssssssss
Zoe M (she/her)
01:00:10
So right Rana!
Denise Reid (she/her/hers)
01:00:22
Thanks Lisa - have you completed theirs?
Ryan Letts (they//he)
01:00:25
Happy to share my personal experience! :D
Murray A. Mann (he/his/him)
01:01:02
I look forward to connecting with members of our community. Director, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Coaching Center, Forum on Workplace Inclusion https://www.linkedin.com/in/murrayamann/
Maureen Booth | she/hers
01:01:18
Thank you everyone for another amazing call. Would love to connect with other members of this community. https://www.linkedin.com/in/maureenbooth/
Eliz Ali
01:01:22
Ranas LinkedIn! https://www.linkedin.com/in/rana-reeves-72637552/
Ramona Gupta (she/her/hers)
01:01:25
I do DEI work in higher ed and am always happy to hear from Rana and to connect!
Ceysa (she/her)
01:01:28
I have to drop, but this was a fabulous discussion. Feel free to reach out on LinkedIn to keep the connections going! https://www.linkedin.com/in/ceysa/
Chantell Garrett
01:01:28
http://linkedin.com/in/chantellgarrett
Ramona Gupta (she/her/hers)
01:01:32
https://linkedin.com/in/ramonagupta
Brian McComak (he/him)
01:01:34
https://www.linkedin.com/in/bmccomak/
Sarah Wheeler (she/her/hers)
01:01:36
https://www.linkedin.com/in/sbwheeler2008 Thanks all for a great conversation and chat!
Ken Sanchez (He/Him/His)
01:01:59
Yes! Consumerism! woo hoo :)
Veronica Pirillo (she/her/hers)
01:02:06
Thank you all for joining today, and thank you Brian and Rana for such a great discussion.
Sera Fernando (she, her, siya)
01:02:41
I love talking about queer, trans, intersectional inclusion. Feel free to connect with me :) https://www.linkedin.com/in/serafernando/
Lila Docken Bauman (she/her/hers)
01:03:07
Values add value!!
Stephanie Dement (she, her, hers)
01:03:08
Love the discussion today — we have to be able to discuss politics, esp. with this election! https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephaniekdement/
Ryan Martinez (He, Him, His)
01:03:10
do what's right and go in #pursefirst! Thank you Rana and Brian!
Mette Charis Buchman (She/Her/Hers)
01:03:10
Thanks for a great conversations!
Skye Latimer (she/her)
01:03:12
I LOVED THIS CONVERSATION!
Lamar Goodenough
01:03:13
Thank you!!
Ken Sanchez (He/Him/His)
01:03:26
Thank you all!
JPruitt she/her/hers
01:03:29
Thank you!!
Michelle Campbell, Ph.D. (she/her/hers)
01:03:29
Thank you!
Marnie Omanoff (she/her/hers)
01:03:30
Thank you!!
Josephine (She/Her)
01:03:30
Thank you all!!
Lila Docken Bauman (she/her/hers)
01:03:34
Thank you Rana and Brian! So enlightening and wise! Blessings everyone!
Sera Fernando (she, her, siya)
01:03:37
Thank you!
Lois Coburn (she/her/hers)
01:03:38
Thank you everyone!
Jasmine Gill
01:03:43
Brian - congrats on your promo - I remember you from the audience!
Dikua (she/her/hers)
01:03:45
Thank you and Stay Safe All!