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Lisa's Living Room: Where Do We Go From Here? - Shared screen with speaker view
Ezra McNeill
41:52
Ms. Riggs!!!
Enas Hassan
42:08
^^ <3
Guilene Grefin
44:08
Thank you, Ericka! #imPART
Devonii Reid
44:37
Awesome Panel!!!
LISA ROBINSON
48:38
Devoni Reid - thank you for joining.
LISA ROBINSON
48:49
Welcome, Everyone!
Janiqua Green
50:00
Happy to be here! That was very helpful.
Damion Mavour
51:20
can we expound on the abbreviations for those new to this discussion
Damion Mavour
51:25
asking for a friend
Linda Smith
51:59
Employee Resource Groups
Michele Olton
51:59
Employee REsource Groups (ERG's)
Damion Mavour
52:32
thank you
Elicia Felix-Hughey
52:44
We use EBRGs (Employee Business Resource Groups)
Dudnie Michel
53:42
Thanks for that!
Molly Neuman
53:43
Wonderful ideas
Keeva Haynes
54:48
Thank you for leading this call. Are Orly's toolkits available to be shared?
Orly Lynn
56:39
@keeva find me on LinkedIn, happy to share my toolkit
Keeva Haynes
57:05
Will do - thank you!
Andrew Sparkler
01:02:27
Wow - thank you, Ericka! That was so helpful.
Devonii Reid
01:02:48
I agree!
Enas Hassan
01:04:04
🙌🏾🙌🏾🙌🏾🙌🏾🙌🏾
Alison Morgan
01:04:37
D&I is thought of as a nice to have, not a necessity.
LISA ROBINSON
01:05:25
Alison - we have to demand it be a necessity!
Molly Neuman
01:06:19
100%
Kim Robinson
01:14:57
Rory, I’m engaging with a medium sized law firm on d&i. I’m not certain that they will be moved by justice. I hope they will be moved by the business case. I agree with you re: pressure and the moral centre. But, you know law firms….. How can I be influential? How do I engage persuasively?
Rory Verrett
01:21:22
I think you have to get to a WHY reason with the managing partner that is personal, almost selfish. To get them to buy into D&I on its own won’t get you very far.
Dudnie Michel
01:33:31
That's awesome
Dudnie Michel
01:34:14
It makes it inclusive without pressure to have to assume the identity. Nice!
Michele Olton
01:39:01
Rory, your analogies are pure gold
Elicia Felix-Hughey
01:39:18
agree!
Renell Grant
01:39:35
I love Rory’s analogy. TY!!
Linda Smith
01:39:46
I agree!
Joya Nemley
01:39:47
me too~
Joya Nemley
01:39:55
*!
LISA ROBINSON
01:40:22
The Pomegranate Principle - drop the mic!
Molly Neuman
01:40:31
Yes.
Janiqua Green
01:41:51
Right!!
Rhonda Blakey
01:42:01
So true
Devonii Reid
01:42:02
Exactly!
Zoe Bogan
01:42:46
Great job Rory!
Aminata B. Sow
01:43:36
HU!!!
Ezra McNeill
01:43:49
VSU!!!
Janiqua Green
01:44:11
Say that!!
Ezra McNeill
01:44:24
Al Benoit is the GOAT
Lisa Hauptman
01:45:27
Influence Thinking 100%
Michele Olton
01:48:20
I have a question lisa
Molly Neuman
01:48:46
I already messaged you too, Orly!
Sharonda Lindsay
01:48:54
this has been a great discussion...bravo to the panel...and a little something special to Ericka riggs...my sister..
LISA ROBINSON
01:51:19
Any questions? Please feel free to speak up or put in a chat. Thank you.
Kim Robinson
01:53:39
This is for anyone on the panel. I work on d&i with smaller private companies. Is the approach different for large publicly held corporations than for smaller privately held companies?
Michele Olton
01:54:59
thank you!
Kim Robinson
01:55:57
I think the bus boycott was 381 days!
Lauren Robinson
01:56:40
great minds think alike Kimmy. the boycott was 381 days.
Halima McDoom
01:56:49
^^
Al Benoit
01:57:06
Agree with Elicia. We need to seize the opportunity and sacrifice for the long-term!
Lisa Hauptman
01:57:13
This was incredible. Thank you so much to every panelist!!!!
Dudnie Michel
01:57:19
How can I be on the list for a copy of this recording?
Keeva Haynes
01:57:21
Thank you, everyone!
Dudnie Michel
01:58:00
dudnie15@gmail.com
Diana Mathangani
01:58:01
This has been so insightful, thank you to all the speakers and Tangela for hosting this important discussion!
Maiyah J. Rushing
01:58:10
Great panel, thank you!
Karen Wood
01:59:18
This has been very helpful. My company is trying but just not there yet. We still have a way to go.
Renell Grant
01:59:25
Another great event LLR, THANK YOU!!
Linda Smith
01:59:28
This was helpful indeed! We have work to do and this helps us prepare. Great Job Tangela and to the Speakers.
Joey Bryant
01:59:56
Thank you all for hosting this forum. In the way were asking for others to be open-minded we too should be open and patient with those who are allies and perhaps (on -the-fence).400 years is a long time so we've been patient but at the same time we wouldn't be here without our allies we have to be mindful of that!
Andrew Sparkler
02:00:54
Many many thanks to the Panel and Lisa. So many wonderful learnings.
Devonii Reid
02:01:14
This has been awesome... definitely walking away with concrete strategies that I can apply in my role as an educator. I appreciate the experiences and insights of the panelist... Thank you Tangela for moderating such a powerful discussion.
Deanna DeVivo
02:01:19
Thank you so much LLR, panelists, and everyone for another incredible event!!
Molly Neuman
02:01:26
“Listen, Learn, Assess, Act”
Sophia Eras
02:01:35
Thank you everyone!!
LISA ROBINSON
02:02:45
The Phenomenal Women of Lisa’s Living Room thank you for joining us this evening!
Heather Moore
02:03:12
Great job Tawny!
Ezra McNeill
02:03:33
This was amazing! Thank you all!
Heather Moore
02:03:48
Great panel, thanks!
Rhonda Blakey
02:03:51
Thank you to the panel for the tools!
Rhonda Blakey
02:04:00
and GEMS
Al Benoit
02:04:02
Thank you panel! Sincerely, A Pomegranate
Michele Olton
02:04:07
xoxo