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Daniel Dae Kim: “Pressure Makes Diamonds, and Our Community Has Been Under Pressure”

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In recognition of Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month, the actor, producer and activist joined T‑Mobile’s EVP of Advanced & Emerging Technologies John Saw as part of the company’s Talking with Trailblazers employee guest‑speaker series to address the rise of Asian hate in America, and how history can help lead a path forward to a better and more equitable place for all.

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In recognition of Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month, the actor, producer and activist joined T‑Mobile’s EVP of Advanced & Emerging Technologies John Saw as part of the company’s Talking with Trailblazers employee guest‑speaker series to address the rise of Asian hate in America, and how history can help lead a path forward to a better and more equitable place for all.

Dow Leadership Academy Mentors

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The Dow Leadership Academy supports under-represented high school students through mentorship and training in communication, social skills, leadership, and financial literacy, as well as STEM career exploration. In this installment, we hear from DLA mentors who discuss the impact the program had on them and the students.

Looking Ahead at the Dow Leadership Academy

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The Dow Leadership Academy supports under-represented high school students through mentorship and training in communication, social skills, leadership, and financial literacy, as well as STEM career exploration. This program will be expanding in 2021.

Building A Company Where All Employees Feel Valued

NortonLifeLock’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Strategy
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By Kara Jordan | Chief People & Culture Officer, NortonLifeLock

Our vision and values are the foundation for everything we do as a team. We know who we are and what we stand for; we always think customer first and believe that the only way to win is to do it together. We are open and authentic with ourselves and each other. And, we prioritize speed and simplicity.

The Voice of Leadership: Women in Wildlife in Zambia

Supporting women’s involvement in community governance structures and natural resource management decision making
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Tetra Tech’s Patricia Malasha shares how establishing community resource boards to manage natural resources can increase women’s participation and create opportunities for leadership. In honor of International Women’s Day 2021, Patricia notes that women are underrepresented in decision-making but don’t need to be.

This post originally ran on LandLinks.

From Refugee to R&D: Henkel Celebrates Pamela Lam’s Leadership Journey

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Henkel North America salutes the generations of Asians and Pacific Islanders who helped to shape America’s history— and those who will enrich its future. In honor of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, we are proud to highlight one of our leaders and her courageous journey.

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Henkel North America salutes the generations of Asians and Pacific Islanders who helped to shape America’s history— and those who will enrich its future. In honor of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, we are proud to highlight one of our leaders and her courageous journey.

Jason Conyard — Chief Information Officer Talks PRIDE & Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at VMware

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At VMware, we celebrate people from a wide variety of dynamic backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives. We deliver transformative IT solutions by harnessing the power of human difference and building a community that is inclusive and diverse. Recently, we sat down (virtually) with Jason Conyard, Chief Information Officer and Executive Sponsor of the Pride@VMware POD (Power of Difference) at VMware. Read on to get to know Jason.

EarthX Environmental Justice – New Orleans

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By Lauren Zanolli 

New Orleans seems to hold more joy, and more sorrow, than its relatively small frame should allow. The city of 390,000 has an outsized place in the American heart and imagination. And if you’ve ever been there, it’s easy to understand why.

Degree Enters the Adaptive Design Space

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Over the years, we’ve seen continued growth of adaptive products from brands such as McDonalds, Tommy Hilfiger, Microsoft and others.

Corporate America's Racial Awakening: One Year Later

In 2020, big businesses made new commitments to combat systemic racism and social injustice. But are they fulfilling their promises to the Black community?
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Published by ESSENCE.COM MAY/JUNE 2021 Issue

By Kimberly Wilson

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