Representational Opportunity

My story about two Sacred Heart University alumna working in the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion space in corporate America.

“For a long time, corporate America seemed to ignore the fact that diversity could be good for both the organizational cul- ture and the bottom line. However, thanks to the searchlights provided by the Black Lives Matter and #MeToo movements of the past several years, companies have begun not only to embrace diversity but to realize that it means nothing without inclusion, without employees from underrepresented groups feeling like they’re not just there, but that they belong there. In the words of educator and activist Verna Myers, ‘Diversity is being asked to the party. Inclusion is being asked to dance.’”

Read the full story here, starting on page 20.

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