The Goldman Sachs CDO on the positives of ambiguity, returning to the workforce, and intersectionality Anilu Vazquez-Ubarri, who grew up in Puerto Rico and came to the United States to study at Princeton, has long been integral in promoting diversity at the financial firm Goldman Sachs. Today she...

Who are the “hidden figures” in your organization? In spite of the growing diversity of the United States, people of color oftentimes have been portrayed negatively by the media and the entertainment industry. These negative stereotypes have an impact on how people of color are perceived...

“What leadership attributes do you value most in others and in yourself?” Amanda Vela, Group VP, Stores I value leaders who are authentic, build teams of diverse thought, have a fearless drive for success, and do it all while having fun. Authenticity and diversity bring different strategies; drive...

Traveling to a destination with a new mind-set can lead to the most rewarding vacation of your life By Erika Mailman We never regret travel. Clothing and expensive dinners come and go, but the memories and insights gained on a trip remain with a traveler forever. This...

Peete’s entire life and career have been defined by her ability to keep an open mind—and shine a light on what is truly important. By Jackie Krentzman Big Bird. Kermit the Frog. The Cookie Monster. Bert and Ernie. Roosevelt Franklin. These are some of the beloved Sesame Street...

For all the gains women have made in business, they are still far less likely than men to found the highest-value start-ups. That’s the message from a research report by Goodcall.com examining the factors behind the success of male and female founders of unicorns (start-ups valued...

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