Dr. Maya Angelou, who passed away on May 28, was more than a writer, poet, or even universally loved teacher–she was an inspiration. In 2011 I had the privilege of visiting Dr. Angelou in her house in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. I was nervous. All...

Newton has done just about everything but rotate tires in her 22-year career at Toyota. The new chief corporate social responsibility officer—in charge of Toyota’s diversity and philanthropy initiatives—used to be the auto company’s chief diversity officer....

In 1990, Judy Dlugacz, the founder and owner of Olivia Records, the first woman-owned record company, wanted to take a cruise. But as a lesbian, she didn’t feel entirely comfortable going on a standard cruise. ...

Today, FoodtoEat, based in New York City, has five full-time employees, 10,000 registered users, and 700 vendors....

Diversity Woman spoke to Skip Spriggs about childhood lessons, avoiding internalized groupthink, and the importance of moving beyond diversity to inclusion....

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