Leadership

Creating strong teams at Zurich North America By Kimberly Olson Early in Brian Little’s career, conversations with senior leaders caused something to click. “What I really liked at that time was being able to talk to a CEO or CFO,” he says. “I enjoyed learning about their...

The NCAA is putting a full-court press on increasing diversity and inclusion in college athletics Over the past 50 years or so, collegiate sports have been considered one of the most inclusionary elements of American society. College athletics became universally integrated by race in the 1960s,...

Written by Katherine Griffin 5 Minutes with Tujuanna Williams Tujuanna Williams grew up watching her mother, owner of four Nashville beauty salons, advise women who wanted to start businesses. Today Williams, who has spent much of her career as a diversity leader for major companies, is vice...

Debbie Roberts: The zone president at a huge global brand learned her love of business working in a corner store By Katrina Brown Hunt When she started really moving up in her career at a certain global brand, Debbie Roberts took time to do one important thing:...

Next Young Entrepreneur: Jessica Scorpio If someone challenged you to come up with an idea that could make life better for one billion people over the next 10 years, what would you do? Jessica Scorpio cofounded Getaround, a company that aims to reduce the environmental impact of...

Men at Work: S. Shariq Yosufzai By Janell Hazelwood At Chevron, diversity is part of the corporation’s core values. One of the world’s leading energy giants, the company has earned numerous accolades, from achieving a perfect score on the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Corporate Equality Index, to...

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