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“Black women are treading water at work, and we deserve more.” by Ericka Hines How do I know that there are still obstacles to fulfilling our potential? Because I am a Black woman who thinks back to when I worked at organizations and remembers how much I needed to...

The complicated relationship between Black women and health-care providers by Mary Stutts Imagine being in a relationship in which you don’t believe you can trust your partner and feel unseen, unheard, and completely misunderstood. That is the relationship Black women have with health-care. To dissect the issue, we...

While each board is unique, in general they are taking a more strategic and holistic approach to diversity. by Sachi Vora If you are an influential woman of color aspiring to join a corporate board of directors, now is the time for you to step up your...

Using Power to Advance Your Career by Francine Parham [caption id="attachment_12516" align="alignleft" width="600"] Photo by Deirdre Ryan Photography[/caption] I started my career right out of graduate school, hitting the “corporate trail,” as I call it, knowing that I wanted to succeed. I had plans all along to become an executive....

Organizational change requires intentionality. by Natalie Holder Mentoring can be a game changer for anyone set on success. The key is to find mentors who create a relationship built on trust with their mentees. These are the people who will give you the “beyond the brochure” view...

Over the years as publisher of Diversity Woman Media, I have diligently made sure to remain politically neutral.  Diversity Woman magazine is focused solely on woman’s leadership development, and Inclusion magazine is focused entirely on diversity, equity, and inclusion. But sometimes, a response to events in...

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