Doing the work that reverses the wrongs of history and seeks equality, fairness, and justice for marginalized populations in every system must be a mindful and intentional choice.
And that work will take you beyond the traditional (and still very necessary) approaches to organizational diversity and inclusion. So how do you propel organizational thinking beyond traditional notions of diversity and inclusion in order to focus on the manifestations of cultural marginalization in your organization and beyond?
I approach this work with a deep curiosity about and fervent hope for the human experience. I believe that every single person is valuable and should have the freedom to live unapologetically in the authenticity of who they are without judgment, without prejudice, and without fear. When, as a society or as individuals, we fail people in that regard – my personal commitment is to show up and do what I can to help repair the harm and guide us into a better experience.
I approach this work with humility, sometimes having more questions than answers, but always with a resolute commitment to keep showing up.
I approach this work with an entrepreneurial spirit and the audacity to try something new, try something different, or try something that goes against the grain. My solutions are rarely exactly the same, because I’ve never met two situations or organizations that were exactly the same.
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