The Inclusion Imperative During the COVID-19 Crisis and Beyond
One of the less visible consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the global response to it, is the impact on traditionally marginalized em
Committed to D&I? Shout it From the Rooftops!
If a potential job candidate, business partner or customer searched your website looking for information on diversity and inclusion, would t
Taking a Macro View of Microaggressions
While there are certainly many painful and shocking exceptions, the racism and discrimination faced by women, people of color and other...
Have We Reached the Tipping Point on Race?
In the aftermath of the killing of George Floyd, an unarmed Black man, by Minneapolis police officers on May 26, 2020, many companies scramb
Making The Business Case for Diversity and Inclusion
We’ve been arguing for years that a focus on diversity and inclusion isn’t simply a feel-good activity, it’s solid business sense and can pr
From Optional to Urgent: It’s Time for the Majority to Step Up
Never in my work on inclusion and diversity have I seen such a profound opportunity for change, particularly as it relates to the Black comm
How Diversity and Inclusion Have Changed
A few years ago, we talked about diversity and inclusion efforts “then” and “now.” That discussion serves as a useful starting point to unde
Happy Anniversary: 19 Years and Still Fighting for Inclusive Workplaces
July 17, 2020, marked the 19th anniversary of InclusionINC! It’s been a journey that has included several milestones and much success. But,
Are You Looking at Issues Through a Multitude of Lenses?
When I'm faced with a problem, I have my own unique way of attempting to solve the problem based on my past experiences, my educational
Inclusion Works, But We Must Keep Working!
We were pioneers in inclusion work. I founded InclusionINC in 2001. Our name reflects our focus on inclusion—not diversity—as the critical d