Podcast

SurveyMonkey and #BlackLivesMatter (w/ Zander Lurie)

Zach has the pleasure of sitting down to chat with Zander Lurie, the CEO of SurveyMonkey, about his company, what he’s both excited and nervous about in the next 12 months, and what he’s...

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See It to Be It : Career Advancement Expert

On the twenty-first entry of our See It to Be It podcast series, Amy C. Waninger speaks with Francine Parham, a career expert and practitioner focused on female leadership and the advancement of women into...

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Getting the Memo (w/ Minda Harts)

Zach has the pleasure of chatting with Minda Harts, author of the best-seller “The Memo: What Women of Color Need to Know to Secure a Seat at the Table,” about the launch of her book...

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*Bonus Pod* Black Creativity + Levity (w/ Zach and Ade)

Zach and Ade spend some time catching up in this lighthearted special Monday episode. Ade shares a bit about what she’s focusing on right now – check the link in the show notes to...

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282 See It to Be It : Photojournalist (w/ Monica Morgan)

On the twentieth installment of our See It to Be It podcast series, Amy C. Waninger speaks with Monica Morgan, an award-winning international photojournalist who has documented historical events around the globe. Morgan has served...

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280 : Re-imagining Tech & Belonging (w/ Aubrey Blanche)

Zach chats with Aubrey Blanche, the Director of Equitable Design & Impact at Culture Amp, about re-imagining tech and belonging. She discusses her complicated relationship with race and identity, talks about how to effectively combat...

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278 The Link Up with Latesha : Racism in the Workplace

On the final installment of The Link Up with Latesha, our incredible host Latesha Byrd, founder and CEO of Byrd Career Consulting, takes a deep dive into exploring racism in the workplace. She shares some...

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275 See It to Be It : Insurance Regulator (w/ Sha’Ron James)

On the nineteenth entry of our See It to Be It podcast series, Amy C. Waninger speaks with Sha’Ron James, an insurance professional with nearly two decades of experience providing forward thinking, strategic and regulatory...

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273 : Jacob Blake, COVID-19, & Black Equity (w/ Nikole Hannah-Jones)

Zach speaks with Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Nikole Hannah-Jones about the state-sanctioned shooting of Jacob Blake, her personal career journey from the high school newspaper to The New York Times, the opposition she’s experienced as director...

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272 : Rehabbing Your Career (w/ Kanika Tolver)

Zach chats with Kanika Tolver, founder and CEO of Career Rehab LLC and author of Career Rehab: Rebuild Your Personal Brand and Rethink the Way You Work, on this special Saturday episode themed around rehabbing...

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270 : Biden/Harris, Voting Rights, & COVID-19 (w/ Delegate Lashrecse Aird)

Zach has the honor of chatting with Virginia Democratic Delegate Lashrecse Aird in a wide-ranging interview about the Biden/Harris ticket, voting rights, and COVID-19. Listen to the full show to find out the greatest challenges Lashrecse...

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269 See It to Be It : Risk Management & Insurance Expert (w/ Lawanda “Elle Michell” Hall)

On the eighteenth installment of our See It to Be It podcast series, Amy C. Waninger speaks with Lawanda “Elle Michell” Hall, an engaging global Risk Management & Insurance professional with experience in diverse industries. She...

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267 : HR & #BlackLivesMatter [Part 1] (w/ Chris Michel)

Zach sits down with Bloomberg LP’s American Head of Diversity & Inclusion Chris Michel to discuss this moment of racial reckoning we find ourselves in following the tragic murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery...

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266 : Allyship & Privilege (w/ Dr. Lily Jampol)

Zach chats with Dr. Lily Jampol on this special Saturday episode themed around allyship and privilege. She and Zach discuss the diversity, equity and inclusion space at length, and Dr. Jampol shares her perspective on both...

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264 : Black Fragility (w/ Mary-Frances Winters)

Zach and Mary-Frances Winters, the founder and CEO of The Winters Group, Inc., sit back down together to have another conversation, this time themed around the concept of Black fragility. Mary-Frances talks a bit about...

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261 : Black Comedy & COVID-19 (w/ Roy Wood Jr.)

Zach sits down with comedian Roy Wood Jr. to discuss Black comedy and the impact of the coronavirus on our working routines. They talk about their shared experiences as Black fathers, and Roy explains some of...

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260 : Healthcare CEO While Black (w/ Ken Miller)

Zach sits down with Ken Miller, CEO of Nasco Healthcare, and they talk about being an executive while Black, COVID-19, and advice around navigating corporate America. Ken Miller is a global health care executive and...

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259 See It to Be It : Career/Inclusion Strategist (w/ Simone Morris)

On the seventeenth entry of our See It to Be It podcast series, Amy C. Waninger speaks with Simone Morris, an award-winning career/inclusion strategist and owner of Simone Morris Enterprises, a certified woman and minority-owned...

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257 : Black Politics, Trump, and Mainstream Media (w/ Dr. Jason Johnson)

Zach and professor, political analyst, and public speaker Dr. Jason Johnson engage in an extremely timely discussion centered around black politics, Trump, and the mainstream media. Dr. Johnson is a contributor at MSNBC and has appeared...

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256 The Link Up with Latesha : Salary Negotiation Mistakes (Pt. 1)

On the thirtieth installment of The Link Up with Latesha, our incredible host Latesha Byrd, founder and CEO of Byrd Career Consulting, touches on a very important subject, particularly ahead of Black Women’s Equal Pay...

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Blog

5 Actions That Employers Can Take to Make Minorities Feel Valued at Work

By La’Fanique Reed Rev. Jesse Jackson once said, “Inclusion is not a matter of political correctness. It is the key to growth.” Beginning my career during a time where Diversity & Inclusion is a...

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Be a Mentor. Yes, You. Yes, Now.

By Amy C. Waninger Editor’s note: The following article is adapted from the author’s book, Network Beyond Bias: Making Diversity a Competitive Advantage for Your Career, and reprinted with the publisher’s permission. Be a...

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Your Personal Brand is Really Your Reputation | Your Power is in Your Story

*Written while listening to “Everything” by Nas “See ’cause you’ve never been the same as anyone else. Don’t think the same as anyone else.” — “Personal Branding” is not just social media or public...

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Feeling Alone In Lonely Places

“The reason we struggle with insecurity is because we compare our behind-the-scenes with everyone else’s highlight reel.” ― Steven Furtick In our first podcast, we discussed the topic of imposter syndrome, which is the...

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