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Tech Can Do Better: Addressing Disparities in Tech with Moses and Lawrence

Culture Stew

Release Date: 03/10/2021

A Discussion about Trust, Failure, and Leadership with Noor Azizan-Gardner show art A Discussion about Trust, Failure, and Leadership with Noor Azizan-Gardner

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In this episode of Culture Stew, Maria and Roger break down trust, failure and leadership with Noor Azizan-Gardner. In order to make long lasting change, and to be an effective leader, trust must be cultivated.  “Noor Azizan-Gardner, originally from Malaysia, is founder and president of Baru Global Group, LLC, a consulting company which assists organizations and institutions with building innovative inclusive organizational culture through fostering inspired leaders and employees. Previous leadership positions in DEI include the University of Missouri where she created the...

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In this joyful and inviting conversation, Maria and Roger discuss identity, storytelling, and what it means to be Globaliscious with Patricia Malidor-Coleman.   Patricia Malidor Coleman, due to a long career in the Travel Industry & Hospitality, specializes in International Business, Cross-Cultural consulting and Diversity, Equity & Inclusion training in various fields such as International Education, Global Mobility, Global Corporate Compliance, Global Talent acquisition and Management.  She has studied, taught and done business internationally for over 30 years. Ms....

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On this special episode of Culture Stew, Maria and Roger take the microphone and have an in-depth conversation about what it means to be at work today.  Multiple aspects of our lives have changed over the past few years. Our priorities, what makes us happy, our values, and our interests have shifted whether we were aware of them or not. In the workplace, employees are also noticing these shifts and are taking more time to state their needs and interests.  In the Culture Stew Newsletter over the past two months, we have been discussing these shifts and what they mean for the future of...

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"Jasmin M. Robinson (she/her/hers) is the CEO and Founder of I.D.E.A.L. Education, LLC. She has over 10 years of experience in higher education and leads efforts to foster and maintain inclusive work environments that welcome, embrace, empower, and celebrate people. Jasmin’s leadership and guidance span K-12 education schools, non-profit organizations, and corporate spaces. As a premier leadership and diversity strategist, she is responsible for guiding individuals, groups, and organizations through their journey to inclusive excellence."  Maria, Roger, and Jasmin wear their flannel...

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Alex Kronemer is the co-founder of Unity Productions Foundation (UPF). He is an award-winning film director, author and public speaker, with highly acclaimed films and documentaries exploring the history, culture and religion of Islam. Alex has won numerous awards for his work in promoting peace and interfaith understanding. His latest documentary, The Great Muslim American Road Trip, can be viewed on PBS.

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Sonja Ardoin grew up with this phrase loudly following behind her: “You work hard and you work a lot.” Looking at going to college and what her future held, education was the key. But when you go to college you become a doctor, a teacher, or a lawyer. Well, education became her path and passion. Maria and Roger speak with Dr. Ardoin about her story through higher education and what that looks like for first-generation and rural students. The journey through higher education is challenging in many ways and as a first-generation student, those challenges are new. Sonja discusses her path on...

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In this episode, Maria and Roger talk to the incredible Dr. Rohini Anand.    “Dr. Rohini Anand is a and who has successfully transformed cultures, built an iconic brand with an enduring reputation resulting in growing the core business and driving sales. Dr. Anand is a recognized pioneer and a sought-after expert on organizational transformation, diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI), executive leadership, human capital, and global corporate responsibility (CR). Her global experience, cultural dexterity, vast network and ability to influence leaders result in a reputation for...

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Welcome Back! We are so excited for you to join us in Season 4 of Culture Stew! This season we’re spotlighting more guests who aren’t necessarily DEI practitioners but are exploring and incorporating DEI in a wide variety of industries. This work can’t just live in the small but mighty community of people who make DEI our career. It’s exciting to see so many people taking ownership and doing creative work around social justice, equity, and inclusion in fields like the fitness industry, community engagement and organizing, animal welfare, and personal wellness and therapy. We will...

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In this special episode of Culture Stew, we celebrate the year by looking back at some of our amazing conversations with our incredible guests. In this hour-long special, we take a listen to seven of our guests this year and reflect on the amazing conversations, questions, stories and lessons we’ve learned. In this episode we will hear Maria and Roger as well as Jay Peterson, Jonathan Ashong-Lamptey, Minal Bopiah, Jamie Washington, Judy Le, Stacey Gordon, and Rehman Abdulrehman! Listen to their full podcasts here: More about our guests in the clips: Jay: How do we teach children to honor...

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Veritas Culture, led by Vince Brantley and Chris Armstrong, guides culture exploration, understanding, and resolution in an inclusive, root-focused manner. Chris and Vince specialize in deep, honest dialogues that bring people together to explore challenging issues and topics. The Veritas Academy offers training, coaching, and facilitator certification programs on Diversity-to-Belonging and Culture Assessment facilitation.  https://veritasculture.com/  https://www.linkedin.com/company/veritas-culture/

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Moses Harris and Lawrence Humphrey are the co-founders of Tech Can [Do] Better, an organization was founded by Black tech employees to make the industry work better for people of color and marginalized groups. They are on a mission to drive equitable, measurable, and enforceable policies within the tech industry to elevate Black and Brown employees and communities.