In our second installment of White Women Who are Intentional Allies to Women of Color, Karyn Twaronite (Partner, EY Global and Americas Diversity & Inclusiveness Officer; Member of Executive Committee, Ernst & Young LLP) shared…
The VP & Associate Finance Business Partner for Global Sales and Revenue Strategy and Solutions Organizations in BMSC shares strategies for personal and professional success.
Nicole Dollison Blake, Director of Global University Programs at Marriott International, speaks about personal and professional development contributing to the care of the “whole person.”
“My hair is a part of my mixed-race heritage. It’s a part of me,” said Nathalie Emmanuel.
PwC’s Brad Hopton discusses how to balance work and family members with special needs. Hopton advises to bring your whole self and not compartmentalize personal life vs. professional life because the two will cross over.
PwC’s Liz Taishoff Sweigart discusses how she managed work and home after returning to the firm after maternity leave. Sweigart also gives advice on how moms and dads must “get comfortable with their new normal.”
Today, it is more acceptable for women to say having it all is a pipe dream. In fact, you need to have that mindset if you want to climb the ladder in your career, advised Gail Mandel, president and CEO of Wyndham Exchange & Rentals.
A global leader in diversity and inclusiveness, Karyn Twaronite shares her career journey as well as her insight on global trends and work-life balance.
Anne-Marie Slaughter’s lastest column presents a dire view of the work world for women — but companies are not all the same. How to find the best places to work.
While most U.S. companies lack comprehensive paid maternity leave, DiversityInc Top 50 companies are leading the way with generous benefits.
Cox’s COO is working to get more women on the operations side of the cable business, where their presence continues to be a rarity.
New research from Accenture shows that employees who can’t shut off technology, especially women, damage their ability to do their best work and be promoted.
Geraldine Moriba sees herself as a series of identities—a mother, an immigrant, a biracial woman. The Vice President of Global Diversity & Inclusion at Time Warner’s CNN uses her life experiences and her passion for inclusion to bring the value of diversity to the newsroom and to the corporate world.