The importance of enacting anti-racism in organizations as they're forced to shift priorities and strategies.
Join the ODNNY for a dynamic virtual discussion with our expert panelists on the business and cultural value of D&I.
When: June 10th
Time: 5-to-6:30pm EDT
Buck Gee is an executive advisor to Ascend, a nonprofit Pan-Asian organization of business professionals. He has written extensively about the dearth of Asian American executives in Silicon Valley, and his analysis of EEOC data has found that Asian Americans are the least likely to be promoted into management. Buck spent 35 years in technology management and was Vice President and General Manager of the Data Center Business Unit for Cisco Systems.
Chelsea C. Williams is a talent strategist, professional trainer and speaker, and the proud Founder & CEO of College Code. With 75% of the workforce expected to encompass Millennials and GenZ by 2025, College Code plays a role in preparing for the future of work by helping national organizations develop & retain diverse early career talent. Prior to leading College Code, Chelsea spent nearly 10 years on Wall Street managing and leading global human capital initiatives
Lori Muszynski is an independent Inclusion Strategist who leverages design thinking principles to craft inventive programs that reflect the employee needs, customer demands and business realities of organizations. Lori has served Fortune 100 companies across a 13-year career in user-centered design management.
Dorie B. Clay is Director of Organization Development and Strategic Initiatives for the Division of Enrollment and Student Affairs at NYC College of Technology. She provides guidance and feedback on design, collaborative partnerships and strategic planning to improve the delivery of holistic student support. For more than thirty-five years, in various senior management positions at City Tech/CUNY, she has improved overall staff engagement as well as developing student leaders.