In Perspective From article Intersectionality, the key to effective DEI initiatives

“The challenge for those wishing to promote inclusivity is to look at employees as complex beings, rather than the most obvious box into which they can be put.”
By Carmen Morris, DEI Consultant A black woman with straight black shoulder-length hair smiles at the camera wearing a black blazer and white collared shirt

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