D&I News Roundup from COLOR – January Edition

In this issue, Winners Circle member and 2017 All-Inclusive Award honoree for Leadership Camille Chang Gilmore, MBA reflects on her executive journey, PBS and Independent Lens gear up for the documentary premiere of ‘A Reckoning in Boston’, and MIT Sloan Management Review discusses cultivating inclusive workplace culture. 

“I have decided to stick with love. Hate is too great a burden to bear.” – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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Camille Chang Gilmore, MBA, VP, Human Resources and Global Chief Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer at Boston Scientific

Camille Chang Gilmore, MBA, VP, Human Resources and Global Chief Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer at Boston Scientific (courtesy of subject)

Winners Circle Exclusive: Camille Chang Gilmore, MBA

Camille Chang Gilmore is a highly accomplished Vice President of Human Resources with more than 15 years of experience enhancing organizations through human resources and marketing leadership. In her exclusive feature she reflects on experiencing the historical gravity of Egypt, participating in Mckinsey’s first-ever Black Executive Leadership Program, and more. Find out more below.

COLOR’s Winners Circle is a special online publication series. The Winners Circle is an opportunity for past award honorees, winners and finalists showcasing their accomplishments since receiving their awards. Are you a past COLOR honoree? Join the Winners Circle today!

Don't miss 'A Reckoning in Boston' brought to you by Independent Lens and PBS. (courtesy of PBS)

Don’t miss ‘A Reckoning in Boston’ brought to you by Independent Lens and PBS. (courtesy of PBS)

Documentary ‘A Reckoning in Boston’ Premieres TONIGHT at 10 PM ET on PBS

Hailed as “an absolute must-see” by The Boston Globe, A Reckoning in Boston premieres on PBS’s INDEPENDENT LENS on Monday, January 17, 2022 at 10/9c and will be available for 30 days on the PBS Video app. For filmmaker James Rutenbeck, A Reckoning in Boston started as an exploration of how engagement with the humanities can transform the lives of adults facing economic hardship and adverse circumstances. But after spending years among these students, Rutenbeck is forced to come to terms with a flawed film premise and his own complicity in racist structures. In time, the film narrative shifts and his subjects, Kafi Dixon and Carl Chandler, become his producing partners. More information at: pbs.org/reckoninginboston and areckoninginboston.com.

source: MIT Sloan Management Review, courtesy of Ken Orvidas/theispot.com

Cultivating an Inclusive Culture Through Personal Networks

Edward A. Madden Professor of Global Leadership at Babson College Rob Cross, CEO of the Institute for Corporate Productivity Kevin Oakes, and  research associate with the Institute for Corporate Productivity Connor Cross analyze employees’ network connections to determine whether they have the access and relationships they need to be most effective.

 

 


Book cover: All Are Welcome: How to Build A Real Workplace Culture of Inclusion That Delivers Results

Book cover: All Are Welcome: How to Build A Real Workplace Culture of Inclusion That Delivers Results (courtesy of Cynthia Owyoung

Authors of COLOR: Cynthia Owyoung, All Are Welcome: How to Build a Real Workplace Culture of Inclusion that Delivers Result

DEIB expert Cynthia Owyoung has spent more than two decades working in this space. She’s seen it all, and she knows what works―and what doesn’t. In “All Are Welcome,” Owyoung delivers the information and insights you need to make DEIB a key element of your company culture. “All Are Welcome” includes everything you need to build a workforce and a company designed to compete in the twenty-first century while doing your part to make the world a better place to live―and work.
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