GenY on D&I

GenY on D&I: Getting Off Cupcake Duty

Cupcakes. Lately, I’ve been dwelling on the matter of cupcakes. Not because I find red velvet cupcakes with cream cheese frosting irresistible (although this is true), but because it’s come to represent an insecurity of my role in the workplace. ...

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GenY on D&I: Finding the Courage to Be Bold

Earlier this month, I had the opportunity to attend the Out & Equal Workplace Summit for the first time. Held annually, this year’s global conference was in Philadelphia, attracting over 4,000 professionals from over 40 countries and multiple industries around ...

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GenY on D&I: DACA Should Be #HereToStay

This week, President Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that the Trump administration would end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, and offered Congress a six-month window to pass legislative action to address this issue. DACA ...

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GenY on D&I: The Millennial Diversity Myth

It is no secret the that the “millennial” generation (also known widely as “Generation Y”, “Generation Next”, or “Gen Y”) is the most racially and ethnically diverse population in the United States, and the emerging Generation Z is not far ...

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