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Race at Work with Porter Braswell

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Race at Work with Porter Braswell

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Race is a topic many of us struggle to talk about at work, yet it shapes so many of our career experiences and outcomes. But host Porter Braswell (Jopwell) is on a mission to create a safe space to share those stories – and learn from them. Hear leaders from business and government trace their personal journeys with race, equity, and inclusion. And learn from their mistakes and their triumphs. The views expressed on this podcast are those of its hosts, guests, and callers, and not those of H ...
 
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This is the second part of a two-part series exploring critical race theory (CRT) and its influence on diversity and inclusion efforts in workplaces and classrooms. Laura E. Gómez, a law professor at UCLA, teaches in the school’s Critical Race Studies Program, which uses CRT to explore how legal and other systems intersect with race in the U.S. In …
 
This is part one of a two-part series exploring critical race theory (CRT) and its influence on diversity and inclusion efforts in workplaces and classrooms. Julia Carrie Wong is a senior reporter for The Guardian, and she’s been covering the ongoing debate around CRT in schools and federal employee trainings. CRT is an academic discipline that tea…
 
Don and Liz Thompson are leaders in their respective industries. Don had a long career rising through the ranks of McDonald’s, eventually becoming the company’s first Black CEO. Meanwhile his wife Liz Thompson was a rising executive in education and nonprofits – like City Year Chicago, where she was the founding executive director. Throughout their…
 
Imagine a world in which Black business owners achieved economic parity, receiving the same funding as other founders. That, alone, would create 615,000 new Black-led workplaces, according to a new report from the McKinsey Institute for Black Economic Mobility. That report examines the racial gaps that exist across the U.S. economy. Shelley Stewart…
 
Anne Chow is the first woman of color to be the CEO in AT&T’s history. She’s been with the company for over 30 years and throughout her career, she’s made it a point to have difficult conversations about race, equity, and inclusion at work. She tells host Porter Braswell that unconscious bias is at the root of a lot of these race-related issues. Th…
 
Stephen Satterfield is a food writer and the founder of Whetstone Magazine, the only Black-owned, print-based food publication in the U.S. He’s also the host of the hit new Netflix show, “High on the Hog: How African American Cuisine Transformed America.” Satterfield talks about the power of sharing Black narratives and the importance of understand…
 
How should organizations support employees who experience racist incidents in their personal lives and how can those kinds of experiences affect their work? In December 2020, jazz trumpeter Keyon Harrold and his teenage son, who are Black, were attacked by a white woman who falsely accused Harrold’s son of stealing her smartphone. Captured on video…
 
In every workplace there are leaders who can hold management accountable and speak to injustices happening inside – and outside – of their workplace. Even in industries dominated by people of color, like the NBA, there can still be issues of representation in management. CJ McCollum plays for the Portland Trail Blazers and serves as the vice presid…
 
The advertising industry has come a long way from its former “Mad Men” era. But like many others, the industry is still coming to terms with its historic lack of diversity – especially among executives. Carla Hendra, Ogilvy’s global CEO of growth and innovation, talks to host Porter Braswell about her experiences with power and privilege during her…
 
George Floyd’s killing by a Minneapolis police officer sparked racial reckonings in many industries and workplaces. Napheesa Collier, forward for the Minnesota Lynx, has been outspoken about police brutality and racism throughout her basketball career. She joins host Porter Braswell to discuss how her team and the WNBA have been using their platfor…
 
The relationship between communities of color and the cannabis industry has historically been strained. But as more states move to legalize cannabis, the industry is increasingly facing its painful past. Lanett Austin, director of Talent Management and Diversity at Curaleaf – the largest cannabis operator in the U.S. – joins host Porter Braswell to…
 
Conversations about race can be hard to navigate – especially at work. That’s why we reached out to Devon Lee, a scholar-activist with a background in sociology; he’s also the director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Programs at Jopwell. He joins host Porter Braswell to answer some “uncomfortable” questions about race at work and lay the founda…
 
It’s rare for Fortune 500 CEOs to be publicly vocal about social justice issues. However, for Delta CEO Ed Bastian, speaking out and taking action have been part of his journey to become an inclusive leader. He joins host Porter Braswell to discuss how CEOs and senior leaders can lead change in their companies to address internal and external racia…
 
What does it mean to be a consumer in America? Does race correlate to the type of service and treatment a customer receives in a store? Deborah Yeh, Sephora’s Chief Marketing Officer, joins host Porter Braswell to discuss unconscious bias in retail and marketing, as well as how it affects customers and their relationship with brands. Previously, Ye…
 
Charles Mah, chief evangelist at talent cloud company iCIMS, has more than 15 years of leadership experience in talent management at tech companies, such as Workday, SAP, and Databricks. He joins host Porter Braswell to discuss the problems with traditional recruiting pipelines and how tech companies can improve their diversity recruiting. Mah also…
 
What’s the difference between unconscious bias and a microaggression? How is diversity actually defined? And what’s problematic about using the term “minority”? Doug Melville, VP, Head of Diversity & Inclusion at Richemont North America, joins host Porter Braswell to answer questions about diversity, equity, and inclusion that can be awkward to ask…
 
Edith Cooper is the first Black woman to become a partner at Goldman Sachs. But she says she might have walked away from her finance career without the support of key mentors, who recognized her leadership potential. She joins host Porter Braswell to talk about the role race plays at work, employee retention strategies, and the importance of having…
 
Until 1961, women and people of color were barred from joining the Professional Golfers’ Association of America by the “Caucasian-only clause” in its bylaws. That limited who could work in the golf industry because the PGA of America is a trade organization for professionals who work in the business of golf at courses and clubs around the U.S. Now,…
 
Two days after the murder of George Floyd, Cisco held a virtual all-hands meeting on race for 30,000 employees. But that conversation was marred by racist comments posted by a handful of Cisco employees. Fran Katsoudas, Cisco’s Chief People Officer, joins host Porter Braswell to discuss how she addressed this incident and held people accountable fo…
 
When U.S. Congressman Antonio Delgado was running for Congress in 2018, his race made national headlines after attack ads portrayed him as an outsider and a threat. A New York Times article from the election noted: “He’s a Rhodes Scholar. The GOP Keeps Calling Him a ‘Big-City Rapper.’” The congressman, who is Black, is the first person of color to …
 
Havas New York CEO Laura Maness is at the helm of one of the world’s most influential ad agencies. Earlier in her career, Laura focused on helping women rise in corporate America, and now, her perspective has widened to address the lack of representation of professionals from underrepresented communities in the ad industry. She joins host Porter Br…
 
ESPN host Jay Williams started covering basketball, after his legendary collegiate career at Duke and his short time playing for the Chicago Bulls. Lately that means he’s also covering race, as professional athletes speak out against racial injustice. He joins host Porter Braswell to talk about the lack of racial representation in basketball leader…
 
Donna Johnson pioneered the chief diversity officer (CDO) role at Mastercard a decade ago – long before CDO’s were en vogue. Until she retired in 2017, she led the company’s global diversity and inclusion strategy. Donna focused on increasing employee engagement to retain diverse talent and drive business results. She joins host Porter Braswell to …
 
WeWork grew from a scrappy co-working startup to a tech darling with more than 800 locations around the world, before their well-documented undoing in late 2019. Cofounder Miguel McKelvey helped build the first WeWork in New York City with his bare hands, and later became the company’s Chief Culture Officer. McKelvey left WeWork in June 2020, a few…
 
New from the HBR Presents podcast network: a show about the role race plays in our careers and lives. Race is a topic many of us struggle to talk about at work, yet it shapes so many of our career experiences and outcomes. But host Porter Braswell (Jopwell) is on a mission to create a safe space to share those stories – and learn from them. Hear le…
 
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