Wednesday, July 31

Wednesday, July 31 | 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

Deep Dive 1: The Cost of Bias: In Society and at Work

Location: Amelia Ballroom

The conversation on how to create more equitable organizations is not a new one, and as the world changes in the coming decades – when there is no racial or ethnic majority in the United States, when women of color (WOC) will make up the majority of women in the United States – it is imperative to understand the roots of bias toward WOC and the effects on how WOC show up to the workplace. In this conversation, we will explore the systemic inequities of being a WOC in this country, reflect on our own participation in forms of unconscious bias and understand the tools WOC use to adapt to these biases. Join us as we push the conversation on empowering women of color, who not only represent a critical source of talent, but whose intersectional identify provides a much needed perspective across any organization.

Deputy Lead, Diversity & Inclusion Client Service CoE Manager
Human Capital
Human Capital Manager