All this women's history month, we've been saluting the women --present, and future -- who are changing the game for all of us.
Last week, we spoke to a few of those women at one of our After 6: Career Conversations events, when we discussed intersectionality at work. Our panelists included Lakeisha Steele, Legislative Assistant, U.S. Congress, Tyler Young, Writer and Producer, Tiffany Waddell Tate, Consultant, and Taylor-Rae Collins-Headley, Founder, Looking Glass Noire. We wondered how things like race, gender, socioeconomic status, belief system, upbringing, immigration status, and orientation affect the way black women show up at work.
We discussed the meaning of intersectionality, immigration, identity and justice, legislation, and how companies can move from simply seeking diversity to inclusion and intersectionality.
It was a powerful discussion.
In case you missed it, we've got you covered!
- Watch the whole conversation here: