This past Sunday, the 89th Annual Academy Awards did more than award great films and acting, it also celebrated diversity, technological innovation, as well as the power of strong mentorship. Continue reading The Oscars Makes Strides in Diversity and Technological Advancement
‘A day of celebration will see free openings with a gallery of exceptional women, whose fame has crossed the centuries thanks to art and culture,’ states Italian ministry of culture Continue reading Italy gives all women free entry to museums to celebrate International Women’s Day
There are close to 3,000 four-year colleges and universities in the United States. A small percentage are considered elite institutions of higher education. Degrees from these particular institutions are golden tickets, giving the recipients special access to the best opportunities in the American workforce.
Nikki Barua, a recent regional and national Supplier of the Year award winner, is a successful entrepreneur who is highly respected by her peers, competitors and blue chip clients. Building her digital agency, BeyondCurious, from scratch, she has achieved a level of success that many business owners can only dream of.
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It’s been a busy week for Katherine Johnson, the NASA mathematician whose story was the center of the critically acclaimed film “Hidden Figures.”
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Persistence and unity are essential in meeting the global challenges facing the Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual/Transgender/Intersex (LGBTI) community as it seeks genuine and lasting progress on issues of inclusion and diversity. Continue reading Shell takes part in ‘OUT in the Global Economy’ Seminar held at Inaugural LGBTI Business Week
Are your ERGs and Diversity Councils having real impact? Continue reading PRISM Presents: D&I Best Practice Leadership Forum for ERGs & Diversity Councils
Actress Viola Davis gave arguably the most stirring acceptance speech at the Academy Awards Sunday night. In receiving the award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in the film adaptation of the August Wilson play Fences, a teary-eyed Davis explained where she finds inspiration—from those who have passed without having their stories told. Continue reading How Viola Davis’ Win Made Oscars History
The producing superstar’s must-watch TV series reflect the world’s diversity Continue reading Shonda Rhimes- Normalizing Diversity
Taraji P. Henson hates math, and Octavia Spencer has a paralyzing fear of calculus, but that didn’t stop either actress from playing two of the most important mathematicians the world hasn’t ever known. Continue reading Uncovering a Tale of Rocket Science, Race and the ’60s