What Hispanics Want at Work

This demographic places great value on work — under the right conditions.

Ladies, Let's Talk About Cash

Editor Kellye Whitney looks at the gender gap in pay and how equal salaries could benefit the country and its economy.

Still Fighting for Parity for Women

Michelle Patterson has spent the past 10 years running a charity that has grown to a global movement for women’s rights in the workplace. Now she is focused on the movement’s future.

One Giant Leap for Diversity: Being a Company's First CDO

Chief diversity officers who came into the role as the company’s first share lessons on how they got their diversity and inclusion functions off the ground.

Early Adversity Has Long-Term Consequences

University of Texas at Austin’s Debra Umberson recently conducted a study to see how childhood adversity can affect an individual in the workplace and shares what diversity leaders need to know to help these individuals.

Building a Framework for Success at Rochester

The Rochester Institute of Technology developed a comprehensive framework that increased campus diversity and success rates for diverse faculty and students.

New Dad Wants Time Off? Sacrilege!

A baseball player was recently criticized for missing a few games for the birth of his child. This shows paternity leave is still far from accepted.

The Most Important Qualities for Global CEOs

Consultant Doug Harris defines the characteristics every global CEO should have and offers nontraditional places diversity leaders can look to fill the pipeline for that spot.

Push for Veterans: It’s Good for Everyone

Hiring veterans can bring all types of diversity to a company.


Latest Media

The Most Important Qualities for Global CEOs

Doug Harris, CEO of The Kaleidoscope Group, defines the characteristics every global CEO should have and offers nontraditional places diversity leaders can look to fill the pipeline for that spot.

Does Race Impact College Attendance?

A ban on race-conscious admissions in California has reduced the number of minorities admitted to the state’s top two campuses. Editors Ladan Nikravan and Kellye Whitney discuss the implications.

Changing the Face of Film

This year’s Oscar winners offered far more racial diversity. Diversity Executive editors Kellye Whitney and Ladan Nikravan discuss the significance.

Is It Right to Choose Diversity Over Exclusivity?

Editors Ladan Nikravan and Kellye Whitney discuss the fine line between promoting diversity with heterogeneous groups and having high potential programs that traditionally lack minorities.

Playing The Race Card

Editors Ladan Nikravan and Kellye Whitney discuss the complex issue of “playing the race card” in the workplace.

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