18 episodes

Diversity Goes to Work is a podcast where we center the humanity behind our diversity, equity, and inclusion work. Each episode provides a behind the scenes look at the day-to-day experiences that shape and guide DEI work in the organizational sphere. Guests from all walks of life share openly and honestly about the challenges, opportunities, and potentials of effective DEI work, giving insight based on their own personal and professional experiences.

Diversity Goes to Work Raymond A. Mason School of Business

    • Business
    • 5.0 • 3 Ratings

Diversity Goes to Work is a podcast where we center the humanity behind our diversity, equity, and inclusion work. Each episode provides a behind the scenes look at the day-to-day experiences that shape and guide DEI work in the organizational sphere. Guests from all walks of life share openly and honestly about the challenges, opportunities, and potentials of effective DEI work, giving insight based on their own personal and professional experiences.

    18 Kathy Black - Age/ing, Part 2

    18 Kathy Black - Age/ing, Part 2

    Today we’re continuing our conversation on aging and age diversity in the world of work with a true expert, Dr. Kathy Black. She is a professor of aging studies at the University of South Florida, a Next Avenue Top-50 National Influencer in Aging, Hartford Geriatric Social Work Factory Scholar, and an advisor for Age Friendly Sarasota. She joins host Phil Wagner to discuss aging in the workplace, what drives her personal interest in creating age-friendly spaces, what makes an “age-friendly” workspace, and so much more. If you’d like to follow William & Mary’s School of Business or learn more about the Diversity and Inclusion podcast and our programs, please visit us at www.mason.wm.edu.

    • 25 min
    17 Kathleen Slevin - Age/ing, Part 1

    17 Kathleen Slevin - Age/ing, Part 1

    Today we are delighted to be joined by Kathleen Slevin, the Chancellor Professor Emeritus of Sociology at William & Mary. Kate is an award-winning researcher, teacher, and thought leader. She has served in a variety of administrative capacities at William & Mary, including Vice Provost for Academic Affairs. Kate studies the intersections of age and other mechanisms of social inequality, and joins us today to talk about ageism in the world of work and what we can do to combat it. If you’d like to follow William & Mary’s School of Business or learn more about the Diversity and Inclusion podcast and our programs, please visit us at www.mason.wm.edu.

    • 38 min
    16 Amalhin Shek - Advocacy as a Professional Endeavor

    16 Amalhin Shek - Advocacy as a Professional Endeavor

    Today on the show we’re joined by an alum of William & Mary, Amalhin Shek.  She has spent the last 8 years working for US Aid in a variety of different capacities; from COVID-19 response to Malaria response in Latin America and the Caribbean. She brings an impressive background in research, planning, and strategy, and today discusses what it’s like to work in the field of advocacy in various different countries around  the globe.
    If you’d like to follow William & Mary’s School of Business or learn more about the Diversity and Inclusion podcast and our programs, please visit us at www.mason.wm.edu.

    • 27 min
    15 Michael John Carley - Identity Development and Resilience

    15 Michael John Carley - Identity Development and Resilience

    On today’s episode we take a deep dive into neurodiversity. Our guest is Michael John Carley, an author, school and business consultant, and the former Executive Director in the autism, neurodiversity, mental health, disability, and DE&I worlds. He joins host Phil Wagner to discuss the world of work through the lens of neurodiversity.
    If you’d like to follow William & Mary’s School of Business or learn more about the Diversity and Inclusion podcast and our programs, please visit us at www.mason.wm.edu.

    • 31 min
    14 Dr. Jessica Grosholz - Entrepreneurship as Justice

    14 Dr. Jessica Grosholz - Entrepreneurship as Justice

    Dr. Jessica Grosholz is an Associate Professor of Criminology and the Campus Chair and Director of the Masters in Criminal Justice Program at the University of South Florida. She joins host Phil Wagner today to discuss how her work with incarcerated individuals folds into the larger diversity, equity, and inclusion conversation, the different challenges women face post-incarceration, what the best practices are for working alongside or leading post-incarcerated people, and much more. If you’d like to follow William & Mary’s School of Business or learn more about the Diversity and Inclusion podcast and our programs, please visit us at www.mason.wm.edu.

    • 27 min
    13 Crystal Morrison Joseph - Race and Trauma

    13 Crystal Morrison Joseph - Race and Trauma

    Today we welcome Crystal Morrison Joseph - an alum of Wiiliam & Mary. She’s a licensed clinical professional counselor, a licensed professional counselor, and an approved clinical supervisor in Virginia and Maryland. She specializes in anxiety, depression, psycho-oncology, racial identity formation, and cultural trauma within the Black community. She is the author of two books: “Conversations with a Clinician of Color” and “Poundcake & Private Practice.” She speaks with us today to discuss trauma, Black professionalism, and how we can all better ensure the world of work is truly and inclusive place.
    If you’d like to follow William & Mary’s School of Business or learn more about the Diversity and Inclusion podcast and our programs, please visit us at www.mason.wm.edu.

    • 40 min

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