Podcast focusing on all aspects diversity, inclusion and cultural competence in our daily lives.
Aisha DeBerry – Empowering Communities on the Margins Through Intentional Allyship
Join us for the great conversation with Diversity & Inclusion Strategist, Social Justice Advocate, Facilitator and Law Lecturer, Aisha DeBerry, as she describes her work with organizations to build equitable and inclusive workplaces through her social justice framework approach that encompasses community organizing principles, cultural competency training, and leadership development strategies. Aisha further discusses how understanding intersectionality and allyship can empower communities on the margins. You don’t want to miss this episode!
Saurel Quettan – The Journey to Becoming an Inclusive Leader
Join us for this great conversation with Saurel Quettan, as he shares his insight on evolving into the leader you want to become by shedding the ego and creating equity through intentional actions and inclusive measures. Saurel shares his core beliefs on inclusive leadership by demonstrating how compassion and vulnerability are the characteristics of courageous leadership. You don’t want to miss this episode!
Punam Saxena - Empowering Parents to Navigate the Education System
Join us for this riveting conversation with Punam V. Saxena, as she shares her experience and insight on parenting, language, culture, special education and navigating the school system. Punam serves to empower parents and teachers to help them build authentic and proactive relationships to help children become more engaged and thrive in school. You don’t want to miss this episode!
Jean-René Rinvil - Twoub Mantal: Mental Health in the Haiti...
Join me for this eye-opening conversation with acclaimed filmmaker and advocate, René Rinvil, who has produced award-winning films and documentaries, including "Twoub Mantal," an exploration of mental health in Haiti through the experience of Richard Saintal, a social worker from the Cite Soleil region of Port-au-Prince. Jean-René also shared the cultural, social, financial, emotional, and organizational aspects of those seeking mental health services. He emphasizes the importance of understanding each of these aspects in order to design culturally competent care. His poignant film also brings awareness to the many barriers that continue to exist for people seeking mental health services, including stigma, access, and cost.
Christal Michele Cherry - Boardroom Diversity
Join us for this great conversation with Christal M. Cherry, President and Executive Consultant at The Board Pro, as she shares her insights on Board diversity, the value it brings, as well as the challenge of recruiting and retaining diverse Board members. Learn more about how best practices and the lived experiences of Board members are the best barometer for making decisions that are going to impact the lives of marginalized communities. Learn how diversity of thought, experience, race, age and socioeconomic status can create a highly effective and responsive Board. You don’t want to miss this episode!
Carol Muleta - Empowering Families with Inclusive Parenting Strategies
Join us for this highly-informative interview with Carol Muleta, CEO & Founder of The Parenting 411®, as we discuss her role in improving parent-child communications, strategies for addressing challenging behaviors and creating cooperation and collaboration with the goal of strengthening family connection. Carol shares the importance of finding opportunities for allowing children to develop courage. Learn how her experiences have shaped her inclusive, cross-cultural and inter-generational parenting framework. You don’t want to miss this episode!
Insightful and actionable
I love this podcast and the lessons it has brought me. Berthine is an eloquent speaker, and her guests bring a wide range of perspectives and passion towards the journey of embracing inclusion and diversity.
Informative and interesting
I enjoy listening to Berthine’s insight on The Global Fluency Podcast. The diversity, equity, and cultural competence conversations are relatable. It’s great to learn from other professionals about topics that I’m not familiar with. Great work!