Diversity & Inclusion

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Celebrating diversity in the workplace

Diversity Symposium speaker Larry Ruff, MBA ’82, relates why diversity and inclusion is good for business as well as the right thing to do.

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Johnson celebrates 20 years of diversity and inclusion

Johnson’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion honors diversity awards recipients and marks 20 years of supporting woman, URM, and LGBTQ leaders.

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Park Perspectives: How Johnson helped me show my Pride

Ryan Moran, Two-Year MBA ’20, discusses his experience with Out For Business student organization and the Park Fellows program.

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Present Value: Lynn Perry Wooten on navigating the leadership stage

Lynn Perry Wooten, David J. Nolan dean of the Dyson School and professor of management and organizations, explores the qualities needed for good crisis leadership.

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Alumna Angela Mwanza advises MBAs to build a strong network during 2019 JWiB keynote

Mwanza’s talk and a new scholarship in an alumna’s honor focused on building strong relationships to create a powerful network.

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Office of Diversity and Inclusion pay equity panel agrees a gap persists for women

An ODI panel including Dean Kevin Hallock, Michelle Duguid, and Susan Fleming discuss pay equity with the Women’s Management Council and Johnson Allies for Women.

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Full STEAM Ahead

Hilary Lashley Renison’s startup, Tinker & Fiddle, encourages children to learn and apply technology at the intersection of culinary arts, music, fashion, and gaming.

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Profile in Leadership: Maggie Chan Jones, MBA ’09, founder and CEO of Tenshey

Former SAP CMO Maggie Chan Jones launched executive coaching firm Tenshey to advance gender diversity and leadership development.

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Continuing the conversation: The second semi-annual Diversity Business Clubs Summit

At the Diversity Business Clubs Summit, students discussed the hurdles of increasing diversity in clubs and businesses and how to overcome them.