Intersectionality in Business

Embracing Inclusion Across All Identities


Tuesday, November 19, 2019
8:00 AM – 10:00 AM

Reniqua Allen explores the intersection of age and race in her book It Was All a Dream, bringing to life the stories of black millennials who are striving for the American Dream despite discriminatory policies that contribute to higher rates of student debt, unemployment, and incarceration than their white counterparts.

Hear Allen's keynote presentation and discover best practices from regional employers who are working to develop policies that acknowledge all aspects of social identity and bolster inclusion.

Intersectionality
[ in-ter-sek-shuh-nal-i-tee ]
n. the oppression and discrimination resulting from the overlap of an individual’s various social identities

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FEATURED SPEAKER


PANELISTS & MODERATOR

  • Carl Jones

    Sr. Director, Government and Regulatory Affairs, Comcast NBC10 Telemundo62

  • Gregory DeShields

    Executive Director, PHL Diversity

  • Tina Byles Williams

    CEO and CIO, FIS Group

  • DJ Krebsbach

    Chief of Staff, Boomi, A Dell Technologies Business



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