3 Signs That A Company’s “Diversity”​ and “Inclusion”​ Strategy Is More About Talk and Less About Walk.

It’s fair to say that the principles of diversity, inclusion and equality have been a galvanizing mandate in my life far before I ever joined the first women’s network or D&I council early in my career.

I remember very clearly my early encounters with challenging the status-quo. At 16, I worked full-time at night (yes, 40 hours per week) waitressing and hosting at a local steak house. I earned $4.25 per hour, but the front-of-house manager would regularly…