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Author: Bethaney Wilkinson

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When it comes to diversity, good intentions are only the beginning.

Join Bethaney Wilkinson as she explores the gap between good intentions and good impact as it relates to diversity, inclusion and equity. On The Diversity Gap podcast, we'll be learning from thought leaders, authors, creatives and more about the diversity gaps in society and culture. Our goal is to discover promising practices for closing diversity gaps in our everyday lives and work!
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References:Kathy Khang EpisodeVera Leung EpisodeDarnisa Amante-Jackson EpisodeBook: My Grandmother's Hands by Resmaa MenakemThe Diversity Gap is a two-year exploration into the gap between good intentions and good impact. You can learn more at www.thediversitygap.com. You can also follow along on Instagram @thediversitygap or on Facebook!Need help processing today’s podcast? Head over to www.theDiversityGap.com to find a conversation guide with definitions and questions for reflection.The Diversity Gap is a project of Plywood People. Click here to learn more.
RESOURCE - The Problem Woman of Color in the Workplacehttps://coco-net.org/problem-woman-colour-nonprofit-organizations/RESOURCE - White Supremacy Culture https://www.showingupforracialjustice.org/white-supremacy-culture-characteristics.htmlThe Diversity Gap is a two-year exploration into the gap between good intentions and good impact. You can learn more at www.thediversitygap.com. You can also follow along on Instagram @thediversitygap or on Facebook!Need help processing today’s podcast? Head over to www.theDiversityGap.com to find a conversation guide with definitions and questions for reflection.The Diversity Gap is a project of Plywood People. Click here to learn more.
Learn more about DEEP: www.digdeepforequity.orgThe Diversity Gap is a two-year exploration into the gap between good intentions and good impact. You can learn more at www.thediversitygap.com. You can also follow along on Instagram @thediversitygap or on Facebook!Need help processing today’s podcast? Head over to www.theDiversityGap.com to find a conversation guide with definitions and questions for reflection.The Diversity Gap is a project of Plywood People. Click here to learn more.
Learn More about Yai: http://yaivargas.comLearn More about The Latinista: https://www.thelatinista.comThe Diversity Gap is a two-year exploration into the gap between good intentions and good impact. You can learn more at www.thediversitygap.com. You can also follow along on Instagram @thediversitygap or on Facebook!Need help processing today’s podcast? Head over to www.theDiversityGap.com to find a conversation guide with definitions and questions for reflection.The Diversity Gap is a project of Plywood People. Click here to learn more.
Get to know Vera and her work here: http://www.veraleung.comFollow Vera on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/veraleungThe Diversity Gap is a two-year exploration into the gap between good intentions and good impact. You can learn more at www.thediversitygap.com. You can also follow along on Instagram @thediversitygap or on Facebook!Need help processing today’s podcast? Head over to www.theDiversityGap.com to find a conversation guide with definitions and questions for reflection.The Diversity Gap is a project of Plywood People. Click here to learn more.
Tom Lin was commissioned as the eighth president of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA on August 10, 2016, the first full president to be chosen from InterVarsity staff.From 2005 to 2014, Tom served as a trustee and vice-chair of the board of Wycliffe Bible Translators, and has also served on the boards of Missio Nexus and Leadership & Legacy Foundation. He currently serves on the boards of Fuller Theological Seminary, the Crowell Trust, and the Lausanne movement.Tom is the author of Pursuing God’s Call (2012) and Losing Face, Finding Grace (1996), as well as co-editor of the Urbana Onward book series (2012), and a contributor to Still Evangelical (2018), all published by InterVarsity Press.Tom, his wife Nancy, and their two daughters live in Madison, Wisconsin. The Diversity Gap is a two-year exploration into the gap between good intentions and good impact. You can learn more at www.thediversitygap.com. You can also follow along on Instagram @thediversitygap or on Facebook!Need help processing today’s podcast? Head over to www.theDiversityGap.com to find a conversation guide with definitions and questions for reflection.The Diversity Gap is a project of Plywood People.  Click here to learn more.
Choose - Racial Literacy for Every Americanhttps://www.chooseorg.orgPurchase Tell Me Who You Are - On AmazonThe Diversity Gap is a two-year exploration into the gap between good intentions and good impact. You can learn more at www.thediversitygap.com. You can also follow along on Instagram @thediversitygap or on Facebook!Need help processing today’s podcast? Head over to www.theDiversityGap.com to find a conversation guide with definitions and questions for reflection.The Diversity Gap is a project of Plywood People.  Click hereto learn more.
The Diversity Gap is a two-year exploration into the gap between good intentions and good impact. You can learn more at www.thediversitygap.com. You can also follow along on Instagram @thediversitygap or on Facebook!Need help processing today’s podcast? Head over to www.theDiversityGap.com to find a conversation guide with definitions and questions for reflection.The Diversity Gap is a project of Plywood People. Click here to learn more.
The Diversity Gap is a two-year exploration into the gap between good intentions and good impact. You can learn more at www.thediversitygap.com. You can also follow along on Instagram @thediversitygap or on Facebook!Need help processing today’s podcast? Head over to www.theDiversityGap.com to find a conversation guide with definitions and questions for reflection.The Diversity Gap is a project of Plywood People. Click hereto learn more.
Audiences from Kansas, to Kenya, to Costa Rica, to Texas have enjoyed hearing Glen speak on culture, workplace diversity, and other topics. His audiences have been composed of Kindergarten students, college students, corporate CEOs, religious leaders, and meeting planners, demonstrating his ability to connect with diverse groups.To remain relevant in this global information age, we must be culturally competent. Glen has made it his mission to help organizations and individuals understand how to navigate the complex nature of culture. Glen works with organizations that want to improve productivity and profits through innovative leadership techniques and building intercultural competence. He also works with individuals trying to make sense of the culture in which they live, so that they can live their IDEAL lives.The Diversity Gap is a two-year exploration into the gap between good intentions and good impact. You can learn more at www.thediversitygap.com. You can also follow along on Instagram @thediversitygap or on Facebook!Need help processing today’s podcast? Head over to www.theDiversityGap.com to find a conversation guide with definitions and questions for reflection.The Diversity Gap is a project of Plywood People.  Click here to learn more.
The Diversity Gap is a two-year exploration into the gap between good intentions and good impact. You can learn more at www.thediversitygap.com. You can also follow along on Instagram @thediversitygap or on Facebook!Need help processing today’s podcast? Head over to www.theDiversityGap.com to find a conversation guide with definitions and questions for reflection.The Diversity Gap is a project of Plywood People. Click here to learn more.
The Diversity Gap is a two-year exploration into the gap between good intentions and good impact. You can learn more at www.thediversitygap.com. You can also follow along on Instagram @thediversitygap or on Facebook!Need help processing today’s podcast? Head over to www.theDiversityGap.com to find a conversation guide with definitions and questions for reflection.The Diversity Gap is a project of Plywood People. Click here to learn more.
The Diversity Gap is a two-year exploration into the gap between good intentions and good impact. You can learn more at www.thediversitygap.com. You can also follow along on Instagram @thediversitygap or on Facebook!Need help processing today’s podcast? Head over to www.theDiversityGap.com to find a conversation guide with definitions and questions for reflection.The Diversity Gap is a project of Plywood People. Click here to learn more.
Movement Consulting https://www.movebold.lyMovement Consulting on Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/moveboldly/The Diversity Gap is a two-year exploration into the gap between good intentions and good impact. You can learn more at www.thediversitygap.com. You can also follow along on Instagram @thediversitygap or on Facebook!Need help processing today’s podcast? Head over to www.theDiversityGap.com to find a conversation guide with definitions and questions for reflection.The Diversity Gap is a project of Plywood People. Click here to learn more.
The Diversity Gap is a two-year exploration into the gap between good intentions and good impact. You can learn more at www.thediversitygap.com. You can also follow along on Instagram @thediversitygap or on Facebook!Need help processing today’s podcast? Head over to www.theDiversityGap.com to find a conversation guide with definitions and questions for reflection.The Diversity Gap is a project of Plywood People. Click here to learn more.
Got Internalized White Superiority? The Danger of Denial and the Promise of Another Way by Jen Willsea - Read at link below.https://www.jenwillsea.com/blog/got-internalized-white-superiority-the-danger-of-denial-and-the-promise-of-another-wayJen Willsea’s Websitehttps://www.jenwillsea.comJen Willsea’s Instagram@illuminator_jenThe Black Mecca Projecthttps://www.theblackmeccaproject.comThe Racial Healing Handbookhttps://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1684032709/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_bibl_vppi_i0The Diversity Gap is a two-year exploration into the gap between good intentions and good impact. You can learn more at www.thediversitygap.com. You can also follow along on Instagram @thediversitygap or on Facebook!Need help processing today’s podcast? Head over to www.theDiversityGap.com to find a conversation guide with definitions and questions for reflection.The Diversity Gap is a project of Plywood People. Click here to learn more.
Attend The Diversity Gap: A New Kind of Leader, on Friday March 6th in Atlanta, GA!Click here to learn more and to register.The Diversity Gap is a two-year exploration into the gap between good intentions and good impact. You can learn more at www.thediversitygap.com. You can also follow along on Instagram @thediversitygap or on Facebook!Need help processing today’s podcast? Head over to www.theDiversityGap.com to find a conversation guide with definitions and questions for reflection.The Diversity Gap is a project of Plywood People. Click here to learn more.
The Diversity Gap is a two-year exploration into the gap between good intentions and good impact. You can learn more at www.thediversitygap.com. You can also follow along on Instagram @thediversitygap or on Facebook!Need help processing today’s podcast? Head over to www.theDiversityGap.com to find a conversation guide with definitions and questions for reflection.The Diversity Gap is a project of Plywood People. Click here to learn more.
Dr. Beverly Tatum is the National  Bestselling author of "Why Are All the Blacks Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria?"  Dr. Beverly Tatum is a clinical psychologist and President emerita of Spelman College and in 2014 received the Award for Outstanding Lifetime Contribution to Psychology. She currently lives in Atlanta, Georgia.In this conversation, Bethaney also mentions The Westside Future Fund. You can check that out here. The Diversity Gap is a two-year exploration into the gap between good intentions and good impact. You can learn more at www.thediversitygap.com. You can also follow along on Instagram @thediversitygap or on Facebook!Need help processing today’s podcast? Head over to www.theDiversityGap.com to find a conversation guide with definitions and questions for reflection.The Diversity Gap is a project of Plywood People.  Click here to learn more.
Stephanie Ghoston is an internationally recognized speaker, facilitator, organizational development consultant, coach and recovering lawyer. She brings over 15 years of experience in advancing equity, fostering inclusive leadership, and sparking systems transformation using racial justice and healing frameworks.Stephanie's unique approach skillfully and wholeheartedly combines her sharp legal mind, problem solving skills, and love of people to powerfully serve clients and challenge existing systems. She has coached leaders and staff in the nonprofit, for-profit, education, foundation and public sectors to integrate equity and inclusion into the core identities of those organizations. She is well versed in assessing organizational culture, tool building, and strategic coaching for equity.www.stephanieghoston.com@cultivatedsense on InstagramRESOURCE - The Problem Woman of Color in the Workplacehttps://coco-net.org/problem-woman-colour-nonprofit-organizations/RESOURCE - White Supremacy Culture https://www.showingupforracialjustice.org/white-supremacy-culture-characteristics.htmlThe Diversity Gap is a two-year exploration into the gap between good intentions and good impact. You can learn more at www.thediversitygap.com. You can also follow along on Instagram @thediversitygap or on Facebook!Need help processing today’s podcast? Head over to www.theDiversityGap.com to find a conversation guide with definitions and questions for reflection.The Diversity Gap is a project of Plywood People. Click here to learn more.
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Genesis Amaris Kemp

Hello Bethaney - You have some great topics. I would love to have the opportunity to speak with you. I recently wrote Chocolate Drop in Corporate America. With all the issues going on in the 🌎 right now, Chocolate Drop in Corporate America is a good read. Short, Quick, Easy Read that applies to all industries and speaks to various people. Amazon Kindle/Kindle Unlimited: http://bit.ly/ChocDrop OR https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0893GYCXH Paperback: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08924DHBF Here is a recent podcast interview I did... How my book Chocolate Drop in Corporate America came to life. https://anchor.fm/briansplace/episodes/Featured-Guest-Genesis-Amaris-Kemp-edm71f

Jul 3rd
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