• #39, Interview with Farah Harris, CEO of WorkingWell Daily®

    13 JUL. 2023 · In this Conversations for Equal Pay episode, Julene Allen sat down with Farah Harrishttps://www.linkedin.com/company/women-of-color-in-the-workplace/?miniCompanyUrn=urn%3Ali%3Afs_miniCompany%3A28408207#?lipi=urn%3Ali%3Apage%3Ad_flagship3_company_admin%3BLBVpbtkISOqF4a4ndvj3yA%3D%3D CEO of WorkingWell Daily® and author of of the bestselling book, The Color of Emotional Intelligence: Elevating Our Self and Social Awareness to Address Inequities. In this interview, Farah explains how companies can retain women of color. To learn more about Farah Harris, visit https://workingwelldaily.com.
    20m 26s
  • #38, Interview with State Rep Barbara Hernandez

    21 JUN. 2023 · In this episode, Julene Allen sat down with State Rep Barbara Hernandez, who is a member of the Illinois House of Representatives from the 50th district. Being the youngest State Representative in the General Assembly for the 83rd district, Barbara explains how shes overcoming being underestimated. To learn more about State Rep Barbara Hernandez, visit https://www.staterepresentativebarbarahernandez.com/.
    16m 3s
  • #37, Interview with Veronica Antipolo, Cofounder of Mosaic Untold Lives

    6 JUN. 2023 · In this episode Julene Allen sat down with Veronica Antipolo, also known as Sassy La V, a prfessional comedian and storyteller. She is also cofounder of Mosaic Untold Lives - a storytelling platform for Women of Color. To strengthen one's resolve Veronica explains how can storytelling be a tool to empower women of color in the workplace. To learn more about Veronica Antipolo visit https://sassylav.com.
    18m 7s
  • #36, Interview with Kim Crowder, CEO of Kim Crowder Consulting

    16 MAY. 2023 · In this episode, Julene Allen sat down with Kim Crowder, CEO of Kim Crowder Consulting, an executive coaching, consulting and lifestyle firm. Kim is one of the country’s leading Anti-Racism, Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity Speakers, Coaches, Trainers, and Consultants. So more women of color can get paid what they're worth, Kim explains how to talk about pay. To learn more about Kim Crowder visit, https://www.kimcrowderconsulting.com.
    16m 35s
  • #35, Interview with Cheryl Grace, CEO of Powerful Penny LLC

    2 MAY. 2023 · In this episode, Julene Allen sat down with Cheryl Grace , founding CEO of Powerful Penny, LLC an executive coaching, consulting and lifestyle firm. She is also host of “Live From The Pink Couch”, a web series that provides insider tips, coaching and career advice. So more women of color can thrive in the workplace, Cheryl breaks down the art of providing constructive feedback for managers. To learn more about Cheryl Grace visit, https://www.powerfulpenny.com.
    19m 58s
  • #34, Interview with Lola Adeyemo, CEO of EQI Mindset

    18 ABR. 2023 · In this episode, we sat down with Lola Adeyemo , founder and CEO of EQI Mindset, an Employee Resource Group consulting company. She is also founder of the non-profit Immigrants in Corporate and author of Thriving in Intersectionality: Immigrants, Belonging, and Corporate America. Lola explains why its important for employees to feel like they belong and what companies can do to forge a more inclusive workplace. Watch Lola's Tedx Talk here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=abfhtWPOya4
    17m 15s
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  • #32, Interview with Karl Riley, VP of Small Business Community Lending, Fifth Third Bank

    8 DIC. 2021 · For the fourth season of Conversations for Equal Pay, Women of Color in the Workplace presents Men of Color for Equal Pay. The series features male leaders who support equal pay for equal work. In this interview with Karl F.D. Riley II, VP of Small Business Community Lending of Fifth Third Bank, we learn why it's critical to invest in marginalized communities.
    42m 5s
  • #31, Latinas Equal Pay Day: Be Unapologetic About Heritage, Language & Legacy

    5 NOV. 2021 · On average, Latinx women suffer from a 47 percent pay gap. Studies state that Latinas lose over $1 million dollars in a lifetime which impacts their day to day spending and savings. Tune into a discussion about the experiences of Latinas at work and what we can do as women of color, allies, leaders, and companies to close the pay gap ONCE AND FOR ALL. In partnership with The Latinista MODERATOR Crystabel Rangel PANELISTS Elaine Montilla Karen Chacón Dr. Rose Figueroa Ramona Robles Krys Flores Also Featured, Julene Allen, CEO and Bianca Thiros, Public Relations Intern at Women of Color in the Workplace
    58m 42s
  • #30, Interview with Patrick Kabanda, International Consultant & Author of The Creative Wealth of Nations

    27 OCT. 2021 · For the fourth season of Conversations for Equal Pay, Women of Color in the Workplace presents Men of Color for Equal Pay. The series features male leaders who support equal pay for equal work. Featured Guest: Patrick Kabanda, International Consultant and Author of The Creative Wealth of Nations
    31m 2s

We set out on a journey to interview and host discussions with women of color leaders to discuss the pay gap. These leaders disclose some of the challenges they had...

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We set out on a journey to interview and host discussions with women of color leaders to discuss the pay gap. These leaders disclose some of the challenges they had to overcome to get to where they are now, how companies can perform better, and ways to reach back so more women of color women can thrive. Tune into their stories.
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