The power of one

We often think of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) as being an effort exclusively implemented at the organizational level. While such top-down initiatives are undeniably necessary for progress, another critical component is individual action and the recognition that even one person can effectuate change.By now, most organizations have launched DEI initiatives and formed DEI committees charged …

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