Today, we are talking about racism to inclusion, how do we get here? Andre Darmanin from the Global Conversations Podcast and Urban Equity, asks Jolene tough questions.

Talking about race and ethnicity doesn’t have to be painful and guilt-ridden. Learning about different cultures can be eye-opening, enlightening, and profitable. Jolene facilitates delicate discussions on sensitive subjects in a gamified, non-threatening way. Then consults on how to implement inclusivity methods in the workplace.

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Jolene Jang, Asian inclusivity speaker trains companies to tap into the fastest-growing US market segment by fostering Asian inclusivity.

With over 26 years of experience working with Fortune 500 companies such as HP, Starbucks, Microsoft, and Goldman Sachs, Jolene has developed highly engaging programs promoting stronger teams.

Jolene’s energy, curiosity, and moxie have garnered the attention of all the local stations and national news such as Oprah, Today Show, Good Morning America and 50 other news outlets.

In the last two years, Jolene has done over 200 interviews with Asian Americans, hosted over 150 presentations educating the dominant culture, and spoken on podcasts. She has become skilled at communicating in a way that resonates with people from all backgrounds, sharing stories to create a safe and open environment for learning and growth.

Global Conversations Podcast- Racism to Inclusion

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