The results of this year’s American Management Association (AMA) Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging Survey confirm that simply having a diversity & inclusion (D&I) policy in place does not effectively solve the problem of discriminatory practices, whether deliberate or unconscious.
Please join us as we discuss the results of this survey, and their implications, in an online panel discussion for both AMA members and non-members. Composed of D&I experts, the panel will detail the specific results and take a deeper dive into each topic, and in turn will offer you specific solutions during the Q&A portion of the program.
Cassandra Lee trains administrative professionals in overcoming any obstacles blocking their workplace satisfaction and career success. She has spent 20 years teaching through speaking—she’s presented over 1,400 keynote speeches, seminars, training sessions and workshops to more than 40,000 participants. Cassandra is also a diversity consultant with the Professional Woman Network and was featured in Who’s Who in Black Chicago.
Frederica A. Peterson, MA, CPC, ELI - MP, is a leadership consultant, coach, teacher and award-winning author with a passion for leadership effectiveness. She is also the Principal and CEO of her own leadership consultancy.
Described by her clients as passionate, charismatic, intuitive and outcome focused, Frederica has worked with leaders in some of the top organizations in the country, Facebook, Honeywell, NASA, United States Homeland Security, National Basketball Association and Audible, to name a few.
Russ Terry is a seasoned coach, motivational speaker and diversity consultant who has worked with 400 people from companies such as Microsoft, Google, and PwC, and spoken at many organizations, including the FBI, FedEx, and United Airlines. As an entrepreneur, Russ hones his leadership skills as Founder/CEO of Life Coach Radio Networks. Since it went on air in 2013, this podcast network has featured more than 135 coach hosts from all over the world.
Kalie Fiorenza is a Learning Solutions Manager and has been with the American Management Association for over 3 years. She earned her master’s degree in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from Hofstra University, where she studied social psychology, leadership development, and organizational culture. She currently focuses on diversity and inclusion initiatives as well as management certification and practices.