Read this month's blog by Kevin Matta and his views on being grateful for PRIDE.
In this conversation, we discuss practices to recalibrate your day, throughout the day, by “controlling the controllable” to lower emotional reactivity, even in face of daily stressors.
Read this month's blog by Kevin Matta on his views on mental health and what it has meant for him.
This month, we look at the wide and nuanced lens of diversity for Celebrate Diversity Month. Kevin Matta and Alex Pastor from AWE, share in a rich dialogue about their experiences around diversity in both their personal and professional lives committed to the Latinx community, the influence of religion in their lives, advocacy, and what diversity means for them today.
Robert Sturman shares his powerful collection of images that capture the raw emotions of the pandemic and social justice marches.
Check out this video from our 2020 AWE Conference with speakers Kiara Butler CEO and Founder of Diversity Talks and Rachael Gavin, CEO & Founder of PR(iSM) Resistance Coalition.
Stephanie Piimauna, Diversity and Inclusion leader shares her guidance on how to be an ally and engage in thoughtful dialogue with co-workers.
Through data and storytelling, this Kiara Butler and Rachael Gavin delve into the impact of unconscious bias in the workplace and society, the complexity and nuance of intersectionality and bias, ways we can dissolve our inner barriers of bias, and how we can affect change in our organizations.
Jeff and Stephanie share why today’s most innovative companies see the NEW Future of Work as more inclusive and why we must hold ourselves to higher accountability with a purpose that is concerned with the well-being of others, the planet, and our future.
This recipe is for our Centered Beginning cooking session with Chef Eli Dunn. His authenticity and soulfulness shine as he leverages his culinary talents to influence to us all to connect to ourselves and our creativity in the kitchen.
In times like this, it’s hard to find the words to say or actions to take. There is nothing easy about what is happening in our nation and the long, many times unspoken and ignored racism that occurs to people of color. Click to read more from Kevin-Rene Matta.