Diversity Woman Magazine

WIN 2017

Leadership and Executive Development for women of all races, cultures and backgrounds

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4 D I V E R S I T Y W O M A N W i n t e r 2 0 1 7 d i v e r s i t y w o m a n . c o m PU BL ISH E R | Sheila Robinson E D IT O R IAL E D I T O R - I N - C H I E F | Jackie Krentzman D E S I G N D I R E C T O R | Cathy Krizik M A N A G I N G E D I T O R | Kimberly Olson C O P Y E D I T O R | Judith Dunham P R O O F R E A D E R | Sharon Silva A S S I S TA N T E D I T O R | Eddie Lee W R I T E R S | Heather Boerner Katrina Brown Hunt Dr. Katherine Giscombe Katherine Griffin Tamara E. Holmes Nora Isaacs Alexandra Kay Jackie Krentzman Kimberly Olson Sara J. Welch Sheon Wilson SAL E S N O R T H E A S T John McNamara (732) 525-2618 johnjmcnamara@optonline.net S O U T H E A S T Grace Valencia (202) 809-7775 sales@diversitywoman.com N AT I O N W I D E Sheila Robinson, Publisher publisher@diversitywoman.com D I V E R S I T Y W O M A N B U S I N E S S O F F I C E 1183 University Drive, Suite 105131 Burlington, North Carolina 27215 (202) 809-7775 Trudy Bourgeois Trudy Bourgeois is a renowned and respected authority on leadership development. Her organiza- tion, The Center for Workforce Excellence, special- izes in women and people of color and is known for change management initiatives that move the needle on diversity and inclusion. The center is a professional coaching, training, consulting, and teaching organiza- tion that companies such as Intel, PepsiCo, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Kellogg's, Cox Automotive, and many others credit with advancing their talent management and diversity and inclusion initiatives. Trudy is a featured blogger for The Huffington Post, writes for numerous trade publications and magazines, and has authored two books on leadership, Her Corner Office (second edition) and The Hybrid Leader. Trudy is currently writing her third book, EQUALITY: Courageous Conversations about Women, Men, AND Race in the Business World. Alexandra Kay Alexandra Kay is a part-time freelance writer who lives in Orange County, New York, with her one-year-old son. She has an MA in print journalism from New York University, and in her nearly twenty years of writing, she has contributed to numerous consumer publica- tions, including Consumer Reports Money Advisor, First for Women, Real Simple, and Business Jet Traveler. When Alex isn't writing, she's a full-time assistant English professor at a New York State community college, where she teaches a variety of courses. Sheon Wilson Sheon Wilson, who wrote the CEO Woman profile of CURLS founder Mahisha Dellinger, has been a fan of natu- ral hair since it was called just plain "nappy" or "peas-y," a favorite insult in Charleston, South Carolina, where she grew up. She has loved to read and write since she found a stash of dog-eared great American novels on her grand- mother's hallway shelves. How much does a nine-year- old understand about The Catcher in the Rye? Just enough to get her permanently hooked on words. A writer and editor in Durham, North Carolina, Sheon is a Duke University alum and a former newspaper journalist. Her articles have appeared in the Journal of Accountancy, Diversity MBA Magazine, the Raleigh News & Observer, and the Charlotte Observer. Subscribe to DW magazine diversitywoman.com Contributors > Build a Talent Pipeline Summer 2016 Leadership empowerment for women who mean business WIND AT HER BACK Find the right exercise class Is Your Retirement on Track? B U D D Y S Y S T E M Lisa Lutoff-Perlo Boomers & Millennials Can they work together? Cruise industry trailblazer

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