Diversity Woman Magazine

FAL 2017

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

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6 D I V E R S I T Y W O M A N Fa l l 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 | Katrina Brown Hunt Mindy Charski Dr. Katherine Giscombe Katherine Griffin April Kilcrease Erika Mailman Anna Marrian Kimberly Olson Robin Pedrelli Tanisha A. Sykes Ruchika Tulshyan Sara J. Welch 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 Robin Pedrelli Robin Pedrelli is the cofounder of VisionSpring Inc. and The Inclusion Learning Loop™. She has been improving business per- formance and employee engage- ment as a diversity and inclusion consultant to major companies for more than 15 years. Robin is a sought-after consultant, trainer, and speaker on the topics of diversity and inclusion, employee resource groups, middle man- ager engagement, and inclusive leadership. She has worked with organizations across many industries, including Boehringer Ingelheim, UPMC, Express Scripts, Ingersoll, Rand, Medtronic, the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, EMC, the Dignity & Respect Campaign, Peabody Energy, Aetna, and Staples. Prior to founding VisionSpring Inc., Robin was vice president of The Diversity, Inclu- sion, and Women's Business Practice at Linkage Inc. Ruchika Tulshyan Ruchika Tulshyan is the author of The Diversity Advantage: Fixing Gender Inequality in the Work- place (Forbes, 2015). She writes on leadership and diversity for the Seattle Times, Forbes, and others. Ruchika is a speaker and is on the adjunct faculty at University of Washington's Department of Communication. She has reported from six cities across four countries and serves on the leadership team of the woman-run media website The Establishment. Ruchika was named Rising Star at the inaugural 2016 Women in Business and Leadership Initiative awards of the Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce. She holds degrees from the London School of Economics and Columbia University. Originally from Singapore, Ruchika currently resides in Seattle and is a food and wine aficionado. Subscribe to DW magazine diversitywoman.com Craft the Perfect Elevator Pitch Winter 2017 Leadership empowerment for women who mean business Leader Nonpareil Help! My Co-worker Isn't Pulling Her Weight How to Transform Your Dead-end Job Gender Equity: 2017 and Beyond Dr. Johnnetta B. Cole 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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