What Makes Someone Latinx? Part 2 – by Susana Rinderle, Addy Chulef

Intersectionality in 2020 Camila and Susana are two Latinx professional women.  Also, they are not Latinx – there is more to them than meets the eye or ear.  Camila grew up in Buenos Aires with an Argentinian mom and a Guatemalan dad, but as the Jewish granddaughter of European immigrants, she feels most connected to … Continue reading What Makes Someone Latinx? Part 2 – by Susana Rinderle, Addy Chulef

What Makes Someone Latinx? – by Susana Rinderle and Addy Chulef

It’s More Than Just DNA Camila, a successful professional, grew up in Buenos Aires with an Argentinian mom and a Guatemalan dad. Her native language is Spanish, and she dances tango and sips yerba mate. But when asked about her cultural identity, “Latina” is not her first answer. “Because my grandparents are European Jews who … Continue reading What Makes Someone Latinx? – by Susana Rinderle and Addy Chulef

The DEI Future: Old, New and Maybe – by Deborah Levine

A Diversity Futurist’s Perspective In my more than half a century dealing with diversity, I have seen multiple changes in the field of training, coaching, and consulting.  COVID presents an unprecedented mountain of changes in the DEI field that merit an overview of  the past, present and future.  As much as I appreciate some of … Continue reading The DEI Future: Old, New and Maybe – by Deborah Levine