Systemic Diversity

Deborah Levine: Cultural Systemic Diversity

The Systemic Diversity and Inclusive group gladly presents the recent interview with Deborah Levine, The Editor-in-Chief at the American Diversity Report and a member of the group. The interview was moderated by one of our own, Pamela Teagarden, a leader in her own right, and one of our own who has continuously provided unparalleled leadership to the group. Deborah is well endowed with a wealth of diversity and corporate experience. She is an expert in deciphering the framework for meaningful diversity and inclusion and inventor of a cognitive technology for dealing with unconscious bias. While making the case for infusion of competing perspectives, she can guide us to find common ground that fosters effective diversity and inclusion while advocating for the planning of strategic business priorities with emotional intelligence and smart decision making. Without further delay, please watch this remarkable lady and how she shared her work on systemic diversity…

Joseph Nwoye

Dr. Nwoye is the author of numerous books and articles in professional journals. He speaks at professional organizational conferences, including ATE, NAME, etc. Dr. Nwoye addresses the impact of cognitive theory in teaching and learning, accommodating culturally different students, and cooperative & collaborative learning. He has an impressive reputation in the area of culture and its implications for teaching, learning, working, and living in shrinking global village. Prior to creating Diversity Frontier Inc., Dr. Nwoye developed a culturally responsive workshop for faculty that focused on culturally responsive teaching.

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