Every workplace contains power dynamics.
Diya Khanna is a diversity and inclusion strategist with an interest in dismantling structural racism in workplaces in Seattle, Toronto and Berlin.
Self-care is not enough; we need community care.
Which is better: Teaching leaders inclusion or hiring leaders inclusively?
Women have more to gain from talking about their salaries than they have to lose.
The economy and society suffer when a large percentage of women leave the workplace after becoming mothers.
I had the degrees, skills and drive. What I needed was someone to go to bat for me.
We should succeed because of our differences, not despite them.
We may think we don’t discriminate, but many of us are guided by our unconscious biases, snap judgments that happen without us realizing them.
A work ban on spouses of H-1B visa holders would negatively impact women, families and the U.S.
I’m learning firsthand the win-win of having women and minorities on boards.