My car broke down on the way to work. I took it to the mechanic who diagnosed the problem, fixed the car, and off I went. We turn to experts in so many aspects of our lives. Why, then, do so many companies and firms try to address diversity and inclusion challenges internally? Key benefits
Trellis board member Renwei Chung shares his truth about the importance of telling your stories to make change.
I am a Philadelphian. I have lived here my entire life. I must admit I am not a sports fan, but I am definitely a “when it counts” fan. But, I have two boys and a husband who have spent countless days screaming at the television and pacing around the room. Every year the birthday candle wish somehow involved winning Philadelphia sports teams. One of those wishes was, of course, that the Eagles win the Super Bowl. My husband made my sons promise that they would bring their own children, his grandchildren, to his grave when that happened to celebrate with him. Fortunately, my husband is still alive and saw it for himself.
Trellis Consulting LLC’s Diversity and Inclusion intern, Zainab, shares her Truth on courage and how she uses this truth to make difficult changes with her career and in the workplace.