As Marian Wright Edelman said, “You can’t be what you can’t see”. This quote demonstrates the importance of role models in creating our vision of what is possible. Andrea Delannoy has recognized this and has been engaged in making more role models visible to young women as well as children through her various ventures.
Listen on:Using Artificial Intelligence to Measure Unconscious Bias with Annabella Bassler Internationally, males represent 82% of media coverage, whilst in Switzerland, this number is only slightly better with 75%. To address this discrepancy, Annabella Bassler, the...
In this last episode of season 1 I reflect on what I have learned from all the intersection interviews so far and share my thoughts and learnings with you.
Amjad Saleem is the Inclusion, Protection and Engagement Manager at the IFRC, the International Federation of the Red Cross and the Red Crescent.
My conversation with Amjad revolves around leadership and integrity.
The promotion of women in the workplace is currently the biggest issue for women’s careers according to Alkistis Petropaki, general manager of Advance.
Do you believe that recruiting inclusively is hard? Think again… Johanna claims it is much easier and less costly than one might think. Listen to this new episode where, she will explain to you how.
In this episode, Atena speaks with me about inclusive leadership, what makes a good ally and concrete actions to break the chain of non-inclusion.
Rodica Rosu Fridez is the founder of InspirAction and the ambassador for The A Effect in Switzerland. What are women’s responsibilities and what are company’s responsibilities when it comes to engaging women to climb the corporate ladder?
Pirmin Meyer the co-founder of WE/MEN, a Swiss movement aiming at engaging men to become vocal about gender equality.
René is HR director at Galderma and is passionate about diversity. In this podcast episode I talk to him about what brought him to be engaged and about his experience as an HR leader driving change for more Diversity & Inclusion.