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Join Toral Patel from the Department of Inclusion and Belonging as she dives into discussions on topics related to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. She will interview colleagues throughout Cornell who are working to build spaces of belonging for all Cornell employees and provide information on how you can begin building these spaces today.
 
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Toral Patel and Bert Odom-Reed have a great conversation with Erin Sember-Chase (she/her/hers) and Andrea Haenlin-Mott (she/her/hers) regarding disability employment. Erin works in Student Disability Services and serves as one of the co-chairs of the Disability Colleague Networking Group at Cornell. Andrea is the ADA Coordinator for Facilities and …
 
Toral Patel and Bert Odom-Reed take the lead as co-hosts on this episode with a very special guest from the Cornell community. There's also a special announcement at the end of the episode that you won't want to miss.To learn more about Hispanic Heritage Month, please visit: https://diversity.cornell.edu/our-community/dei-celebration-resources…
 
Toral and Anthony have a great conversation with Dr. Avery August (he/him/his). Avery is a Professor of Immunology in the College of Veterinary Medicine and the Vice Provost for Academic Affairs. He's also a member of the Presidential Advisors for Diversity and Equity (PADE). Toral and Anthony talk to him about his journey into academia and get a g…
 
Anthony and Toral revisit one of their favorite episodes from season three with a brief reflection on how the topic of body size affects them on a personal level and continues be taboo topic in the workplace.To listen to part two of this conversation, please visit: https://soundcloud.com/iepodcast/episode-19-weighing-in-on-body-size-part-ii…
 
Anthony and Toral reunite for another "Let's Talk..." episode to discuss the history and impact of National Disability Independence Day on their lives. They also share a number of resources and ways that you can celebrate this day on July 26.For more information and resources about National Disability Independence Day, please visit: https://diversi…
 
Anthony Sis (they/them) interviews the fifth and final guest for the "Beyond Binaries" special series, Foula Dimopoulos (ze/hir/hirs | he/him/his/), in honor of LGBTQ+ Pride Month.For more information on resources to celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride Month, please visit: https://diversity.cornell.edu/our-community/dei-celebration-resourcesFor more information…
 
Anthony Sis (they/them) interviews the fourth guest for the "Beyond Binaries" special series, Michelle Wescott (she/her/hers), in honor of LGBTQ+ Pride Month.For more information on resources to celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride Month, please visit: https://diversity.cornell.edu/our-community/dei-celebration-resources…
 
Anthony Sis (they/them) interviews the third guest for the "Beyond Binaries" special series, Christian Balmaseda (he/him/his), in honor of LGBTQ+ Pride Month.For more information on resources to celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride Month, please visit: https://diversity.cornell.edu/our-community/dei-celebration-resources…
 
Anthony Sis (they/them) interviews the second guest for the "Beyond Binaries" special series, Cole Johnston (he/him/his), in honor of LGBTQ+ Pride Month.For more information on resources to celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride Month, please visit: https://diversity.cornell.edu/our-community/dei-celebration-resources…
 
WARNING: This interview contains a brief conversation on the topic of suicide, which may be upsetting to some listeners. For resources on this topic, please view our show notes for this episode.Anthony Sis (they/them) interviews the first guest for the "Beyond Binaries" special series, Sue Brightly (she/her/hers), in honor of LGBTQ+ Pride Month.For…
 
A sneak preview at our new series, "Beyond Binaries," in honor of LGBTQ+ Pride Month. A new episode will be released every Friday during the month of June.For more information on resources to celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride Month, please visit: https://diversity.cornell.edu/our-community/dei-celebration-resources…
 
This episode is part three of a four-part special series celebrating AAPI staff members at Cornell. On this episode, Toral has a conversation about AAPI heritage and traditions with Caleb Yu (he/him/his), Graduate and International Student Career Coach at Cornell Career Services, Christina Liang (she/her/hers), Interim Judicial Administrator in the…
 
This is the final episode of a four-part special series celebrating AAPI staff members at Cornell. On this episode, Toral has a conversation about with Caleb Yu (he/him/his), Graduate and International Student Career Coach at Cornell Career Services, Christina Liang (she/her/hers), Interim Judicial Administrator in the Office of the Judicial Admini…
 
This episode is part two of a four-part special series celebrating AAPI staff members at Cornell. On this episode, Toral continues the conversation with Perdita Das-Humphrey (she/her/hers), Assistant Dean at the Hans A. Bethe House, Jamie Hom (she/her/hers), Assistant Director of New Student Programs, Aaron King (he/him/his), Assistant Dean at the …
 
This episode is part one of a four-part special series celebrating AAPI staff members at Cornell. On this episode, Toral has a conversation about AAPI heritage and traditions with Perdita Das-Humphrey (she/her/hers), Assistant Dean at the Hans A. Bethe House, Jamie Hom (she/her/hers), Assistant Director of New Student Programs, Aaron King (he/him/h…
 
On this episode, we have a conversation with Angela Winfield (she/her/hers) on leadership, legacy, and inclusion as she transitions into her new role as the Chief Diversity Officer for the Law School Admissions Council (LSAC).To learn more about Angela's new role and her impact at Cornell, please visit: https://news.cornell.edu/stories/2021/03/winf…
 
Toral and Anthony talk to their DEI counterparts at Weill Cornell Medicine: Jamal Lopez (he/him/his), Senior Director of Institutional Equity and Fanesse George (she/her/hers), Manager of Diversity, Inclusion & Engagement. They talk about how their work is similar- and different- while also sharing their hopes and dreams about the future of DEI ini…
 
Toral and Anthony have a conversation about the importance of minority health in honor of National Minority Health Month with Jeremy Stewart (he/him/his), Nutrition and Health Outreach Coordinator at Cornell Wellness.For more information on the resources provided by Cornell Wellness, please visit: https://recreation.athletics.cornell.edu/wellnessCl…
 
Toral and Anthony have an in-depth conversation on disability with Zebadiah Hall (he/him/his), Director of Student Disability Services. We talk about the impact of ableism on the Cornell community, as well as the importance of intersectionality in addressing issues related to access and disability.For more information on Student Disability Services…
 
Toral and Anthony explore the topic of anti-Asian violence and what it means to show solidarity with Asian, Asian American, and Pacific Islander communities during this time.For more information on the bias reporting tool, please visit: https://diversity.cornell.edu/our-commitments/bias-reporting-cornellFor more resources on anti-Asian violence and…
 
On the season four premiere, Anthony and Toral introduce a new segment called "Let's Talk..." as well as some exciting news about the growth of the podcast.Find us on Stitcher, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Pandora, and iHeartRadio at https://diversity.cornell.edu/iepodcastBy Cornell University, Department of Inclusion and Workforce Diversity
 
Toral and Anthony dive deeper into the topic of microaggressions on this episode of "Lets Talk..."For more information on bias reporting at Cornell and the bias reporting tool, visit: https://diversity.cornell.edu/our-commitments/bias-reporting-cornellBy Cornell University, Department of Inclusion and Workforce Diversity
 
On the season three finale, we have an intimate conversation where we get to learn more about Mary Opperman (she/her/hers), Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer at Cornell University.For more information on Mary, please visit https://vpchro.cornell.edu/By Cornell University, Department of Inclusion and Workforce Diversity
 
We continue our conversation with Oliver Goodrich (he/him/his), Associate Dean of Spirituality and Meaning-Making and Director of Cornell United Religious Work (CURW). We go in-depth on how religion, faith, and spirituality can be a part of the problem- and solution- in addressing current social issues such as racism, fundamentalism, and Covid-19. …
 
On this show, we talk about the differences and similarities between religion, faith, and spirituality, and how we make meaning of all three terms with Oliver Goodrich (he/him/his), Associate Dean of Spirituality and Meaning-Making and Director of Cornell United Religious Work (CURW).Resources on this topic and are shared on this episode include:- …
 
Toral and Anthony have an amazing, intimate, and vulnerable conversation on wellbeing with a focus on families and caregivers with Michelle Artibee (she/her/hers), Director of Workforce Wellbeing.Please review the following resources that are available to Cornell staff and faculty members on wellbeing during Covid-19: • Cornell Resources for Parent…
 
This month, Toral and Anthony have an honest conversation with Financial Analyst and Employee Assembly Chair Hei Hei Depew (she/her/hers) about xenophobia and racism towards Asians and Asian Americans that has increased due to the presence of Covid-19. They talk about bias, leadership, the bamboo ceiling, the model minority myth, and how to demonst…
 
On this episode, we continue the special series called “Blackness at Cornell" with faculty member Dr. Peggy Odom-Reed.For more information on anti-racism resources available at Cornell, please visit: https://diversity.cornell.edu/our-community/anti-racism-resourcesBy Cornell University, Department of Inclusion and Workforce Diversity
 
On this episode, we continue the special series called “Blackness at Cornell" with staff member Anthony Bellamy.For more information on anti-racism resources available at Cornell, please visit: https://diversity.cornell.edu/our-community/anti-racism-resourcesBy Cornell University, Department of Inclusion and Workforce Diversity
 
On this episode, we launch a special series called “Blackness at Cornell" with staff member Jeremy Stewart.For more information on anti-racism resources available at Cornell, please visit: https://diversity.cornell.edu/our-community/anti-racism-resourcesBy Cornell University, Department of Inclusion and Workforce Diversity
 
On this month's show, we explore what it means to be expecting a child during a global pandemic with Derrick Barrett (he/him/his), department business administrator in the Department of Microbiology. For more information on the anti-racism resources available to staff and faculty, please visit:https://diversity.cornell.edu/our-community/anti-racism…
 
This month's episode explores the complexities of code-switching and how it affects us at work and beyond. Code-switching is a well-documented term that highlights the common practice of switching languages and forms of expression in our everyday actions. We’ll be having a conversation with a very special guest- one that you’re all familiar with...…
 
Anthony and Toral wrap up the conversation on body size with special guest Mia Ferraina (she/her/hers), Career Coach at Cornell Career Services.For more information on Body Positive Cornell, please visit: https://health.cornell.edu/initiatives/community-initiatives/body-positive-cornellBy Cornell University, Department of Inclusion and Workforce Diversity
 
Anthony and Toral have a very brave and vulnerable conversation on the topic of body size with special guest Mia Ferraina (she/her/hers), Career Coach at Cornell Career Services.For more information on Body Positive Cornell, please visit: https://health.cornell.edu/initiatives/community-initiatives/body-positive-cornell…
 
On the season finale of the podcast, Anthony and Toral have a candid conversation with Angela Winfield (she/her/hers), Associate Vice President for Inclusion and Workforce Diversity. She shares some information about her upbringing and her journey into diversity and inclusion (D&I) work. She also shares some valuable information regarding upcoming …
 
Toral and Anthony continue talking about imposter syndrome and how to overcome it with two special guests: Jennifer Majka and Jessica Krom. Jennifer (she/her/hers) is the Director of Diversity and Inclusion for the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management and the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business. Jessica (she/her/hers) is t…
 
On this episode, Anthony Sis introduces their new co-host, Toral Patel (she/her/hers) to the podcast. Anthony and Toral then engage in an honest conversation on the topic of imposter syndrome and how they've experienced it in both their personal lives and professional settings.By Cornell University, Department of Inclusion and Workforce Diversity
 
Sherron Brown and Anthony Sis are excited to continue the conversation on supporting and engaging the international workforce with two special guests, Lily Rice and Pilar Thompson. Lily Rice (she/her/hers)is the Assistant Director of Student Services in the College for Architecture, Art and Planning. Pilar Thompson (she/her/hers) is the Associate D…
 
Sherron Brown and Anthony Sis engage in a conversation about some of the challenges faced by international populations, as well as the benefits of hiring and working with them here at Cornell. They also share some responses to two "Question of the Day" prompts that were asked at Staff Development Day back in August 2019. Be sure to listen to the en…
 
On this episode, Sherron Brown and Anthony Sis participate in a lively conversation around how to engage multiple generations in the workplace with two special guests. The guests on this episode are Dane Cruz (he/him/his), Director of the Cornell Interactive Theatre Ensemble and Clayton Covington (he/him/they/them), Research Aide for the Bronfenbre…
 
On this episode, Sherron Brown and Anthony Sis participate in a lively conversation around how to engage multiple generations in the workplace. Sherron and Anthony bond over many cultural and historical events and share their suggestions on how people and teams at Cornell can look across difference when it comes to working in a multigenerational wo…
 
This week, Sherron and Anthony continue talking about the strengths and advantages that veterans bring to the workplace with two special guests: Craig Wiggers (he/him/his) and Amber Alpizar (she/her/hers). Craig is the Director of Administration in the Department of Physics in the College of Arts and Sciences. He served in the U.S Marine Corps. for…
 
Sherron Brown and Anthony Sis kick off the month of July by providing a brief recap of the Inclusive Excellence Summit back on June 11. This week, Sherron and Anthony talk about the benefits of working with veterans, as well as provide ways to support them here at Cornell.For more information regarding resources specific to veterans at Cornell, ple…
 
Sherron Brown and Anthony Sis introduce a new segment called "More of What Going On?" with special guest Trisica Munroe (she/her/hers), program manager for feminist, gender, and sexuality studies and LGBTQ studies. This week, Sherron, Trisica, and Anthony continue to talk about hair discrimination in the workplace and their experiences related to t…
 
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