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Leading Equity

Sheldon L. Eakins, Ph.D. Leading Equity podcaster

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This podcast focuses on supporting educators with the tools and resources necessary to ensure equity at their school. On this podcast, listeners can expect to hear interviews and stories from voices of equity in education today.
 
Future Insight is a monthly podcast hosted by Dr. Dean Cantu, University of Arkansas - Fort Smith, which examines current issues impacting K-12 and higher education. Future Insight, which is sponsored by the Future Institute Research Center, explores national and international education trends, twenty-first century workforce demands, and current research relative to student college and career readiness. Each month, Future Insight host Dean Cantu engages in an engaging and informative convers ...
 
Dear Asian Americans is a podcast for and by Asian Americans, focusing on authentic storytelling rooted in origin, identity, and legacy. Host Jerry Won brings on guests from diverse backgrounds and career paths to celebrate, support, and inspire the Asian American community. New episodes air every Tuesday across all major platforms. Instagram: @dearasianamericans
 
In this podcast, we explore the secrets behind leading authentic, impactful and successful diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in business. Through meaningful dialogue with leaders in the field, we aim to help organizations build, accelerate and promote DEI in the workplace and in our communities.Join us as we engage weekly with DEI leaders and experts to find out how they make DEI work, so that you can drive lasting change in your organization. Sharing their personal experiences, our gues ...
 
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Pre-Order the Leading Equity Book Today! About Drea Weiner Drea Weiner is the MiSTEM Network Regional Director from the Northwestern Lower region. She studied Environmental Science at Northern Michigan University. As a child, Drea was brought up in a “Maker Household”. She and her family were constantly creating, testing, and improving around the h…
 
Danny Taing, Founder & CEO of Bokksu, shares his journey from academia, tech, and eventually to founding Bokksu, a direct-to-consumer snack subscription and e-grocer highlighting snacks from Japan and beyond. Learn more at Bokksu.com and @bokksu everywhere Meet Danny Danny Taing is the Founder & CEO of Bokksu, a New York and Tokyo-based D2C snack s…
 
#012 In today’s episode, we are honored to welcome Alvine Trémoulet, Global DEI Leader at Pfizer. In this enriching conversation, Alvine tells us about her own inclusion journey as an employee for over a decade of the American pharmaceutical corporation, and shares her experience as a DEI leader for the past 5 years. Alvine makes a point of grantin…
 
WE WENT TO THE WHITE HOUSE! I share my thoughts and reflection on my visit to The White House on Tuesday May 17, 2022 for the official Presidential Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Celebration. Thank you to The White House team, in particular Howard Ou, for this incredible and surreal honor to be invited to be ce…
 
Pre-Order the Leading Equity Book Today! About Natalie R. Davis, Ph.D. Natalie Davis (Natalie R. Davis) is an assistant professor in the Department of Early Childhood and Elementary Education and for the M.A. program in Creative and Innovative Education (MACIE). Davis is a 2021 NAEd/Spencer Postdoctoral Fellow and a former postdoctoral research fel…
 
Julia Riew, a musical theater composer-lyricist, playwright, and soon-to-be Harvard grad, joins Jerry on Dear Asian Americans to share her journey growing up in St. Louis as one of very few Asian kids, how she found her passion for musicals and plays, and how she wants to use her talents and voice to tell stories we all wish we had. Connect with he…
 
#011 In today’s episode, get ready for a fresh perspective on the Business Case for DEI, as we welcome Amelia Huix, Advisor for Gender Equality at the United Nations Global Compact. In 2015, the United Nations announced a set of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to be achieved by our societies at large by 2030. Gender Equality for all women acro…
 
Dr. Jenny Tzu-Mei Wang, psychologist, speaker, and best selling author of Permission to Come Home, joins Jerry to talk about the importance of our individual and collective mental health, her journey into the psychology field, and inadvertently becoming a safe haven for many within the Asian American community via her instagram account @asiansforme…
 
Pre-Order the Leading Equity Book Today! About UnSuk Zucker a Korean American, cisgender, grateful wife and mother, daughter, and sister who loves to cook and spend time with her friends and family; a dedicated social justice advocate; and racial equity leader. UnSuk’s almost 20 years in the field of education includes roles as teaching grades K, 1…
 
Angela Kim, Creator and Blogger of the popular Mommy Diary, joins Jerry on the show to share her story of finding her unique voice in the world of content creation as an Asian American mother of four, what drives her work, and what others who also want to create content can learn from her journey. Learn more about her work at Mommy-Diary.com. Happy…
 
MyKhanh Shelton, SVP of Equity and Inclusion at WarnerMedia, joins Jerry to share her story of her belief in using media to help bring equity and inclusion to elevate Asian American and other marginalized communities. Listen today to learn about her career path from law, inclusion strategist, to media executive who's using her platform to amplify a…
 
#010 This episode, we continue to uncover why DEI is important to business, including in the B2B sector, with Luisa Boaretto, Regional I&D and Employee Experience at Dow, an American material science global company. Luisa starts by explaining the business case for DEI at Dow. And it’s a strong one. Dow’s business and relevance relies on bringing ev…
 
Justin Zhu, Co-Founder & Executive Director of Stand with Asian Americans, joins Jerry on the podcast to share about how he leveraged his computer science and entrepreneur experience to help co-found and lead a civil rights organization that unites business, non profit, and government leaders for Asian safety, equity and justice. Join Dear Asian Am…
 
Pre-Order the Leading Equity Book Today! About Damion Taylor Damion has spent the last 15 years applying data and technology to entertainment. Both analytical and creative, he brings a unique skill set that’s in high demand for brands and media companies such as Warner Bros., NBC Universal, Machinima, Mitu and New Form. This means he has spent his …
 
Michael Maliakel, lead actor of the Broadway show Aladdin, joins Jerry on the podcast to share his story of growing up South Asian in New Jersey where "never allowed himself to dream of being on Broadway" to how following his passions and dreams to find his way to one of the biggest stages on Broadway. Meet Michael Michael Maliakel (Aladdin) made h…
 
#009 For our second episode of our “Why it Really Matters” season, we are extremely pleased to be joined Eric Howard Way, Global Head of Inclusion, Diversity & CSR at Schindler Group, a Swiss multinational company that manufactures escalators, moving walkways, and elevators worldwide. Eric started his career as an engineer in the heavy truck manufa…
 
Dave Liu, a 30 year Wall Street and Silicon Valley Veteran, joins Jerry on the show to share his story of overcoming early challenges to rising to the top of the investment banking world and how he has dedicated his life to now sharing his lessons and gifts with those in the next generation. Learn more about Dave and his work at Liucrative.co Meet …
 
Pre-Order the Leading Equity Book Today! About Yaritza Villalba President and Founder of YV Educational Resources Inc., Yaritza Villalba has eleven years of teaching experience in the New York City Department of Education. She started her career teaching Social Studies to high school students in Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, New York. Yaritza has d…
 
#008 For our first episode of Season 2 “Why it Really Matters”, we are thrilled to welcome a very exciting guest: Dr. Jonathan Ashong-Lamptey, PhD, founder and Managing Director of Element of Inclusion. In his mission to make companies more diverse and inclusive, Dr. Jonathan applies academic theory to business practice. This episode, he keeps us o…
 
Pre-Order the Leading Equity Book Today! About Kate Kennedy Kate Kennedy is a PhD candidate in Urban Education Policy at the University of Southern California Rossier School of Education. She studies the K-12 American educational landscape, building on a career of classroom teaching and education leadership. Kate's research focuses on politics, lea…
 
#007 Welcome back to Diversity Secrets Podcast! We’re excited to be back with a brand new season called “Why it really matters”. We ask ourselves: why should companies care about DEI? In this new series of interviews, we will explore the business case for DEI, as well as the social justice imperatives that push companies to act. Recent and prominen…
 
Pre-Order the Leading Equity Book Today! About Matthew Kincaid Matthew Kincaid, a former social studies teacher, and school administrator is now the founder, CEO, and Chief Consulting officer of the non-profit, Overcoming Racism. Kincaid is currently the co-chair of the truth and reconciliation committee for the human relations commission serving t…
 
Future Insight host Dr. Dean Cantu discusses the role a new approach to apprenticeships in the woodworking industry and educational partnerships play in workforce development and vision casting with Professor Kelly Victor-Burke, Lecturer III, Co-Director Geotourism, & Historic Preservation Program Emerita, Eastern Michigan University.…
 
Pre-Order the Leading Equity Book Today! About Dee Lanier Dee Lanier is a life-long educator who is extremely passionate about issues of equity and inquiry-based learning. A career educator, Dee has facilitated racial equity and culturally responsive professional development globally through the lens of design thinking. Dee holds Undergraduate and …
 
Aiko Bethea, Founder of Rare Coaching & Consulting, joins Jerry to share how her biracial Japanese Black identity and growing up in a Japanese speaking household shaped her decision to pursue education, law, and eventually founding her own leadership development firm. Bring a notepad and learn more about Aiko at RareCoaching.net // Meet Aiko Aiko i…
 
Pre-Order the Leading Equity Book Today! About Abeer Ramadan- Shinnawi, MEd Abeer Shinnawi, is a Palestinian American educator of 18+ years. She has held a variety of leadership positions both in the U.S. in various school and district settings. Abeer Shinnawi is the Associate Director of the Program for the non-profit Re-Imagining Migration, where…
 
An audio replay of the "Dear Asian Americans, What Now?" Panel from SXSW 2022 featuring Nydia Han, Muna Hussaini, Dion Lim, and Jerry Won. March 15, 2022 - Austin, Texas // The week of SXSW 2022 marks the one year anniversary of the Atlanta massacre, an event that forever changed the Asian American community. Dear Asian Americans, What Now? feature…
 
Show Highlights “It’s not ready yet” Change strategies Getting started Classroom Culture Instructional Planning Ways of Working Feedback Strategies Assessment Strategies Supervision and Evaluation Reflection Connect with Dr. Eakins YouTube Instagram Facebook Twitter Book Dr. Eakins for your next event Learn more about the Advocacy Room Free Course …
 
Jerry shares this thoughts on what this day means for him and our community as we remember the lives we lost one year ago in Atlanta. Remember their names: Delaina Ashley Yaun, 33 Paul Andre Michels, 54 Xiaojie Tan, 49 Daoyou Feng, 44 Hyun Jung Grant, 51 Suncha Kim, 69 Soon Chung Park, 74 Yong Ae Yue, 63 Head to AsianJusticeMovement.org to learn of…
 
About Erin Austin Erin E.H. Austin is a National Board Certified French teacher in Colorado. She began her teaching career in Minnesota in 2002, and she holds a B.A. in both French and Art Education, a M.A. in Curriculum & Instruction, and graduate certificates in French Studies and Gifted, Creative, & Talented Education. She was a NEA Foundation G…
 
#006 This episode marks the end of Season 1. We’ll be back with new episodes next month, but we wanted to go over what we’ve learnt this season and give you a sneak preview of what you can expect from Diversity Secrets Season 2. This first season was called “On The Job”, as we asked DEI professionals what it really means to work in DEI. Our guests …
 
About Coach Victor Hicks "Coach" Victor Hicks is the founder and lead instructor of Coding with Culture, an organization designed to teach computer science and digital literacy through an “HBCU-Ready” lens to scholars in grades K-8. In addition, Coach Hicks serves as a CS and STEM educator in Atlanta, Georgia where he continues to bring culturally-…
 
#005 For our 5th and final interview of the “On the Job” season, we are very pleased to welcome Aurélie Uricher, as she completes her first year as Global D&I Manager at L’Occitane Group, a global manufacturer and retailer of natural cosmetics and well-being products. This was an exciting first year on the job for Aurélie, as, with her nomination, …
 
Show Highlights I’m no longer an ally and here’s why… “And what did you do?” Not doing anything is not doing anything Performative Wokeness What are your motives Am I doing enough? Joining an organization Additional Resources Book Dr. Eakins Are you a Disruptor? Learn more about the Advocacy Room Free Course on Implicit Bias 20 Diversity Equity and…
 
#004 In today’s episode, we welcome one of the pioneers of DEI: Kim Weaver. Kim has been leading Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for over 20 years in a great variety of global firms such as Uber, Sodexo, McCormick&Co, and more. Today, Kim Weaver leads global DEI at Aveva, a global leader in industrial software. Kim’s DEI story is both a personal ba…
 
Show Highlights A lot of us have lost our joy Book banning is not new Book banning over the past year Who is getting banned? Kendi’s thoughts on book banning Students are starting to fight back 5 reasons why your kid should read banned books Additional Resources Why Your Kid Should Read Banned Books Ibram X. Kendi on Recent Book Banning Efforts Lea…
 
#003 Today, we’re extremely pleased to welcome Heidi Robertson, Group Head of D&I at ABB, a leading Global 500 technology company driving digital transformation through industrial automation, robotics and electrification. As a matter of fact, 2021 was an important year for DEI at ABB : it marked the first year of rolling out their 2030 D&I Strategy…
 
About Akil Parker Akil Parker is the founder and Director of All This Math, LLC which is an educational services company focusing on building mathematics competency in the African-American community. All This Math was founded in 2017 while he was still a high school math teacher in the Philadelphia school system. For 16 years, Akil Parker taught hi…
 
#002 In our second episode, we’re very honored to be welcoming renowned diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) thought-leader, and former SVP Corporate Responsibility and Global Chief Diversity Officer for Sodexo, Dr. Rohini Anand. She comes to speak to us about her newly published book: Leading Global Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. This is not an…
 
Dan Matthews, also known as DANakaDAN, is back for a second time on Dear Asian Americans (he was also on Episode 071 as a part of our Census Episode) to share his personal journey through identity, music, and community as a Korean adoptee. Dan's newest album Me, Also Me drops February 2022 available across all streaming platforms. Mett Dan DANakaDA…
 
About Kwame Sarfo-Mensah Kwame Sarfo-Mensah is a 15-year veteran urban educator and the founder of Identity Talk Consulting, an educational consulting firm that provides professional development and consulting services to K-12 school districts, educators, colleges, universities, and educational non-profit organizations. He is also the author of two…
 
#001 In our first episode we’re very excited to welcome Putri Realita, Global Head of Diversity and Inclusion at Danone, a a multinational food-products corporation based in Paris. Putri took on this role in 2016 to build the firm’s DEI programs from the ground up. She tells us how her personal identity as an Indonesian citizen, and her background …
 
Abigail Hing Wen, author of Loveboat Reunion and the New York Time Bestseller Loveboat, Taipei joins Jerry to share about her passion for Asian American storytelling and her career in government, law, and technology. Loveboat Reunion releases today, January 25, 2022 wherever books are sold. Learn more about Abigail at AbigailHingWen.com Meet Abigai…
 
Welcome to the Diversity Secrets podcast, the podcast that explores the secrets behind leading authentic, impactful and successful diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in the workplace. Through meaningful dialogue with leaders in the field, we aim to help organizations build, accelerate and promote DEI in the workplace and in our communities. In o…
 
About Bro. Henry McDavid Henry McDavid, is the co-founder of KIKIFER’S Entrepreneurial Academy, the largest national entrepreneurial academy producing 6 figure earning students K-12. Henry is a well known author, professional speaker, and business coach and serial entrepreneur. Henry's entrepreneurial spirit started young. While in high school Henr…
 
EDUCATOR THERAPY VITURAL SUMMIT REGISTRATION About Geneva Gay, Ph.D. Geneva Gay is Professor Emeritus of Education at the University of Washington-Seattle where she taught multicultural education and general curriculum theory. She is nationally and internationally known for her scholarship in multicultural education and culturally responsive teachi…
 
About Darlene Reyes Darlene Reyes is a first-generation Salvadoran-American and alumna from Northwestern University. After graduation, Darlene became an AmeriCorps member for City Year, Washington, D.C. (CYDC), which motivated her to pursue a career in education. She is a 2019 Fulbright U.S. Student Program Fellowship Aluma who was selected to cond…
 
About Emily Alicia Affolter, Ph.D. Dr. Emily Alicia Affolter is the director of and faculty for Prescott College's Sustainability Education Ph.D. Program.Prior to serving in this role, she worked as a Senior Research Scientist at the University of Washington’s Center for Evaluation & Research for STEM Equity (CERSE). Emily earned her Ph.D. in Curri…
 
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