Cook Ross Celebrates Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Cook Ross Celebrates Indigenous Peoples’ Day

By Adriana Rojas | October 6th, 2020 “Every Native American is a survivor, an anomaly, a surprise on earth. We were all slated for extinction before the march of progress. But surprise, we are progress. What was apparent to Native people long ago—the...
Inclusive Leadership: A Map to Weather The Storm

Inclusive Leadership: A Map to Weather The Storm

By Eric Peterson | May 22, 2020 Since I joined Cook Ross six and a half years ago – and indeed, throughout my 20-year career – I’ve spoken to a lot of business leaders about Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility (IDEA). Most of them are eager to hear what I...
The Climate of the Remote Workplace in the Era of COVID-19

The Climate of the Remote Workplace in the Era of COVID-19

By Shane Lloyd and Adriana Rojas | May 18, 2020 We are living during an unprecedented, historic pandemic and our prior experiences limit our capacity to effectively address these sudden changes. This collective trauma is altering the way we live and relate to our...
How to Celebrate and Strategize Around Black History Month

How to Celebrate and Strategize Around Black History Month

By Shane L. Lloyd  |  February 18, 2020 We’re a little over halfway through Black History Month (BHM) and schools, communities, and organizations are using a variety of approaches to recognize the contributions of Black Americans. Google created a captivating and...
And The Loser Is…

And The Loser Is…

By Eric Peterson | February 4, 2020 One year ago, when the Oscars awarded three of its four acting honors to people of color, people wondered if perhaps the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences had finally turned a corner. Maybe, just maybe … its historic...