The Asian Monolith Myth

The Asian Monolith Myth

By Khudai Tanveer | May 26, 2021 What do you expect to see during API Heritage Month? Who do you expect to see during API Heritage Month? For the last six years of my life, I have sat on every API Heritage Committee meeting that I have come across. It is not because I...
My Journey Breaking Through The Bamboo Ceiling

My Journey Breaking Through The Bamboo Ceiling

By Princess Clemente | May 21, 2021 When I was in college, my classmates in a Women in Leadership class often addressed the “glass ceiling” women face in attaining leadership and managerial roles. After Kamala Harris shattered glass by becoming the first female, first...
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...
Cultivating a Sense of Belonging in the Workplace

Cultivating a Sense of Belonging in the Workplace

By Shane Lloyd and Adriana Rojas | June 15, 2020 Belonging is an experience in which a person feels connected, supported, and respected when as a member of a collective, their authenticity is valued. The research on belonging tells us that when people feel emotionally...
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...