The Art of the Apology

The Art of the Apology

By Eric Peterson | April 30, 2019 Increasingly, it seems that we live in a culture of perpetual outrage. Some would argue that the anger has always been there, but now, thanks to the leveling dynamics of social media, the outraged have an accessible, audible voice....
How to Build an HBCU Pipeline in STEM

How to Build an HBCU Pipeline in STEM

By Albert Smith | March 5, 2019 African Americans account for only 8 percent of general engineering majors, 7 percent of mathematics majors, and 5 percent of computer engineering majors. They are similarly under-represented in business: only 7 percent of finance and...
Driving Your D&I Strategy with Data

Driving Your D&I Strategy with Data

By Cory Schneider | February 5, 2019 As a licensed mental health practitioner, I work with individuals who are seeking therapy; each with their own unique circumstances, symptomatology, and life experiences. I can’t apply the same theoretical model to every patient...
Happy New Year from Cook Ross’ C-Suite!

Happy New Year from Cook Ross’ C-Suite!

By Cook Ross C-Suite | January 7, 2019 Happy New Year! As Cook Ross evolves and grows as an organization, we are so excited to welcome in 2019 and all of the amazing experiences that will come with it. As Cook Ross’ C-Suite, we wanted to introduce ourselves to...