The Center for Equity, Gender, and Leadership communicates frequently to our mailing list about upcoming events, updates, research, and news. To receive our newsletters in your inbox sign-up here. You can view an archive of our recent mailings here and a few of our favorite newsletters below.

EquityEd

July 15, 2020

In this newsletter, Kellie shares her insights from her discussion with speaker, consultant, and founder of MORE THAN: A Movement, Tara Jaye Frank from last week’s webinar titled Sharing the Load: How Leaders Must Lead in the Age of Reconciliation. Tara addresses the secondary roles Black employees are expected to take on as mitigators in the workplace and how leaders must acknowledge this to make it right. Kelly and Tara both encourage people to express their curiosities and to be open to having these difficult conversations about race and equity without fear.

EquityEd

July 1, 2020

Kellie focuses on embracing the uncomfortable in this newsletter and urges leaders to grapple with Vulnerable, Uncomfortable, Complicated, and Accountable (VUCA) concepts. She sheds light on gender and COVID related news and highlights how the celebrated “hyper-productivity” norm is potentially harming employees.

EGAL Newsletter

June 25, 2020

June has been filled with many highlights and successes for EGAL. This newsletter looks back on some of these accomplishments such as the newly published case compendium, research on AI and data in the age of COVID-19, and more! Featured in this newsletter is one of our amazing faculty, Ming Hsu, who shares his journey in DEI.

EquityEd

June 24, 2020

Kellie McElhaney provides readers with new resources and suggestions on how to continue to be an anti-racist ally. In addition to this, she focuses on the emerging data that demonstrates how COVID-19 is disproportionately affecting communities of color and women.

EquityEd

June 17, 2020

Kellie discusses the current progress the country is making with a new landmark cases that support the LBTQ+ community as well as how Berkeley and companies are doing more to address systemic racism and anti-blackness in their organizations.

EquityEd

June 11, 2020

Kellie sheds a light on the issues that Black Americans face today amidst the death of George Floyd, injustices in the country, and COVID-19.

EquityEd

June 3, 2020

In this feature of EquityEd, anti-racism and anti-blackness are discussed by brilliant black voices that urge others to take action when they witness injustices.

EquityEd

May 29, 2020

George Floyd was murdered at the hands of the police and as a collective, we must use our platform and privilege to be active allies and educate ourselves to be anti-racist. Kellie shares resources and steps to address complicity and how readers can use their voices to make a change.

The Great Reveal

May 27, 2020

With signs of uneven, slow, and yet steady re-openings across the state and country, we try to steadfastly maintain a focus on not returning to our “old normal.” Our, now weekly, blasts are intended to spotlight both glaring inequalities that need to be solved in building a “new normal”, as well as positive solutions.

The Great Reveal

May 20, 2020

We continue to share some interesting reads from our work on the Equitable Recovery Playbook and continued focus on the health and economic disparities of COVID-19, as well as some Equity Fluent Leadership solutions.

The Great Reveal

May 6, 2020

In keeping with the theme of our Equitable Recovery Playbook currently underway, this week we focus on how we can shape recovery from COVID-19 in a way that works for the most disenfranchised and least equitable amongst us (read: communities from diverse and marginalized backgrounds).

EGAL Newsletter

April 28, 2020

In the month of April, we shared data on the economic and health disparities COVID-19 has made evident. We include valuable research by leading companies who are igniting conversations of inequality and job loss. In this recap, we also feature EGAL’s Laura Kray who shares her journey into DEI.

The Great Reveal

April 23, 2020

As new research on the impact of COVID emerges, Kellie shares readings that highlight the impact of COVID-19 on marginalized and disenfranchised people and communities, nearly all of whom come from a non-dominant status and from diverse backgrounds. In our mission of creating Equity FLuent Leadership, we also include and amplify examples of how the business world is responding with solutions in the hopes that it ignites and inspires others to do the same.

The Great Reveal

April 9, 2020

EGAL is closely following COVID and highlighting data that demonstrates the disproportional impact COVID-19 has on women, ethnic minorities, and those on the lower end of the socio-economic spectrum. In addition to sharing these resources, Kellie provides examples of Equity Fluent Leadership as more companies come forward to respond to the pandemic and support their communities.

EGAL Newsletter

February 25, 2020

As we wrap up the month of February we look forward to exciting events happening in March. Additionally, we share fascinating reads that touch on supporting dual career couples, the gender gap, and making the workplace a more equitable environment.

EGAL Newsletter

December 19, 2019

The year is coming to end and we are looking forward to 2020 and our upcoming events! We accomplished so much in 2019 and recap some of our most memorable moments.

EGAL Newsletter

October 22, 2019

As October comes to a close, we share some exciting events we have lined up in November as well as fascinating reads that address diversity and inclusion in the workplace and gender equality in the U.S.

EGAL Newsletter

August 27, 2019

This month EGAL introduces the Equity Fluent Glossary of Key terms that provides an overview of language to build one’s equity fluency. We share what we’re currently reading including advancing mentorship through partnership, ending sexual harassment in the workplace, and more.

EGAL Newsletter

June 27, 2019

Congratulations are in order to our very own Kellie McElhaney, Founding Director of EGAL, who was named one of San Francisco Business Times Most Influential Women in Bay Area Business 2019! Among other EGAL accomplishments, we are introducing our Business Case for Diversity that highlights resources and research connecting gender diversity to business value, and includes a discussion on the latest understandings related to how business case results can vary in different contexts/implications for business leaders.

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