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Future of Work: Building an Inclusive Workplace

About this event

This is the second webinar of TWC's exclusive Future of Work series.

Work and how we work has drastically changed over the past two years...virtual, hybrid, essential and non-essential, chain supply shortages, the great resignation, caregiving and flexible workspaces. With the COVID pandemic, the inequities in our current systems have been exacerbated.

The issue of inequities in the workforce and the failure of organizations to create more diverse and inclusive work environments, even after decades of diversity and inclusion initiatives, have garnered global attention during the pandemic.

In this second webinar of our Future of Work series, TWC president Kim Churches discusses these issues and solutions for the future with Malcom Glenn, founder and CEO of MG Equity Consulting and former head of Global Policy for Accessibility and Underserved Communities at Uber.

You’ll get insights into the misconception of the “pipeline problem,” what it means to build an inclusive pipeline of talent, why organizations have not progressed more in their DEI initiatives, and how the workplace culture needs to change to meet the demography of talent today.

Don’t miss this great opportunity to participate in this engaging conversation with Malcom and Kim, and to ask your questions during the Q&A session. Register today!


About Our Guest Speaker

Malcom Glenn is a writer, speaker, and equity consultant. He’s spent his career helping build partnerships between corporations, nonprofits, and governments, and telling the stories of the impact of that work. He is founder and CEO of MG Equity Consulting, an advisory firm that helps organizations embed equity in everything they do, inside and out. He’s a Fellow at New America’s Future of Land and Housing program, as well as a Senior Fellow at the Center for Workforce Inclusion. Malcom is also a senior advisor to the Health Action Alliance, where he helps promote equitable public health policies in response to COVID-19.

Before launching his consulting company, Malcom was head of Global Policy for Accessibility and Underserved Communities at Uber, where he built partnerships with historically marginalized groups, including people with disabilities, low-income families, communities of color, seniors, and returning citizens. He has served as an executive communications manager for Google’s chief financial officer and as the national director of communications at the American Federation for Children. He has also managed issue campaigns at the polling firm Greenberg Quinlan Rosner.

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    Malcom Glenn Founder and CEO @ MG Equity Consulting

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    The Washington Center For Internships And Academic Seminars

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    Kathleen Regan Mills Senior Manager, Seminars @ The Washington Center

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    Heidi Ramaeker Development Coordinator @ The Washington Center

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    Kim Churches President @ The Washington Center