Diversity Affluence

Workplace diversity is about more than simply hiring people from underrepresented groups. Hugh Molotsi, vice president of the Intuit Incubator, says it’s also about being free to…

Enjoying career success is easier if you are in the right industry. At the First Annual Diversity Affluence Brunch in Silicon Valley, in Palo Alto, Calif.…

Silicon Valley‘s diversity problem is well-known. As Bloomberg reported last fall, Black and Hispanic people combined only had 6 percent of the tech jobs at four…

One thing civil rights activists must do is keep the public’s attention on serious matters. Still, even they have a sense of humor. One would…

Despite the fact that we have Black people in positions of power throughout government, including the White House, Black economic progress won’t necessarily come from the…

Why is giving to the community good for business? Deborah Elam, president of the GE Foundation, told NewsOne how it works. We caught up with…

At the heart of innovation in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) research are fundamental questions. Marian Croak, a senior vice president at AT&T Labs…

CNN show host and activist Van Jones has career advice for young people. “We need more technology helping more communities be more effective, more healthy, more…

The 5th Annual Diversity Affluence Brunch showcases the achievements of people from diverse backgrounds who have built success within their respective industries. These are people…