Making diversity work in the workplace with John Rice, CEO of Management Leadership for Tomorrow

John Rice, Founder and CEO of Management Leadership for Tomorrow, has dedicated himself to racial equity, transforming the careers of people of color, and helping organizations move the needle on DEI.
On this Walker Webcast, Willy Walker interviewed John Rice on the need for organizations to take a rigorous approach to DEI, the three degrees of racism, and his incredible family history.

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John Rice is the Founder and CEO of Management Leadership for Tomorrow (MLT), a national non-profit organization that fights racial and economic disparities by empowering a new generation of diverse leaders. Since 2002, MLT has been transforming the careers of people of color and the leadership pipelines of our most influential organizations. MLT drives breakthrough results for individuals, institutions, and communities.

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