Advancing Pride and Courage in the Workplace

Advancing Pride and Courage in the Workplace

June was designated Pride month by President Bill Clinton in 1999 to formally recognize the roadblocks, injustices, and ongoing struggles the LGBTQI+ community has faced over the years in their fight to gain equal rights. Not special rights, human rights.  Pride month...

The Dynamics of Invisibility

The Dynamics of Invisibility

Ruttantip (Dang) Chonwerawong, PhD | AAG Consultant May is  Asian American Heritage month—a month of reflecting on what it means to be Asian and American. I became an Asian when I arrived in America as an international student. Prior to that point, I was just me, a...

Women Leaders Maintaining Their Authority

Women Leaders Maintaining Their Authority

For decades, at least since the 1970s, as a result of EEO legislation, employers have championed women to assume leadership roles and responsibilities. Indeed, women are in senior administrative positions and mid-level managers or directors in finance, healthcare,...

Stop the Anti-Asian Racism

Stop the Anti-Asian Racism

On March 16th, 6 women of Asian descent were murdered at their place of employment in Atlanta. These heinous crimes cannot go unnoticed. It has been reported that in 2020, anti-Asian racism and violence has soared with nearly 4000 incidents reported and continuing...