In a recent article CNBC, Dee C. Marshall and how she is helping bring diversity to corporate America.
When Dee C. Marshall worked on Wall Street, she was often the only Black woman in the room.
These days, she is striving towards making corporate America more diverse. After the killing of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer last May, she’s seen a definite shift in attitude.
“Before May 25, diversity was dying,” said Marshall, who is CEO of Diverse & Engaged, a Newark, New Jersey-based diversity research program that works with Fortune 100 companies.
“We weren’t allowed to talk about being Black outside of Black employee resource groups.”