Season 2, Episode 8: Breaking Barriers and Building Bridges: A DEI Journey with Janet M. Stovall
Janet's career has been defined by shattering glass ceilings and driving transformative change within organizations. She's a TED speaker with over 2.5 million views and co-author of the Amazon bestseller, "The Conscious Communicator."
Season 2, Episode 7: Securing Capital Investment Unlocking Opportunities for Minority-Owned Businesses
Sahra S. Halpern, President and CEO of BCF and Triad Investments, shares essential strategies for minority-owned business owners to achieve success when securing loans and valuable insights on how corporations can fulfill their supplier diversity goals by collaborating with these enterprises.
Season 2, Episode 6: Practice What You Parent
Kamela Forbes is joined by contingent labor expert Angela Westhead in a discussion that explores the intersection of parenthood and inclusivity, drawing attention to the policies that empower parents in the workplace.
Season 2, Episode 5: Paying it Forward for the LGBTQ+ Community
Steve Garibell, VP at TD Bank, shares how he actively uplifts diverse businesses, advocates for LGBTQ+ rights, and pays forward the guidance and support he’s received by fostering empathetic leaders, building strong networks, and impactful programs for future generations.
Season 2, Episode 4: The Importance of Recognizing & Valuing Neurodiversity
In a riveting and personal discussion, Diana Mirakaj-Finnerty, Head of US at Specialisterne, shares the challenges autistic and neurodivergent individuals face in the workplace, while detailing solutions employers can implement to practice inclusivity.
Season 2, Episode 3: Building Strong, Sustainable & Inclusive Networks
With his 25+ years of experience, Dale Favors, the Managing Partner at Adaptive Growth Leadership, joins Kamela to discuss building connections and relationships within a corporate culture that inspire professional growth and create sustainable results.
Season 2, Episode 2: Reimagining Brand Impact
Brooke Foley, the pioneering founder of Jayne Agency and It's Not Just Dinner, joins Kamela Forbes to explore brand building, leveraging relationships, and advancing women and minority-owned businesses.
Season 2, Episode 1: The Heart of the Staffing Industry
YUPRO CEO Michelle Sims talks with Jenny about her organization’s inspiring mission and how our industry can prioritize the heart of our work: helping others reap the benefits of what they do.
But First, People Season 2 Trailer
Kamela is back—and so is But First, People! Get a sneak peek at the next season in our trailer, and be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcasting app for more.