Diversity, Equity & Inclusion


Carol Anderson is professor of African American Studies at Emory University. She is the author of several bestselling books including One Person, No Vote: How Voter Suppression Is Destroying Our Democracy (2018) and the critically-acclaimed White Rage (2016).  LEARN MORE »


Senior Editor at The Atlantic and Host of the podcasts, Floodlines and Holy Week



Author of TransElectric: My Life as a Cosmic Rock Star



On a mission to inspire authenticity and inclusive leadership in the workplace


• Bestselling author of White Rage & One Person, No Vote

• Human and civil rights advocate

• Expert on African American history & 20th century politics

• Author of four critically-acclaimed novels & A More Perfect Reunion (2020)

• Author of the acclaimed book The Talk

Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist for The New Yorker and other publications

Mental Health Advocate, Award-winning, Musician & Keynote Speaker

• 1 Billion views on YouTube

• Author of the book A Hudson Valley Reckoning (Oct 2024)

• Journalist who's written for the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, The Atlantic, National Geographic, and many other publications.

• Songwriter, musician, author, and inspiring speaker on resilience, diversity, and authenticity

• Washington Bureau Chief and Senior Washington Correspondent at the Independent

• Author of We're Not Broken: Changing the Autism Conversation

• Founder & CEO of Girls in Tech

• Author of Tech Boss Lady

Founder of The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

• President of Emerge 

• Award-winning sex educator & healthy relationships advocate for the #MeToo & #TimesUp era

• Former Editor-in-Chief of Parade magazine

• Bestselling author of The Gratitude Diaries & The Genius of Women

• Creator of the social justice oriented service-learning program “Books Behind Bars”

• Educational innovator at the University of Virginia Center for Teaching Excellence

• Staff writer & financial columnist at The New Yorker

• Author of the NY Times Bestseller Black Edge

• Founder of the Moving Up Media Lab & Host of the PBS podcast, Attribution

• Author of the best-seller, Three Little Engines

• Expert on social mobility and the American Dream

• From homelessness to H.S. valedictorian to full ride at Georgetown

• Founder and CEO of Pain Into PURPOSE, a Black Woman Owned Business that helps to motivate others

• Senior Editor at The Atlantic

Host of the podcasts, Floodlines and Holy Week

• Journalist & co-founder of Memory Well

• Author of Broad Influence: How Women Are Changing the Way America Works

Human Rights Activist, Community Organizer, and Author

• Motivational Speaker on the Future of Leadership and the Mindset for Success

• Musician with a message: Dream in 3D

• Bipolar-Autistic law professor & award-winning author of A Light in the Tower: A New Reckoning with Mental Health in Higher Education (and many other books)

• Expert in managing mental health and neurodiversity in higher education and the workplace

• Inspirational speaker on living with bipolar disorder and autism and overcoming adversity.

• Worldwide leading expert on veganism and coveted speaker on body positivity and social justice issues

• Author of the memoir Always Too Much and Never Enough and The VegNews Guide to Being a Fabulous Vegan

• Inspirational mindset expert trusted by Fortune 100 companies

• Creator of Path of Least Regret®, the M.O.V.E. Framework™, and other tools for living and leading with intention

• Award-winning patient advocate and cancer survivor

• Author of Looking Up: How a Different Perspective Turns Obstacles into Advantages 

• Vice President, Diversity and Inclusion for NASCAR

• Prize-winning author of The Newcomers, Soldier Girls, & Just Like Us

• Speaks with compassion about the journeys of refugees who have been invited to resettle in the US

• Broadway's longest-running 'Lion King' shares his secret to fulfillment & joy in everyday work & life