The Diversity Gap

How to Be the Change You Want to See at Work w/ Stephanie Ghoston

Episode Summary

In this episode of The Diversity Gap Podcast, Bethaney talks with coach and consultant Stephanie Ghoston. Stephanie works at the intersection of leadership development and organizational change, with an emphasis on empowering black women to become the most free versions of themselves. In this rich conversation, Stephanie connects the dots between the personal work and collective work required to shift a culture. She also invites us to imagine a new and emergent future where power is shared more equitably and where marginalized folks are thriving.

Episode Notes

Stephanie Ghoston is an internationally recognized speaker, facilitator, organizational development consultant, coach and recovering lawyer. She brings over 15 years of experience in advancing equity, fostering inclusive leadership, and sparking systems transformation using racial justice and healing frameworks.

Stephanie's unique approach skillfully and wholeheartedly combines her sharp legal mind, problem solving skills, and love of people to powerfully serve clients and challenge existing systems. She has coached leaders and staff in the nonprofit, for-profit, education, foundation and public sectors to integrate equity and inclusion into the core identities of those organizations. She is well versed in assessing organizational culture, tool building, and strategic coaching for equity.

www.stephanieghoston.com

@cultivatedsense on Instagram

RESOURCE - The Problem Woman of Color in the Workplace

https://coco-net.org/problem-woman-colour-nonprofit-organizations/

RESOURCE - White Supremacy Culture 

https://www.showingupforracialjustice.org/white-supremacy-culture-characteristics.html

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