Have you ever thought about the disadvantages that BIPOC owned small businesses may face? In this episode we explore those disadvantages and speak with a company that is changing the forecast, one business at a time.
Representatives from the African American Employee Resource Group take over the podcast, and share their individual experiences bringing their authentic selves to work. Their conversations center on their journeys exploring their identities as employees, and ways employers can better create safe spaces for authenticity at work.
Happy Pride Month! In today's episode MSUFCU's employee resource group, CU Pride talks with the Salus Center, which is the only LGBTQIA+ resource center in the Greater Lansing area. Together they explore the journey of Salus Center, history of Pride month and the importance of education about the community. To learn more about and/or donate to Salus Center, please visit saluscenter.org.
In today's episode we are talking about education and being a change agent with Glenn McIntosh. Having diversity, equity and inclusion in education is so important because these are the places where the leaders of tomorrow are learning. Take a listen to this inspiring conversation.
In this episode, the hosts are interviewing 2 very special guests from the Employee Resource Groups(ERG) at MSU Federal Credit Union. Both Prince and Taylor give us knowledge on what an ERG is, as well as, their importance and impact in the workplace.
Wallet Watch will be shifting focus this season to highlight diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) through important conversations and interviews. The newest installment focuses on defining DEI with MSUFCU's very own DEI Director Amanda Denney! Take a listen and leave us a comment.
In the first episode, returning host DaVante Montgomery and new hosts, Lyndsey Morgan and Amanda Conn, share stories from their own financial journeys. The team opens up about personal finance through authentic conversations and learn of their shared experiences.