“I had to give up things [and people] that I thought were good for me by building awareness and realizing that they weren’t right. [I had to] move them out of my way. And I was one of those people… who was in my own way.” – Dr. Cheryl Ingram
Diversity and inclusion expert and entrepreneur Dr. Cheryl Ingram gets real about being a black woman in a world that shows up differently for her; what it takes to face our past with vulnerability; and why cultivating self-awareness, forgiveness, and self-love is the only path to being who we really are.
More About Cheryl:
Dr. Cheryl Ingram is the CEO and founder of Inclusology (a software company that is working to build the world’s greatest benchmarks for DEI) and Diverse City LLC (a (DEI) diversity, equity, and inclusion consulting firm working with organizations across the United States). Cheryl has been training and coaching in the area of diversity, equity, and inclusion for 18 years. She has her Doctorate of Education with a specialization in DEI, a Master of Arts in Education, and her Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies, all from New Mexico State University. Cheryl’s company works with clients such as Netflix, Uber, Foursquare, University of Washington and others to help them build sustainable and fair DEI practices and policies. Cheryl’s many passions related to social justice and equity which included serving on the board of directors for Unloop, a national technical training program that addresses recidivism in prisons throughout Washington State and on the Board of Directors for Black Women in Tech.
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