Episode 25

Published on:

22nd Jul 2020

Black in Corporate America

Listen to career coach Maureen Green-James as she shares stories and gives advice on how to make it as a Black woman in corporate America.

Best known as MGJ, Maureen is a sought after career coach, inclusion champion, and inspirational storyteller who possesses an exemplary brand for collaborating and consulting with senior executives, emerging and mid-career managers and teams. Throughout her career as a People & Employee Experience executive, Maureen is a thought-leader who serves as a principal voice to the business in the areas of diversity, inclusion, equity and belonging, workplace engagement, and leadership development. Managing a successful career while raising a family, Maureen also held a national board seat (SVP of Communications and Branding) with the National Association of African Americans in Human Resources (NAAAHR).

As a career coach, Maureen has transformed the lives of many who have gone on to excel in their personal and professional career endeavors. She also speaks at national conferences on a broad range of topics: leveraging diversity and inclusion to impact a company's bottom-line, leadership brand, executive presence, and transforming young minds towards the aspiration of their excellence.  

Visit her website: https://mgjspeaks.com/home

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About the Podcast

In My Shoes Podcast
You don't know what it's like until you've been In My Shoes
In My Shoes is a podcast about women of color and the issues we face but sometimes don't get to talk about. We will give our perspective, allowing you a glimpse into what it's like to deal with racism, infertility, mental illness, parenting, relationships, colorism, politics, hair, health, you name it - in our shoes.

Sometimes it just takes a moment to hear a personal story to realize things aren't always the way they seem. When you hear someone's personal story you can see things through their eyes, from their perspective, even if it's just for a moment - but that moment may be all it takes to change the way you think about or view women from other cultural backgrounds and skin tones. Walk a mile in my shoes, and find out things aren't always the way they seem.

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Karin Davis-Thompson