Highlighting Women of Colour


Women of Colour encompasses numerous diverse groups, each facing unique challenges. It remains crucial for us to acknowledge that a victory for one group translates into a victory for all when it comes to building inclusive spaces. Because of this, we believe it is important to stay educated on the hardships faced by different groups to help uplift them, while also celebrating their victories. In the corporate world, Women of Colour are especially under-represented, which can lead to many experiencing imposter syndrome and self-doubt. Taking steps to understand these challenges and change this narrative will help foster diversity and inclusivity within all spaces, both within and beyond workplaces.



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Spotlight: Ursula Burns

Business Woman

Ursula Burns is an America business woman. She is most widely known for being the Chief Executive Officer of Xerox from 2009 to 2016, making her the first black woman to be a CEO of a Fortune 500 company, and the first woman to succeed another as head of a Fortune 500 company. Additionally, she served on the board of directors on multiple large American companies, including Uber, American Express, and ExxonMobil. She was rated the 22nd most powerful woman in the world by Forbes in 2014. Along with her involvement in private corporations, she also held various civic positions, including being a leader of the STEM program of the White House from 2009 to 2016, and head of the President's Export Council from 2015 to 2016.