One of my favorite pastimes is walking Marcus Garvey Park, a twenty acre square in Harlem.
Many of my colleagues who facilitate training and workshops for companies—especially around equity and inclusion—are gearing up for an intense season.
In the first few months of launching and running Abernathy, I learned more than I would have in a year of grad school.
This magazine was launched to surface narratives reflecting real, lived experiences and targeted at a professional black male demographic.
There’s a palpable tension in workplaces across the nation. With each passing day, it becomes harder and harder to separate work from life outside of work.
I’ve lately been fielding questions from non-black founders and hiring managers looking to diversify their teams.
My first job out of college was with a company that currently employs more than 375,000 human beings.
I started my first Fortune 500 internship in 2005 with Convergys Corporation in Jacksonville, Florida.
One Saturday a couple years ago, I was waiting for a table outside of one of my favorite brunch spots in Cambridge, Massachusetts.