“Every single person has biases, whether we’re willing to recognize them or not. Yet if you ask most people if they’re part of the problem, they’ll automatically say ‘No.’”
By Hailey Eisen
The son of an immigrant, Victor knows how it feels to be an outsider. The beneficiary of policies that embraced multiculturalism and inclusion, he’s committed to extending these opportunities to women.
Philip says it’s a business issue. The goal is to retain top talent and expand the strength of the company.
Ramon was raised by a single mother. Equality and fairness matter to him. Why wouldn’t he get involved?
Bill believes there’s no reason why his son should have a better chance to succeed within his company, or any organization, than his two daughters.
Sam was sick of standing by while his male colleagues degraded women. He didn’t want to feel afraid for his baby girl.
For Justin, it was a no brainer. It was 2015, after all.