Mita Mallick, Author, Reimagine Inclusion and Head of Inclusion, Equity & Impact, Carta, joins Boyden Partner and HR Expert, Leslie Rohrbacker, for an authentic DEI-in-the-workplace dialogue

By Leslie Rohrbacker

We recognize that we lead better when we learn together.

Boyden's Suite Talking is a collegial community of leaders, a seat at the table, a space for inspired and inspiring conversations. Founded by Boyden's Leslie Rohrbacker and Diane Turek Pire, Suite Talking delivers unique, multimedia content and experiences to c-suite leaders looking for peer thought-leadership concerning today’s most compelling business challenges and opportunities.

This edition features Mita Mallick, corporate change-maker with a track record of transforming businesses. Mita has left an indelible mark on the beauty and consumer goods industry, championing the inclusion of Black and Brown communities. Author of "Reimagine Inclusion," a Wall Street Journal and USA Today Best Seller, Mita serves as a Chief Diversity Officer, shaping inclusive ecosystems for major companies like Carta, Unilever, Pfizer, AVON, and Johnson & Johnson. As a sought-after speaker and cohost of the popular podcast, The Brown Table Talk, part of the LinkedIn Podcast Network, she empowers Women of Color in the workplace and guides allies. A LinkedIn Top Voice, Mita is a contributor for Harvard Business Review, Adweek, Entrepreneur and Fast Company. She has been featured in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Time Magazine, Forbes, Axios, Essence, Cosmopolitan Magazine, and Business Insider.

In discussion with Boyden Partner Leslie Rohrbacker, their conversation takes inspiration from Mita's book, exploring pivotal topics such as concept of the "mirrortocracy", warning against tokenism, and challenging the notion of being "color blind", while sharing actionable insights on inclusive recruiting and the evolving role of the Chief Diversity Officer.

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