Monthly Archives: May 2014

Diversity Discover: Diversity in a Post-Safe World by Anita Nahal, Ph.D., CDP

Anita Nahal, Ph.D., CDP, former assistant provost for international programs and associate professor of history, is a consultant in higher education and organizational diversity. She is also the founder & chairperson of, . You can find more information on her at:   It’s circa 2014 and we live, […]

A Cautionary Tale: We’ll Let the Voters Decide 4

By Leah Smiley A few months ago, I started to write a blog but I did not. I was concerned that my assertions would be viewed as too negative. The topic pertained to exercising caution when embarking on a new diversity and inclusion effort. The blog was driven out of […]

10 Reasons Why the 2014 Diversity Leadership Retreat is the Go-To Event of the Year

Join the Society for Diversity from July 24-25 in Orlando, FL for what will be “the must-attend diversity and inclusion conference of the year.” If you need to drive results by transitioning D&I from good to great, here are 10 reasons why you can’t afford to miss “Planning for the […]