Why We Must Remember

Two years ago today, George Floyd was murdered by Derek Chauvin. We mourned and hoped for justice. Today we mourn the death of 21 beautiful souls murdered at a Texas elementary school...

The Real Value of an HBCU

Each graduation season, I am always reminded of my beloved Howard University.  This school wasn’t my first or last choice, but there was something special about it. In a previous blog, I shared the story of how my mother was a professor at Howard and participated in my graduation ceremony as a faculty member. 

The Power of Questions

Many of us would agree that questions can be powerful. Dr. Michael Marquardt, wrote a book called Leading With Questions, exploring how great leaders from large national and multinational firms have developed the practice of asking great questions to lead their teams to great outcomes.

April is Autism Awareness Month

I have no doubt that a scan of your circle of friends, family, and colleagues would reveal the presence of neurodivergent individuals. There is a big world of neurodiversity that remains less understood and not fully explored.  Let’s commit together not to leave it that way.

Let’s Do Things Differently

With Thanksgiving officially behind us, the 2021 holiday season is officially in full swing. For some, overspending in the name of gift-giving, entertaining and decorating is the norm during this time of year. Before it starts, I thought I would draw your attention to how you might be feeling about your money and encourage you to think about it before the season sweeps you up, that is assuming you can even find the things you might want to buy.