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Democracy In The Workplace With Alexandria Dunn
Episode 329th January 2024 • Communicate Like You Give A Damn • Kim Clark
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We’re diving straight into real talk with Alexandria Dunn, Former Management Consultant at CCC Intelligent Solutions. After speaking out in support of Palestine, she was fired from her position in October. This provoked her thought process on her organization as a whole in relation to the importance of language, clarity, racism and discrimination while advocating for DEI within the corporate landscape. Together, Alexandria and host, Kim Clark, highlight the significance of persistent communication, the disconnect between leadership and employees on the ground level and conveying messages that bring about cultural change. Not only do they tackle authentic communication during social crises, but Alexandria’s personal journey advocating for change. Alexandria’s story is a lesson for all leaders and employers in the wake of the tragic lack of allyship and ownership leading to the resignation of Dr. Claudine Gay as Harvard’s President after only six months. 

About The Guest:

Alexandria Dunn is a revolutionary, organizer and management consultant who is experienced in partnering with organizations at all levels to drive transformational change in workflows, processes and team strategies. 

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The 'Problem' Woman Of Color In The Workplace 

About Kim:

Kim Clark (she/her) focuses her work on the communicator and content creator's role in diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). She is the co-author of The Conscious Communicator: The fine art of not saying stupid sh*t, an Amazon #1 bestseller and the leading voice for DEI communications and social justice messaging for brands.

She speaks at conferences, writes custom workshops, writes inclusive communications guides, and consults with companies on all things related to diversity, equity, and inclusion communications. Kim is a member of the LGBTQ+ community, a cisgender woman, Native American (Muscogee Nation) and a mom of two kids with disabilities. These marginalized identities and the privileges that come with society seeing her as White motivate her daily for social change.

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