In this episode of the Influence and Impact for Female Leaders podcast, I speak to Haseena Farid, co-founder of The Women of Colour Global Network - a membership network connecting professional women of colour, supporting them with career progression and advancement.
I hope this week’s podcast provides you with some more insight on inclusion in the workplace and practical ways you can be a more inclusive leader.
I’m grateful to Haseena for being so open with her experiences and advice. The Network is a supportive and inclusive space for all women and their future vision is to provide mentoring, run events, and work with organisations to improve their culture, policies and practices.
THE WOMEN OF COLOUR GLOBAL NETWORK
MORE ABOUT HASEENA
As well as co-founding The Women of Colour Global Network, Haseena is an executive coach and the founder of Meshwork - a consultancy providing organisational development, training, facilitation, fundraising, coaching and management expertise for charities, nonprofits and creative sectors.
She is a second-generation British-Bangladeshi woman of colour and is passionate about inclusive leadership, building purposeful and impact-driven organisations and the promotion of equality and equity of women of colour in the workplace and in wider society.
HASEENA’S BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS
Brit (ish): On Race, Identity and Belonging – Afua Hirsch
Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race – Reni Eddo-Lodge
Queenie - Candice Carty-Williams
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