DyNAMC Diversity Unfiltered - DyNAMC Leaders for a Changing World Magazines’ premier podcast talks with STEM Leader Othalene Lawrence

August 11, 2017

Interview conducted by Shellanee Brock

DyNAMC Diversity Unfiltered - DyNAMC Leaders for a Changing World Magazines’ premier podcast. We bring you the voices of today’s renowned societal leaders and average folks talking about what they do, how they got there, and what they're thinking about in the controversial world of diversity, inclusion and race relations. In this episode . . . . .

We talk with Othalene Lawrence who has open doors and broken grounds new ground as a leader in the STEM Technology world as an Environmental Scientist, Certified Diversity and Inclusion Professional and Vice President Department of Energy Senior Diversity and STEM Program Lead – Othalene has also participated in the life changing study of the cultivating of Henrietta Lacks’ cells, but also investing in others by contributing her knowledge and technical experience with environmental policy making and advocacy.  DyNAMC got an insight on her perspective on inclusion and diversity; it is one that will put hope into any tough scenario.

 

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DyNAMC Diversity Unfiltered - DyNAMC Leaders for a Changing World Magazines’ premier podcast talks with Diversity & Inclusion Strategist, Movement & Social Justice Advocate Albert E. Smith Jr.

June 30, 2017

DyNAMC Diversity Unfiltered - DyNAMC Leaders for a Changing World Magazines’ premier podcast. We bring you the voices of today’s renowned societal leaders and average folks talking about what they do, how they got there, and what they're thinking about in the controversial world of diversity, inclusion and race relations. In this episode we talked with Diversity & Inclusion Strategist, Movement Intellectual & Social Justice Advocate Albert E. Smith Jr..

Mississippi native, Albert E. Smith Jr. grew up in a small town outside of Natchez. At the age of 13, he began attending Piney Woods Boarding School, one of the three remaining Black boarding schools in the nation. Albert Earnest Smith, Jr.’s passion for justice and equality sits in the nexus of academia, community development, public policy and grass-root activism.  Albert moves continuously between polar worlds bridging, linking and mediating between groups and persons of varying cultural backgrounds. 

 

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