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Elaine Welteroth was only the second black person in Condé Nast's 107-year-history to hold an Editor-in-Chief title.

At 29 years old, ‘Project Runway’ judge Elaine Welteroth became the youngest editor-in-chief in Condé Nast history. Here are the 5 wa...

At the time, Welteroth was not only the youngest EIC in Condé Nast history, but also only the second black person to hold that title.
Tim Ryan, US Chair and Senior Partner at PwC and co-founder of CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion, at a closed door session in New York City on November 14, 2019.

The CEOs of JP Morgan, McKinsey, Ford, and 800 other companies signed a letter saying diversity efforts are improving — but 42% of Americans sti...

Nearly 800 US CEOs — from firms like Bank of America, Cisco, and Ford — said they've prioritized the issue among their board of directors.
Manny Jacinto.

‘The Good Place’ star Manny Jacinto, one of the few Filipino TV leads, opens up about diversity in Hollywood

"The Good Place" star Manny Jacinto told Insider that strides are being made in diversifying the industry, but more work needs to be done.
Corporate CEOs are getting older, data shows.

Corporate America is seeing a spike in the age of CEOs being hired — and yes, they’re overwhelmingly white men

The data suggests businesses still have a lot of work to do to increase racial diversity at the top.
Ernesto Felix.

I struggled to embrace my Hispanic heritage at work for years, but now I run employee resource groups at Intel. Here’s my advice for others grap...

Ernesto Felix, a technical leadership development manager, works on several initiatives, including recruiting for Intel's Latinx Leadership Council.

Google made a small but important change in 2017 to how it thinks about ‘Googleyness,’ a key value it looks for in new hires

The definition of "Googleyness" remains vague, but the company says it's different from cultural fit — which shows how it's thinking about diversity.

The days of coffee-grabbing internships are over. Here’s how fellows and apprentices are changing the way we train our youngest workers.

US employers posted 145% more fellowship job openings in the last year than in 2018, according to ZipRecruiter.

42% of US employees have experienced or seen racism at work. It’s the latest example of how diversity efforts are falling short, especially in A...

Recent surveys from McKinsey and SAP have also pointed to lagging racial diversity and inclusion efforts at US companies.
3 in 10 male workers view the #MeToo movement unfavorably.

The state of #MeToo: Here’s where the movement stands 2 years after the explosive allegations that launched it

One in three US part- and full-time workers changed their behavior in the office in the wake of the #MeToo movement, according to a new AP poll.

Lower pay, more harassment: How work in America has failed women of color

Not only are black and Hispanic women paid less than white women on average, women of color report higher rates of workplace sexual harassment.