Mar 12, 2018
Inclusion and diversity are buzz words in both industries and higher education across this country. But according to one industry expert, in too many industries and on too many university campuses, we talk a lot about inclusion and diversity – but all we do is talk – when we need to look at what has been done, what is being done, and what remains to be done.
Guest: Natacha Buchanan, senior adviser for Inclusion and Diversity for Phillips 66. She is currently the lead Phillips 66 Finance recruiter for Kansas State University.
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