A Symphony of Inclusion is a monthly virtual master heart that invites us all to step up and into the light of our privilege to participate in an updated cohesive narrative of our greatest collective intention: Symphony.
Every month, we invite a diverse composition of visionary people-geeks, inclusion innovators, and wisdom teachers who champion a “we agenda” and service to the reunion of humanity, for a masterheart on lived experiences and unique perspectives to conducting a Symphony of Inclusion.
ABOUT THE HOST
Oshoke Abalu, Co-Founder Love & Magic Company
Oshoke, a storyteller, architect and futurist, was the Chief Architect for MetLife’s $1 billion inclusive workplace redesign. She pioneers human-centered design solutions that infuse consciousness, energy flow, and inclusivity into global workplace transformations. She is a gifted design thinker and diversity advocate who has moved the needle, shattered glass ceilings and enabled a broader conversation on diversity for organizations. A Crain’s 40 Under 40 honoree, Oshoke and her work have been featured in TIME, Smart Planet, Real Simple Magazine, Domino Magazine, Interior Design Magazine, ABC, NBC, Fast Company, TED and more.
ABOUT THE GUEST – Tami Simon
Tami Simon founded Sounds True, a multimedia publishing conglomerate, with a mission to disseminate spiritual wisdom. Sounds True has published books and original recordings from some of the most well-recognized masters of mind on the planet, including Jon Kabat-Zinn, the Dalai Lama, Pema Chödrön, Ram Dass, Andrew Weil, Joseph Goldstein, Tara brach, Jack Kornfield, and Stanislav Grof. It has twice been listed as one of Inc. magazine’s fastest-growing private companies.
In addition to running Sounds True, Tami is also the author of “Being True: What Matters Most in Work, Life, and Love” and the founder of the Inner MBA, a world-class education in how to create major success while staying aligned with your values, learning to lead in empathy, mindfulness practice, compassion and leveraging other tools of consciousness to increase productivity, engagement and the bottom line.
ABOUT THE GUEST – Steven (Sven) Huang
Steven left his career as an actuary to join Facebook as their first HR analyst. Ever since, he has become a champion of using data modeling to solve big problems. As the former Head of Diversity and Inclusion at Culture Amp, his sights were set on creating a more inclusive future by leveraging his unique brand of statistics and storytelling. Doing D&I work at Culture Amp required a balance of internal and external initiatives. Internally, Steven’s programs gave each employee a chance to understand why inclusion matters to them. Externally, Steven leads the industry in embedding cross-functional learnings into Inclusion products and services, such as “The Diversity & Inclusion Survey”, for thousands of customers across the globe.
Monday, June 29, 2020