WOCA 2022: How to Ensure No Woman of Color is Left Behind

For many women of color, race and gender in the workplace intersect with other areas of discrimination like disability, age or sexual orientation. 

At the 2022 annual Women of Color and Their Allies event held in Louisville on Sept. 21 by DiversityInc in conjunction with Humana, officials from Hilton, Abbott, Toyota and the U.S. Air Force proposed strategies on how women of color can be supported in the workplace through the lens of intersectionality. 

“We need flexibility because we’re dealing with eldercare, childcare or just care for our loved ones,” said Sean Palacio, Divisional Vice President, Diversity & Inclusion at Abbott.

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