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Episode 165: Melanie Ho on creative ways to explore diversity, equity and inclusion in the boardroom

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Melanie Ho’s first board was as a 27-year-old graduate student in 2006, when she chaired the board of directors for the Associated Students at UCLA, a $75 million campus business with 1300 employees.

Today, Melanie is the author of ‘Beyond Leaning In – gender equity and what organizations are up against‘ a unique award winning business book written as a novel. Beyond leaning in explores a wide range of professional dynamics in a fictionalized company, including between the CEO Deborah and her board chair George.

Melanie is also a leadership consultant and speaker focused on future visioning, leadership development, diversity, equity and inclusion.

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