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148: Gillian Burke – Comfortably Living Life In A State Transition And Environmental Certainty

Gillian Burke is this week’s guest. Biologist, TV producer, presenter, public speaker, voiceover artist, writer, and mother, Gillian Burke, is second generation Kenyan, has lived a life transition – or as she refers to as a state of liminality. In this broad-ranging interview, Gillian deconstructs the complexity of her racially ambiguous ‘creole’ identity. Part West …

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138: A Voice To Be Heard On Diversity, Equity and Inclusion – Jennifer L. Williams

Jennifer L Williams is this week’s guest and our first guest of Series 3. Jennifer is a leading thinker and advocate for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. During this open, honest, and expansive discussion Jennifer discusses why diversity, equity, and inclusion must be foundational to reimagining how we work and how we build teams and move …

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128: Marcus G. Miller – Moral Imagination, Racial Justice and Quantum Theory

Guest Overview Marcus G Miller has written some thought provoking and expansive reflections on Covid19, about the death of George Floyd and the impact on the Black Lives Matter movement.  Last week I caught up with our guest from Episode No 56, the deep thinking, mathematician and musician, Marcus G Miller. As one of the most …

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