Learn to create the conditions for everyone to thrive at work through clear, actionable steps for you to build new diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) into your organization. By infusing equitable and inclusive values, experiences, and perspectives into your organizational culture, give your employees what they need to be their best selves and do their best work.
Filled with actionable advice Alida Miranda-Wolff learned through her own experiences both in organizations that didn’t invest in inclusion and as an expert consultant to 100+ companies in the years following, this roadmap helps Leaders:
Overcome any limiting work environment and build all new processes and communication priorities that allow your employees to be a part of something greater than themselves while your organization learns to value and embrace the unique experiences and perspective that each employee brings.
Alida Miranda-Wolff is the CEO and Founder of Ethos, a full-service diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) transformation firm closing the opportunity gap underrepresented and underserved groups in companies through Consulting, Training, and Programs.
Before Ethos, Alida headed up investors, partners, brand, and portfolio company growth at Hyde Park Angels. When she joined the company, she was the first woman ever hired full-time, the youngest person in a director role nationally by 10 years, and just one of 27 Latina women in venture capital.
Alida is also the Founder and Executive Director of Embolden & Co., a Chicago-based membership organization that nurtures a community of women committed to helping one another realize their highest visions of themselves personally and professionally through giving and gathering.
Alida Miranda-Wolff is the CEO and Founder of Ethos and author of the forthcoming book Cultures of Belonging: Building Inclusive Organizations that Last, set to be out February 15, 2022. Alida received her certification in diversity, equity, and inclusion from Georgetown University and has eight years of practitioner experience. In 2021, Alida was a recipient of the University of Chicago’s Early Career Achievement Award.
By helping organizations and the people inside of them understand their relationships with power, how to use their power responsibly, and how to share their power, she helps create the conditions for everyone to thrive at work.