Today launches Season 2 of the Morales Group podcast, No Milk No Sugar. Our trailer introduces new DEI co-hosts Cynthia Hobbs and Luz Flores, joining Morales Group CEO Seth Morales and producer Tori Updike this season.
Listen to the trailer here, or wherever you get your podcasts.
Get ready for aggressive DEI tactics, no punches pulled. We invite entrepreneurs and executives of color as well as thought leaders in the DEI space to talk about what equity actually looks like in the corporate arena and how organizations can be successful in their efforts — and how to avoid pitfalls like tokenism or performative action.
Season 2’s theme, “Disrupting DEI,” offers a space to discuss the real world of diversity, equity, and inclusion (not just checking off a box) with a focus on tangible takeaways for leaders and organizations who are trying to do the work while avoiding the lure of surface-level diversity initiatives.
Among other experts in DEI and minority leadership, this season we will be speaking to Vivian Nayiga, Director of Partnerships for SHARE Mobility, about transportation equity, TJ Wright, founder and CEO of Whelhaus Co. about Black and queer representation in corporate leadership, and Carolyn Mosby, President and CEO of the Mid-States Minority Supplier Development Council.
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About No Milk No Sugar Podcast:
No Milk No Sugar is a podcast about business beneath the sweetener. Hosted by Morales Group’s very own CEO, Seth Morales, we talk to local movers and shakers about what can be the harsh reality of doing business. This isn’t the highlight reel — we cover what no one likes to advertise but everyone wants to hear. Seth’s mantra? We learn more from our mistakes than from our wins. Building a great business or becoming a great leader isn’t a smooth road. All too often, we advertise our wins, but we don’t see entrepreneurs, executives, or leaders sharing the nitty-gritty that got them there. Tune into No Milk No Sugar to keep it real — without the sugar coating. To learn more or recommend a speaker, visit the podcast page.