This Sunday, be sure to catch this week’s Our World With Black Enterprise. The episode includes two executives sailing the high seas of corporate America; Orlando Ashford is the president of Holland America Line; and Carnival Cruise’s CEO Arnold Donald.
Ashford explains why it’s his personal mission to bring diversity back to both the corporate boardroom and the C-suite. And Donald provides insight into navigating corporate challenges in a conversation with the CEO of Black Enterprise.
Other great segments—why diversity is king in the nonprofit world; plus, a profile of a Detroit-based surgeon prescribing a success guide to help young people find careers in STEM.
You will also want to catch Women of Power TV, also airing this Sunday. On this episode, Black Enterprise sits down with Gale King, senior vice president and chief administrative officer, at Nationwide Insurance. King is included on Black Enterprise’s latest Most Power Executives in Corporate America list.
Also, the show looks back at a past Black Enterprise Women of Power Legacy honoree, Cathy Hughes. Hughes is, of course, the media entrepreneur and dynamo who founded media company Radio One.
And Andrea Williams, the commissioner of the Big Sky Conference—a collegiate athletic conference affiliated with NCAA Division I member in all sports—shares how her administration is helping students balance sports with other areas of their lives. In another segment, it may seem trivial but it isn’t: How proper dining etiquette can help you get ahead in business.
Find out the exact time and station each show is airing in your area here.