Indivisible: A Call for Ownership, Innovation, and True Inclusion

The topic of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) is a hot one today, and for good reason. In some circles, DEI efforts face backlash. More than half of workers in one Pew Research survey said they support an increase in DEI, others are neutral, and still others say DEI is a bad thing. And some companies are even eliminating DEI roles altogether. In her recent interview with Ramon Ray, Hamilton passionately shared insights into operationalizing DEI goals, moving from short-term gains to a long-term commitment, and the transformative power of embracing our interconnectedness. “What I want people to do is replace these subordinate lesser goals with a bigger goal — to be indivisible,” says Hamilton. “And what does that mean? It means that we have a deep, profound understanding of our interconnectedness.”