How Slack Got Ahead in Diversity

By Jessica Nordell, The Atlantic (Source) – April 26, 2018 Last week, Slack, the company whose popular, plaid-themed messaging app has simplified office communications and introduced the custom-fox emoji into our daily routines, quietly released its 2017 diversity report. Such reports, which list statistics such as the percentage of women in management and underrepresented minorities […]

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Parkland Hospital Gives Training to Students

By Staff (Source) – April 16, 2018 A program at Parkland Hospital is giving hands-on training in health care for community college students. It’s called ‘Rise to Success.’ Brookhaven Community College student Ana Laureano’s future in health care involves a lot of talking as a medical interpreter. “We act as a shadow so we […]

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