CELESTE WARREN

“Diversity, equity, and inclusion have the ability to transform culture, drive business results, and improve lives around the world.

When people feel valued and empowered, they are able to innovate and make amazing things happen.”

CELESTE WARREN

“Diversity, equity, and inclusion have the ability to transform culture, drive business results, and improve lives around the world.

When people feel valued and empowered, they are able to innovate and make amazing things happen.”

Recognized by many organizations including: Black Enterprise’s “Top Executives in Global Diversity and Inclusion,” Savoy Magazine’s “Most Influential Women in Corporate America,” and Diversity Global Magazine’s “Influential Women in Global Diversity,” Celeste’s articles on diversity, equity, and inclusion have been featured in numerous national and global publications and she has had the opportunity to speak at various events across the world.

How to be A Diversity and Inclusion Ambassador

With a proven framework for how anyone—from the CEO to a frontline employee—can play a role in creating a diverse and welcoming workplace, this book is the How to Be an Anti-Racist for corporate America.

3 Tips For Young Women of Color In Corporate America

During a recent business trip, I stopped in to visit my god-daughter who was attending one of the local universities. As we sat and talked about her life at school, her classes, and her friends, I became excited for her and the opportunities that lie ahead of her....

My leadership journey started at home

Note: This article was first published at SmartBrief on Leadership. Leaders come in different shapes, sizes and from different places. Not everyone came into the workplace, took a few management and leadership training programs, and then overcame the organizational...

Mentoring Through a Lens of Diversity and Inclusion

We all understand the important role that mentoring plays in strengthening the workforce within companies.  Mentoring provides an opportunity to cultivate strong leaders and professionals within the organization.  So I don’t appear to be presumptuous,...

Implications for Diversity and Inclusion as We Return to the Office

I won’t forget March of 2020. Never in my wildest dreams did I think we would be living in a world where we had to take shelter at home, shut down offices and for most of us, work virtually from our basements, attics, living rooms, bedrooms, and kitchen tables. We...

Learning from the past to impact our future

On May 25, 2020, many people’s paradigms shifted. For many, there was a realization that many people did not have the same experiences as they had. They realized that in some communities, life had handed down some harsh realities that seemed unfair and unjust.   For...