2020 Senior Fellow and and Director of Public Affairs at Better.com
Our special guest moderator, Ramona Schindelheim, editor-in-chief of WorkingNation, speaks with Malcom Glenn about the cumulative impact of systemic inequity on Black workers. They discuss the challenges facing Black job seekers and how employers and policy makers can address those challenges in the short-term.
Labor Economist with ZipRecruiter
In the second episode of our Equitable Recovery series, Julia discusses the impact of COVID-19 on small businesses in the United States. Julia and Ramona Schindelheim, our special guest moderator and editor-in-chief at WorkingNation, examine the specific issues affecting minority owned small businesses, the impact on job creation, and solutions that will lead to an equitable recovery.
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Our Partner, Working Nation
We are proud to partner with WorkingNation to bring you this thought-provoking series. WorkingNation was founded to tell stories about solutions to the jobs skills gap that is threatening to disrupt our economy. They raise this critical issues to the level of a national discussion to reach people and entities who can effect change, to connect the dots for companies and communities looking for solutions to their own workforce issues, and to identify for workers and job seekers where the jobs of the future will be.
Ramona Schindelheim, our special guest moderator, is the editor-in-chief of WorkingNation. Ramona is an award-winning veteran journalist and currently oversees the editorial content at WorkingNation. She has worked for CNBC, ABC News, and the Wall Street Journal and been awarded two Emmys, two Peabodys, and two golden mics for investigative journalism. She is an Encore Public Voices Fellow and a passionate advocate for workforce equity.