The Underrepresented Advocacy Experience

Underrepresented individuals often unfairly shoulder a more significant amount of the burden for changing corporate environments. This starts as advocating for community issues and ends with underrepresented individuals leading committees, educating senior leaders, or even holding the role of chief diversity officer, hoping and praying for influential sponsorship to enact corporate change.


The term invisible labor has long been used to describe unrecognized work in a corporate environment. Examples include the work women do in being inordinately responsible for office social events and celebrating ...

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