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2016 Women of Color Leadership Conference: Tech, Women & Diversity
July 06, 2016

Rajkumari Neogy, summarized the fireside chat with Archambeau’s recommendations, “take risks, get a cheerleader, build a community, take risks!”

5 Rockstar Women to Catch at WITI 2016
June 03, 2016

Too often, people hesitate to put themselves at the center of tough conversations about diversity. Rajkumari doesn’t. Her talk will help you push past diversity as a buzzword, challenging you to take on effective diversity and inclusion efforts.

Closing the Diversity Gap in STEM
Mar 09, 2016

We need to create an environment of inclusion that’s not just simply talking about diversity – it’s really about asking: How do we create paths of inclusion for everyone?

Diversity Rules
Feb 09, 2016

Neogy took some time out from her career, spent two months on a beach in Asia thinking about [the pain of exclusion], and began researching and writing about pain and exclusion.

Finding Help of the Journey to Self-Awareness
February 9, 2017

If you are committed to living a more authentic and fulfilling life, it starts with a solid foundation of self-awareness. To achieve this will require you to be curious and vulnerable.

Below are articles where Rajkumari was mentioned or quoted.

Looking at inclusion through the lens of exclusion
March 23, 2017

We all have needs. The problem arises when we feel that a particular need is unmet. When this happens, we then employ behaviors to address the pain of the unmet need.

The Modern Man's Brain
April 20, 2017

Rajkumari summarized this concept when coaching her executive clients, “It is always more efficient to be in a relationship with someone, rather than to be right.”

The Best Advice We Heard at Culture Summit 2017
August 21, 2017

Diversity, explains Neogy, is a mixture of belonging and inclusivity. They might sound the same, but the difference is that belonging refers to the ability to create a safe space for yourself, whereas inclusivity refers to the ability to create a safe space for others. Both are equally important.