For some people, giftedness and talents are squirreled away in moments of scarcity, secrecy and privacy. For others giftedness and talents are to be shared freely with the world. On today’s show we celebrate the latter with very special people who really want to make a difference in the world.
Living a life of comfort wasn’t enough for our first guest. She’s gone on to start advocacy groups for women, was the Ambassador to Austria under the Clinton Administration and wrote a memorable musical piece during a personal transition in her life.
That’s Swanee Hunt, a philanthropic globe trotter whose musical composition, The Witness Cantata will be performed this Sunday here in Boston. With Swanee is Rev. Dr. Gloria White Hammond, a driving force who empowers women from Sudan to South Boston.
And we’ll pay tribute to diversity pioneer Dr. Roosevelt Thomas, Jr. who recently died suddenly in his home in Atlanta. Joining me to discuss his expansive life work is Mary-Frances Winters, and well respected diversity professional whose longtime membership in the Diversity Collegium provides the perspective of why Dr. Thomas mattered so much in the field of diversity and inclusion.
A very special show with very gifted people who are making a difference in this world.
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