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Scaling Impact Through Women's Affinity Groups and Mentorship

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Steve Boese Trish McFarlane

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Scaling Impact Through Women's Affinity Groups and Mentorship

Hosts: Steve BoeseTrish Steed

Guest: Bettina Greene-Thompson, Co-Director of Corporate Marketing & Communication for Mental Health and Well-Being at Amazon

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Today, we spoke with Bettina Greene-Thompson about how Amazon has developed women's affinity groups to create a sense of community and inclusion.

- Creatiing women's affinity groups in the workplace

- The importance of mentorship

- How Amazon’s affinity groups and communities have influenced their accessibility efforts

- Advice for small companies who want to build their community

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