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EY's Nicole Felix: Diversity is About Strength Through Differences

​Nicole Felix, Assistant Director in the Americas Inclusiveness Center of Excellence at EY, talks about what diversity means to her and why she co-founded a financial literacy and entrepreneur program for middle-school students and their parents.

Nicole Felix is an Assistant Director in the Americas Inclusiveness Center of Excellence at EY where she is responsible for maintaining an environment that respects and builds on the assets and talents of EY professionals. She was previously the Lead Diversity and MBA Recruiter for the West Region and has been with EY for 12 years. Prior to joining EY, Nicole was a Corporate Relations Manager with INROADS, Inc. and a Senior Financial Analyst in the financial services and healthcare industries.

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EY's Tony Jordan: 'Donating Time Can Make A Tremendous Difference'

Tony Jordan, Senior Partner at EY, talks about how mentors and sponsors helped him in his career, gives advice on how to become a high potential and the benefits of serving on a not-for-profit board.

Tony Jordan is a senior partner in the Boston office of EY where he specializes in forensic accounting investigations, issues surrounding Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and general business-related disputes. He has extensive litigation consulting, forensic accounting and auditing experience; is a certified public accountant; and has been providing financial consulting advice to clients for over 20 years.

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EY's Innocent Shumba: 'We All Need Sponsors'

Innocent Shumba, Assurance Partner in EY's Technology Industry practice, talks about growing up in Zimbabwe and how he got interested in accounting, how mentors and sponsors helped him in his career and five things high potentials should avoid.

Innocent Shumba is an Assurance Partner in EY's Technology Industry practice with over 14 years of experience serving private and publicly held high-technology companies, ranging from fast growing pre-IPO entities to large multinational firms.

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All Access: EY Unplugged

In 2011, EY Unplugged was created to help the firm's ethnic minority new hires understand the unwritten rules of career building. The program has become an integral part of the onboarding experience for Black and Latino associates. DiversityInc explores the history of EY Unplugged and gets perspectives on the experience of going through the program.

By Alana Winns and Christian Carew

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Understanding Your Role as a Mentee

Yrthya Dinzey-Flores explains the importance of listening, giving back and building your personal brand, no matter how far along you are in your career.

SHANE NELSON: What advice can you give to folks that are new to their company on how they can adapt to the company's culture quickly?

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TIAA CEO Roger Ferguson: Validate the Trust a Mentor or Sponsor Has in You

Roger Ferguson gives insight on how mentors and sponsors can help you with your career.

Roger Ferguson is the President and CEO of TIAA. TIAA ranked No. 27 on the 2017 DiversityInc Top 50, up six spots from a year ago. The organization ranked on DiversityInc's Top 50 for the fifth consecutive year, due largely in part to Mr. Ferguson and his direct reports' strong, transparent and purposeful commitment to diversity and inclusion management. Mr. Ferguson chairs TIAA's executive diversity council, a group tasked with setting and carrying out the organization's diversity and inclusion strategy and holding key stakeholders accountable for results.

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The Power of ERGs, the Importance of Mentors, and Why It's a Good Idea to Just Be Yourself

Corey Anthony, AT&T's Chief Diversity Officer, discusses learning leadership skills throughout his career and picking up valuable insights from mentors along the way.

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TIAA CEO Roger Ferguson: Validate Trust That Mentors Have in You

TIAA President and CEO Roger Ferguson gives insights on how mentors and sponsors can help you with your career, how to stay on top of your game, and the importance of empathy.

Roger Ferguson is the President and CEO of TIAA. TIAA ranked No. 27 on the 2017 DiversityInc Top 50, up six spots from a year ago. The organization ranked on DiversityInc's Top 50 for the fifth consecutive year, due largely in part to Mr. Ferguson and his direct reports' strong, transparent and purposeful commitment to diversity and inclusion management. Mr. Ferguson chairs TIAA's executive diversity council, a group tasked with setting and carrying out the organization's diversity and inclusion strategy and holding key stakeholders accountable for results.

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Accenture's Michelle Gadsden-Williams: Be the Architect of Your Career Journey

Gadsden-Williams offers important advice for all women in navigating their careers.

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Michelle Gadsden-Williams leads Accenture's (No. 14 on the DiversityInc Top 50 Companies list) inclusion and diversity initiatives in North America.

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