Daniele-Jocelyne Otou is on a mission to impart change and social innovation, two topics that are at the forefront of people's minds in the wake of recent events. In this episode, Daniele explains racial trauma and how challenging it is to heal the wounds when they continuously occur. She candidly shares her reality as a black woman, the social and professional barriers people of colour face, and the hard work that lies ahead for allies seeking to make long lasting change, from the inner work to the workplace.
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