Creating Vulnerable Spaces At Work with Natasha Miller Williams
About the episode
In this episode of Reimagining Company Culture, we’re chatting with Natasha Miller Williams, Head of Diversity & Inclusion at Ferrara USA. Recognized as one of the Top 100 Executive Leaders by Diversity MBA Magazine, Natasha is a key thought leader who has parlayed her love of mentorship and writing into commentary on career planning and guidance as a contributing writer for several career and lifestyle magazines.
About the guest
Natasha leads Ferrara’s diversity & inclusion strategy where she is responsible for implementing and monitoring programs to promote diversity as well as developing initiatives to foster an open and inclusive work environment. Prior to Ferrara, she was SVP of Diversity & Inclusion at Nielsen overseeing the strategic development & implementation of diversity & equity initiatives. Recognized as one of the Top 100 Executive Leaders by Diversity MBA Magazine, Natasha is a key thought leader. She has parlayed her love of mentorship and writing into commentary on career planning and guidance as a contributing writer for several career and lifestyle magazines. Natasha sits on the editorial board for Training Industry Magazine and the board of directors for the Village of Oak Lawn’s Chamber of Commerce. Natasha graduated from Northern Illinois University where she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing. She has an Executive Master of Business Administration degree from the Jack Welch Management Institute and lives in the Chicago area with her husband and their sons.
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