Cecilia B. Loving, is the Deputy Commissioner/Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer
Diversity and inclusion Officer, for the New York City Fire Department. She a D/I leader who has been responsible for creating and deploying D/I strategy, improving the infrastructure to support the strategy, and ensuring that the organization’s foundational principles of inclusiveness and diversity are integral to all of its internal and external policies, work and practices. She is also an accomplished author.
October 16th, 2020 | Season 2 | 40 mins 25 secs
Inclusion is defined as the action or state of including or of being included within a group or structure. We are familiar with that right?
On the playground, everyone gets picked to be on the team. Sucks to be picked last.
At home, older siblings are required to include their younger siblings. Spouses or lovers are reminded by national holidays to include one another.
At work, there are affinity groups, conferences, workshops and on a government level, affirmative action policies for the places we work, and the institutions in which we are educated include to include diverse persons.