Belonging at Work by Rhodes Perry
Rhodes Perry, MPA, believes in the power of authenticity at work. He puts this belief into practice by helping business leaders, change agents, and visionaries at all levels cultivate workplace cultures of belonging through his leadership & management consulting firm. He is an award winning social entrepreneur, best-selling author, and sought-after speaker. He is a nationally recognized LGBTQ thought leader with two decades of government and nonprofit experience having worked at the White House, PFLAG National, and the City of New York. Media outlets like The Wall Street Journal, The Associated Press, and The Huffington Post have featured his powerful work as a diversity, equity, and inclusion subject matter expert.
Rhodes also hosts a weekly podcast, The Out Entrepreneur, which has empowered over 35,000 LGBTQ and ally entrepreneurs pursue their professional passions and build the businesses of their dreams. Rhodes earned a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Gender Studies from the University of Notre Dame, and a Master of Public Administration from New York University. He spends his free time bicycling world-wide, hanging out with his family in Portland, Oregon, and serves on the Portland Human Rights Commission, the Portland Area Business Association’s Board, and the National Diversity Board for Studies Weekly.
Read more about Rhodes’ book below!
NYU Wagner School of Public Service: Voices of LGBTQ Business Leaders Amplified Thanks to NYU Wagner Alum
Total Engagement Consulting Blog: After Workplace Diversity and Inclusion Comes…BELONGING! Two Perspectives
Nonprofit Association of Oregon: Belonging at Work Everyday Actions You Can Take to Build an Inclusive Organization
University of Notre Dame: 30 Years of Gender Studies at the University: Ways of Seeing and Changing the World
You can also keep up with Rhodes and his writing by check out his podcast here: Let’s Podcast!
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