Jana Babatunde-Bey, entrepreneur and philanthropist, recently participated in a panel discussion titled “The Diversity Bonus: How Great Teams Pay Off in the Knowledge Economy.” The event was hosted by the Harvard Business School Club of New York and focused on the benefits of diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
Babatunde-Bey was one of the featured panelists, sharing her own experiences and insights on the importance of diversity and inclusion in building successful teams. She discussed the challenges and opportunities that come with creating a diverse workforce, and offered tips and strategies for companies looking to build more inclusive cultures.
“I was honored to be part of such an important discussion about the value of diversity in the workplace,” said Babatunde-Bey. “As someone who has worked to promote diversity and inclusion throughout my career, I know firsthand how important it is for companies to embrace these values and build teams that reflect the communities they serve.”
The panel discussion was part of a larger initiative by the Harvard Business School Club of New York to promote diversity and inclusion in the workplace. The organization hosts a variety of events and programs throughout the year, including panels, workshops, and networking opportunities, to support this mission.
“We are grateful to Jana Babatunde-Bey for sharing her expertise and insights with our members,” said Laxmi Bhojwani, President of the Harvard Business School Club of New York. “Her contributions to the panel discussion were invaluable, and we know that our members gained a lot from her insights.”
Babatunde-Bey’s participation in the panel discussion reflects her ongoing commitment to promoting diversity and inclusion in all aspects of society. As an entrepreneur and philanthropist, she has worked tirelessly to support underrepresented communities and to create opportunities for people from all backgrounds to succeed.
For more information about Jana Babatunde-Bey and her work, please visit her website. To learn more about the Harvard Business School Club of New York and its initiatives, please visit their website.