In this episode, I speak with Yolanda Jackson (Johnson) about the importance of marrying leadership with diversity, equity, and inclusion. Yolanda is the Founder and Executive Consultant of BeyondMeasure, LLC. She is described as a multi- dimensional, intrapreneurial leader having served the workforce for 30 years. Yolanda brings an astute understanding to workforce consulting through her experiences holding staff-, mid-, and senior-level positions within juvenile justice and nonprofit program development.
Yolanda is a proud graduate of Bowie State University, one of the 10 oldest historically black college & universities in the country. She holds a Master’s Degree in Organizational Leadership from Nyack College. A Certified Diversity Executive®, Yolanda is highly skilled in diversity, equity, and inclusion training facilitation and dialogue. She is a sought after thought leader and subject matter expert in nonprofit program development, leadership, community relations, multi-sector partnerships and corporate social responsibility programs. Yolanda’s career has afforded her the opportunity to work across the country with juvenile justice and child welfare professionals, the legal community, federal government agencies, and corporations such as Verizon, Capital One, Netflix, Merck, and Home Depot.
Yolanda’s signature summit and podcast, “Can You See Me: Women, Leadership, and Race”, highlights leaders of diverse races, creates space for dialogue, and inspires change within the workplace and community. Yolanda was awarded the American Business Women’s Association’s 2023 Top Ten Women. She currently serves as the Vice President of Membership for the Maryland Capital Chapter in Annapolis.
“True leadership makes room for everyone to utilize their gift and create sustainable impact.”
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