Anti-Asian violence continues to proliferate and there is still so much work to be done with promoting AAPI inclusion and history initiatives. Helping AAPI staff feel safe in the workplace is one important component of that fight according to Farzana Nayani. Of multiethnic Filipina-Pakistani background, Farzana is a passionate advocate for the multiracial community. Through her coaching practice, she supports individuals to move towards healing, transformation, and achieving their full potential, in a culturally sensitive and grounded way. She also works with Fortune 500 corporations, public agencies, and nonprofit organizations as a consultant and trainer on DEI and employee engagement. Her expertise has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, DiversityInc, Parents magazine, NPR, the Washington Post, Marie Claire, and the LA Times.
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