Taylor Morrison is a quasi-creative, communicator, and a change agent. She leads employee engagement at a telematics startup by day, a brand strategy firm and an e-commerce shop by night, advocates for water and sanitation health in her spare time, and writes every moment in between.
In this episode, Taylor and I are chatting about the importance of diversity and representation across industries, the reasons that water and sanitation are women’s issues, and how to have hard conversations with people who have opposing views.
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When more people who don’t look like the typical c-suite are in the room, when you’ve got diversity, that’s when change starts happening on a larger scale.
My parents went to specific bookstores sometimes to make sure that I knew that black people could do different things and that it wasn’t just during February that we talked about them.
I’ve been more empowered to just ask questions. I feel like questions are the first step.