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We are people3. And these are the conversations that help people better understand people and navigate people differences.


November 14, 2023

In our panel discussion, people3 will bring in experts to tackle the pressing challenges affecting transgender individuals within organizations. They will share valuable insights on effective strategies, best practices, and critical data related to supporting transgender employees. Panelists will also illuminate recent policy changes affecting transgender rights in the workplace, and explore the intersection of mental health and the transgender experience in organizations.

Conversations in Religious Diversity

December 7, 2022

It’s more important than ever to be cognizant of the different holidays, practices, and religious celebrations that occur year-round, both globally and nationally. Our panelists share how we can be more mindful of religious and cultural practices in our day-to-day workplace experiences. We also explore some of the many religious and cultural holidays honored globally, how they are observed, as well as how to navigate conversations about religion to create culturally inclusive workplaces.
Conversations in HERstory

March 24, 2022

When the topics of gender equality and equity in the workplace arise, conversations often include comments exclaiming, “how far women in the U.S. have come” and how there is less of a gender equity issue in the workplace. Although women in the U.S. experienced more struggles 50 years ago, systemic inequities still present family and professional challenges for women, including unequal pay and gender bias in hiring.

Conversations in Black: Where are We Now?

February 17, 2022

In 2021, during what some would call America’s Racial Reckoning, people3 brought together a panel of Black DEI professionals to discuss the Black experience in America. Now, one year later, we invite you to continue the discussion with Conversations in Black: Where Are We Now? People3 wants to continue the conversation around diversity, equity, and inclusion and what it means to be Black in the workforce.

Conversations in Native American Culture: Reflections on the Indigenous Experience in the United States

November 18, 2021

Native American unemployment exceeds 40% in the U.S. and 1 in 3 Native Americans are living in poverty, with a median income of $23,000 a year. Despite longstanding adversities, Native American and indigenous people in the US have remained resilient and found strength in community and tribal determination.

Conversations in Experience: Reflections on the Hispanic and Latinx Experience in the United States

September 30, 2021

While the Hispanic and Latinx community has made many impactful contributions to U.S. society and culture, many experience discrimination daily. Four out of ten Hispanic and Latinx individuals report experiencing criticism for speaking Spanish publicly and have been victims of xenophobic rhetoric.

Conversations in Color: Reflections on the LGBTQIA Experience in America

June 23, 2021

Fifty-two years after the Stonewall Riots, members of the LGBTQ community are still actively working for fully recognized civil rights and protections in the United States. We invite you to join our panel discussion focused around LGBTQIA experiences and the lens through which they experience social, personal, and work spaces.


May 27, 2021

In the backdrop of the global pandemic, the world witnessed events that seemingly happened only in the shadows to members of a community that has historically been erased, scapegoated, marginalized, and attacked. In this virtual event, we amplify voices and discuss the impact of the last year on the personal and professional lives of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the U.S.

Conversations in Black: Reflections on the Black Experience in America

February 25, 2021

This past year has been both difficult and beautiful in a myriad of ways. In the midst of a global pandemic, the world had an uninterrupted view into the lives and fears that Black people face daily. In the midst of this trauma. In this virtual event, we discuss these social changes and the impact on the personal and professional lives of Black Americans.