Let Them See You: The Guide for Leveraging Your Diversity at Work

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Lorena Jones Books
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5.8 X 8.3 X 1.0 inches | 0.79 pounds

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About the Author

Porter Braswell is the CEO and co-founder of Jopwell, the leading career advancement platform for Black, Latinx, and Native American students and professionals. Porter is the author of Let Them See You and the host of the Harvard Business Review podcast Race at Work. He has been recognized as one of LinkedIn's "Top Voices" and "Next Wave, Top Professionals Under 35," Inc.'s "30 Under 30," Fast Company's "100 Most Creative People in Business," Crain's New York's "40 Under 40," Vanity Fair's "Future Innovators Index," Adweek's "Young Influentials," and Ernst & Young's "Entrepreneur of the Year New York Winner and National Finalist." He started his career at Goldman Sachs on the foreign exchange desk after graduating from Yale, where he was a three-year starter on the men's varsity basketball team.


"Porter Braswell gives a unique, insightful perspective on why diversity and inclusion is not just a moment but a movement. Understanding, discussing, and furthering this movement is imperative for all of us--regardless of our backgrounds--and doing so will continue to change the world for the better. So, yes, bring your whole self to every aspect of your life, including work, and let them see you."
--R. Matt Davis, former president of North America and senior vice president of corporate affairs, Dow Chemical Company

"Let Them See You is a must-read book for emerging and seasoned professionals who seek to bring their whole selves to work within a complex cultural landscape. Braswell's hands-on guide brings the movement mantra 'nothing about us, without us' to life with practical advice, solution-driven wisdom, and a call to action to create a workforce that uplifts the strength and power of the multitudes instead of a select few."
--Jamia Wilson, executive director and publisher, Feminist Press

"Malcolm Forbes once said that diversity is 'the art of thinking independently together.' This approach will become the norm in business as America continues to evolve into a country that does not have a single racial or ethnic majority. Let Them See You properly acknowledges that diversity is an invaluable asset."
--Jay Williams, ESPN analyst and former NBA player