Freedom Bound

December 20, 2016
Few societies in modern history have been more invested in the social construct of race than the United States. The perpetuation of race-based chattel slavery in a nation founded on radical notions of individual freedom fueled enduring, albeit simplistic, dualities around the concepts of “black” and “white” in American law and culture. Although a gruesome

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A CFO Success Story: Vinay Mehra, CFO of POLITICO

December 19, 2016 By Samuel Dergel
The following is from an interview with Vinay Mehra. Vinay became CFO of POLITICO in November 2015. Previously, Mehra served as Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer of the PBS/NPR media organization WGBH, as announced in CFO Moves. This interview was edited for clarity. Samuel: You’ve embarked on a new role. Why is this exciting for you? Vinay: The

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More Than a Sound Bite

By Lee Pelton, President of Emerson College
When Martin Luther King was shot down, America lost perhaps its most effective prophet and server of the community. His commitment to social justice, his struggle for dignity and respect for all people — no matter their circumstances or hues — has made our America a better place to live. His was a message of

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Bennie Wiley at The Partnership, Inc.

By Laura Morgan Roberts and Victoria W. Winston

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Next Gen Executive

August 11, 2015
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Next Generation Executive

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C-Suite Culmination

    Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh spoke at the holiday reception C-Suite Conversation, sponsored by John Hancock. Also pictured: Daniel Arrigg Coh, Mayor Walsh’s Chief of Staff; Brooks Tingle, SVP of John Hancock and Board Member; Ralph Martin, Board Chair; Carol Fulp, President and CEO of the Partnership, Inc.;  and James Gallagher How to Make Cyndi Lauper Halloween

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