Menttium Matters

This week our conversation with Shunda Robinson looks at the power of intentional conversations in responding to the need for organizations to address race, equity, and inclusion differently than they have in the past. Sharing the insights and wisdom she’s gained from a career that has led to her current role as Global VP, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Shunda explains why “DEI work can’t be just what we say, it has to be what we do. It has to be who we are in the hallways and offices of our organization every single day.” Shunda describes the powerful and transformative company-wide conversations she facilitated in the wake of George Floyd’s murder. She highlights the importance of finding your voice, as well as the voice of ally-ship. Shunda also shares her 3 habits of success, which got her to where she is today.

Video Segments: 

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Shunda Robinson, Global Vice President, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at GM Financial shares her perspective on how to DEI is a transformation of hearts and minds.

Talking about race at work

Shunda Robinson, Global Vice President, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at GM Financial explains the importance of talking about race in the workplace.

Get comfortable being uncomfortable

Shunda Robinson, Global Vice President, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at GM Financial and Menttium Mentor talks about the importance of being comfortable with the uncomfortable.

Find your voice early and for others

Shunda Robinson, Global Vice President, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at GM Financial shares the importance of finding your voice early in your career and not just for the benefit of yourself, but to be an ally for others.