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Resilience of Health & Health Equity

One of the biggest takeaways from a year of isolation, disruption, tragedy and distraction is just how well we fared through it all. To say that people have been resilient is an understatement. Recent events in Minneapolis and other parts of our nation have underscored the importance of accountability, while emphasizing how central health and well-being …

From Reckoning to Reconciliation…Considerations for Meaningful and Transformative Relationships in the Era of Social Justice

One year into the pandemic, the wave of attacks against the Black American and AAPI communities and the persistence of health inequities and disparities continue. For some, it took a worldwide health crisis to shine a light on such injustice. For others, it has only served as a stark reminder of the traumatic realities of racism and the …

The New (Ab) Normal: Remaining Relevant Amidst Crises

At W2O, we define corporate Relevance as being thought about, sought out, talked about, engaged with and believed in among your stakeholders. Relevance is attuned to cultural, societal, political urgency and currency with organizations that reflect consistent, persistent, clear, and often bold stands that invite dialogue, discussion, debate and action. Given the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic …

Corporate Relevance in the Age of Social Unrest

In “Their Eyes Were Watching God,” renowned African American author Zora Neale-Hurston writes, “There are years that ask questions and years that answer.” Six months in, 2020 has proven to be the year of seismic questions that are poised to trigger significant change. The murder of George Floyd, coupled with the protests of the past …

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