DR. TINA OPIE is an associate professor of management, and an award-winning teacher and researcher, author, consultant, and speaker. She is the founder and chief vision officer of Opie Consulting Group LLC, where she advises large firms in the financial services, entertainment, media, beauty, educational, and healthcare industries. Her research has been published in multiple, peer-reviewed academic journals and has appeared in such outlets as O Magazine, Essence Magazine, Business Insider, The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, and Harvard Business Review, among others. She is also a regular commentator on Greater Boston’s NPR affiliate television station WGBH and on Harvard Business Review’s Women at Work podcast. Dr. Opie’s podcast episode “Lead with Authenticity” was selected as one of HBR’s Most Influential and Innovative articles from HBR’s first century. When organizations are tired of having their butts kicked by culture, diversity, equity, and inclusion they have Dr. Opie speak to their organizations. She helps unearth blind spots within individuals and organizations and makes the path toward equity clearer for all. Dr. Opie’s, Shared Sisterhood: How to Take Collective Action for Racial and Gender Equity at Work was selected by Forbes Magazine as a Best Business Book of 2022. For groups of 5,000 to 50, talent to C-Suite, her insights on equity, inclusion, allyship, and more by helping teams develop critical leadership skills. She is the culture and DEI whisperer, able to break concepts down into easy-to-understand nuggets that translate into productive change. Visit Dr. Tina’s website at www.DrTinaOpie.com to learn more and to join her email community.