BMP 011 Systemic Racism In Business
Systemic racism has created headlines lately. This week, Brent Richardson interviewed a mentor of his who happens to be a Black VP at Texas Instruments.
Systemic racism keys discussed
- First, Hubie shares his upbringing in New York.
- In addition, Hubie explains how Florida State University prepared him for the cultural diversity of Texas Instruments.
- Then, Hubie defines why Americans don’t like talking about systemic racism.
- Next, Hubie breaks down the internal dialog we go through when a race issue makes headlines.
- Moreover, Hubie explains the three things corporations can and should be doing right now.
- Finally, Hubie explains the value of diversity and why companies should care.
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Vice President of Worldwide Semiconductor Quality at Texas Instruments
Hubie Payne has been with Texas Instruments for over 20 years. He now works as the Vice President of Worldwide Semiconductor Quality. In this role, he oversees a team of more than 1,000 global employees in the U.S., Germany, China, Taiwan, Japan, Philippines, Malaysia, Korea, Mexico, and Scotland. In addition, Hubie is a skilled public speaker and motivational speaker who often delivers presentations about strategy, leadership, and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) to business entities, customers, universities, charities, and more.
Business Minutia Podcast
Brent Richardson is the owner, operator, and interviewer for Business Minutia. He has worked in an international engineering company since 2000. During that time, he has also served as a youth pastor and worked for a non-profit both as an adventure travel leader on youth pilgrimages and as a board member. He believes that the training he has received in leading volunteers has helped him in the corporate world as well.
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