Episode Topic:

Inclusion has become a buzzword but what does organizational inclusion really mean in 2021.

In this week's episode, CMA’s David Ciullo hosts Jodi Detjen, author of the new book The Next Smart Step: How to Overcome Gender Stereotypes and Build a Stronger Organization.

Jodi and David discuss immediate actions you can take to make it a reality in your organization. 
This Week's Guest
Jodi is an accomplished organizational consultant and educator with a foundation in operational change management. Her mission is to help organizations leverage their talent strategically by increasing inclusion as soon as possible.

In addition to being Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Orange Grove Consulting, Jodi is a Clinical Professor of Management and Academic MBA Program Director at Suffolk University, Boston, MA. She has worked in organizational development for over 25 years transforming the way people work at small and large companies. Jodi designs top-tier women’s leadership training for clients that include Skillsoft and Linkage. She has consulted and run workshops for clients such as Accenture, Microsoft Partners, Dimension Data, and Oracle.

She is a highly sought-after speaker and writer for organizations that include Bright Horizons, Society of Women Engineers, Harvard University, Smith College, Lean In, and Brandon Hall Group. She is the co-author of two books: The Orange Line: A Woman’s Guide to Integrating Career, Family, and Life and The Next Smart Step: How to Overcome Gender Stereotypes, published February 9, 2021.

Jodi earned her B.Sc. in Management Science from Virginia Tech and her MA in International Development Policy from Duke University. She is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Business Administration at Temple University. She is an active member of many women’s advocacy organizations among them, the Geena Davis Women in Media and the Boston Club.
The show will air on
Saturday 5/22/21 at 10am
on News Talk WLOB 1310 AM and 100.5 FM
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David Ciullo

David Ciullo is the CEO of Career Management Associates (CMA), www.cmacareer.com, a New England HR services organization. He is also a HR thought leader, speaker and emcee as well as the talk show host and owner of the HR Power Hour national radio show ( www.hrpowerhour.com )

David currently serves as a Member of the Maine State Civil Service Appeals Board. He also is on the Board and Past President of both HRASM (Human Resource Association of Southern Maine) and the IFOB (Maine Institute for Family-Owned Business). In addition, he serves as Vice President on the Board of NNEAPS (Northern New England Association of Personnel Services
Tawny Alvarez

Tawny prides herself on helping clients comply with the law while simultaneously creating an amazing place to work.

She centers her practice on the understanding that the employment landscape is ever-changing and organizations do not have the time or resources to keep abreast of all these changes-from medical (and recreational) marijuana's effect on drug testing to the effect of social networking in the workplace, including the effect of the use of mobile devices on wage and hour issues. 





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