Ep2: Cultural Edgewalkers with Kesinee Angkustsiri Yip

In this episode of Inclusion at Scale, our host Kristin Ekkens, engages in a discussion with Kesinee Angkustsiri Yip, a Senior Communications Consultant at Cisco, a board member of the Asian Women's Shelter and a founding member of Exponential Inclusion’s Think Tank: Cultural Edgewalkers.

The conversation revolves around 'cultural edgewalking', a term that resonates with Kesinee as she shares her personal journey of adapting to different cultures and environments, especially after being relocated from Brooklyn to Bangkok at a young age. They explore the concept of cultural edgewalking as bridging gaps, fostering understanding, and driving change. Kesinee emphasizes the importance of deep listening, empathy, and withholding judgment in promoting diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging.

The discussion touches on challenges faced, lessons learned, and the energizing aspects of being a cultural edgewalker. Kesinee also reflects on her experience in the Exponential Inclusion Think Tank.

Don't miss this eye-opening conversation brought to you by Exponential Inclusion as we journey through the significance of fostering diversity, equity, inclusion, and a sense of belonging through key practices such as profound listening, empathy, and the intentional withholding of judgment.

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