- About The Book

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) are at the forefront of every organization worldwide. Executives and Chief Diversity Officers are working tirelessly to move the DEI needle. But what theoretically seems fairly simple is not. Many professionals are asking, "What can I do?"

Diversity Starts with You presents thought-provoking questions, and provides proven strategies of success for DEI. This book is compiled with 15 years of experience giving you a roadmap to become the change within your organization. Dr. Moore gives create a DEI Operating Plan with strategic objectives, initiatives, and core elements designed to recruit and retain diverse talent while bundling a sustainable approach to accountability and continuous improvement.

You will learn many new things and reinforce others, but this book is second-to-none with first-hand accounts of what it takes to drive for results. If you want to see change, you must understand that diversity really starts with you.

About The Author : Marlon Moore

Dr. Marlon Moore is the President of Marlon Moore Consulting, LLC. His mission is to change the world with practical, leading-edge solutions that foster innovative and equitable cultures, empower diverse talent, and elevate inclusivity through leadership. Dr. Moore assists organizations and diversity professionals with strategic objectives designed to create more diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplaces, communities, and societies.

Marlon earned a Bachelor's in Psychology from Virginia State University, a Master's in Psychology from Cleveland State University, and a Doctor of Philosophy in Organizational Leadership from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology.

As a nationally recognized Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) consultant, Dr. Moore has trained thousands of business professionals on the principles of DEI throughout New York, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Indiana, and Ohio. He has authored several articles for Savoy and Kaleidoscope magazines and received recognition from Black Enterprise Magazine, National Diversity Council, Disability Equality Index, Forbes, and Fortune 100.