“Society teaches racism to children
The Brand Called You brings you a diversity, equity, and inclusion facilitator from Boston, USA- Ms. Di Ciruolo. Di is the Head of Inclusion at Jambb. She is a mentor at the Boston Women’s Leadership Council and she is also an Author. Di takes us through her amazing professional journey and the work she does. She describes Jambb as a tech company that works with creators to create Nonfungible tokens. Her job is to make her team as inclusive as possible and work towards diversity, equity, and inclusion. She focuses her time and energy on expanding access to equity for all people.
Established biases in society:
Di also throws light on some very important issues like societal biases and the divides they form. She talks about the impact that these biases have on children from a very young age. She believes that the correct upbringing and teaching of inclusion from a very young age is an important role that parents need to play. She also shares the biases she has witnessed in different workplaces.
Ally up – a book about inclusion and societal divides:
Di also talks about her book, Ally up. A masterpiece that she has worked on since 2019. It is about actionable information to expand access to equity within workforces for all. Her book consists of interviews of several individuals and many footnotes for a detailed understanding of inclusivity.
She shares her journey from picking a topic that people said is “too narrow” to having it available for pre-ordering on Amazon Prime!
What makes Di, the successful woman that she is?
Di is highly driven by the core values of self-education, activism, and obviously, inclusion! She is inspired by strong and inspiring women like Beyoncé and Kamala Harris, and aspires to reach the peak of excellence every day.
Di Ciruolo, Head of Inclusion, Jambb
“Di (dye) Ciruolo is a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion facilitator based in the Boston area. She is Head of Inclusion for Jambb, a Boston area tech company. She has consulted extensively within the tech and STEM space, including educating leaders from the Fortune 500. She is a mentor with the Boston Women’s Leadership Council and focuses her time and energy on expanding access to equity for all people. Di is a graduate of the Massachusetts foster care system and spent years of her life between homelessness, poverty, and abusive placements. Now she has written a book “Ally Up” on actionable information to expand access to equity within workforces for all. Di teaches allyship classes on her website available at diciruolo.com. Di is married to her partner, Jay, and they have two fiery children.”