Rha and Deepa were brought together over 5 years ago. Deepa was a “first” Senior Partner at a Big 4. Rha left corporate America and the chemical industry as an “only” two decades ago to focus on helping leaders find their passion, purpose and calling. Deepa has spent years focusing on women’s leadership and inclusion strategies to help women of color navigate corporate structures. Rha has helped hundreds of high impact leaders realize they can work in ways that honor their values and uplift new definitions of power, profitability and success.
Together, they have discovered that there is a collective untapped power that WOC have yet to harness and leverage.
Deepa is a Diversity, Inclusion and Equity leader and she speaks extensively about race and gender issues. Deepa is currently writing a book with Harper Business called Inclusion Delusion focused on new concepts of power to help WOC rise. She is a WAPPP Fellow at Harvard Kennedy School where she concentrates on research and strategies to combat systemic racism in corporate structures. Deepa has been featured at national conferences and in publications like Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Huffington Post, and Harvard Business Review. Deepa was a senior Partner at Deloitte where she spent over 20 years working with clients in the Telecom and Tech sectors. She also helped grow Deloitte's Social Impact Practice and she served as a National Managing Partner of Inclusion and the Managing Partner of WIN, Deloitte's globally renowned Women's Initiative.
Rha is the entrepreneurial soul coach behind hundreds of breakthrough changemakers, cultural visionaries and social entrepreneurs. From multiple NY Times Bestsellers to multi-million dollar social enterprises, Rha’s unique methodology has empowered a new generation of conscious entrepreneurs to stay true, get paid, and do good. Her work has been featured in Time Magazine, Ms Magazine, Variety, Essence, the Source, Redbook, Forbes, Fast Company and the Chicago Tribune, among others. As a sought-after speaker, Rha has led the conversation around a “whole self” approach to entrepreneurship as key to a more just, harmonious and sustainable economy and culture. Rha’s book, The Calling (St. Martin’s Press) is a step by step blueprint for finding your purpose and making your most profitable contribution.
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