Creating an effective diversity, equity, and inclusion plan that provides opportunities for all requires thoughtful consideration, an authentic commitment to follow through, and measurable action items. An important component of a successful corporate DEI initiative is a focus on racial equity, which involves understanding and reevaluating current policies through the lens of those who have been traditionally underrepresented due to race.

Jocelyn Corbett is the Director of Corporate Racial Equity at PolicyLink, an experienced changemaker and cross-sector leader working to provide guidelines and standards for more robust and impactful DEI policies in the private sector. At this Virtual Gathering, Jocelyn will share her experience with programmatic initiatives that focus on ways for everyone to participate in an equitable economy and create thriving workplaces. She will explain racial equity and its importance in corporate DEI and ESG efforts, explore common pitfalls and opportunities when advancing racial equity at your company, ensure a Conscious Culture for all employees, as well as preview upcoming corporate performance standards that can be adopted for maximum impact and progress.

Jocelyn Corbett

Director, Corporate Racial Equity, PolicyLink


Jocelyn is committed to advancing racial equity in the private sector. Trained as a cross-sector leader through Coro’s Fellowship in Public Affairs, she has worked across nonprofit, for-profit, and movement spaces in pursuit of economic equity. Prior to joining PolicyLink, Jocelyn managed the chapter network of Certified B Corporations across the United States and Canada and led B Lab’s first impact improvement initiative to advance equitable and inclusive business practices across North America. She is thrilled to marshal that experience into developing corporate performance standards on racial and economic equity, which have the power to change the way business is done. Jocelyn sits on the board of Food Culture Collective. She lives in Durango, CO, and travels to Oakland, CA whenever she possibly can.

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