advertisement advertisement advertisement Last year was extremely tumultuous: a global pandemic that claimed the lives of hundreds of thousands of Americans, horrific acts of racial injustice that illustrated how far society is from reaching racial equity, and extreme political instability that further divided our country. With all of the pain and anguish experienced in 2020, the world was looking forward to 2021 and the fresh start that coincides with a new year. advertisement advertisement Unfortunately, that optimism was short lived. Less than one week into January, we witnessed atrocious acts of domestic terrorism when people stormed the US Capitol in an effort to undermine Democracy and stop the count of electoral votes. To make matters worse, their violent behavior was not met with brute force, like last summer’s BLM protestors, but rather met with light resistance. As the media continued to show footage of the siege, I could not focus on work as a CEO. I knew my team would be affected as well. My co-founder, Ryan Williams, and I realized that we needed to respond quickly, authentically, and to prioritize the well-being of our team over all else. Our response to crises was built upon what we learned from… Read full this story
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