Episode Sixty-Four


"Build yourself so that you can be a resource for others, and also build a network of people who can support you."

Judithe reflects on her conversation and relationship with Amy Fulford, and more broadly the year in which it grew, 2018. She also wishes all of you a successful and happy 2019.

Add your voice to our conversation in the new year at http://inclusivus.org

Episode Sixty-Three


Owning Your Power, Recognizing Your Privilege - Building Personal Relationships with Judith Registre and Amy Fulford

When Amy founded enlightin 2005, she envisioned working with clients in a meaningful way and understood that a real partnership, not the typical consulting version, would help them create more value. She has helped clients reshape how they run the business by bringing input and insights that change the way they think about their business and industry. Amy understands different perspectives and involves people in being part of the solution. She’s able to look for commonalities among different ideas and finds ways to advance team thinking. She always has ideas but is ready to learn and adapt to every situation.

It’s that adaptation that forged her relationship with JuditheRegistre. She was drawn by the mission of Inclusivus and interested in growing that mission alongside Judithe. In this episode, we hear about the origins of that relationship, an outline of the next steps for Inclusivus and this partnership, as well as Amy’s unique perspective on power, privilege and personal relationships as the key to transformational societal change.

Learn more about Amy and enlight by visiting: https://enlightadvisors.com

And watch this site for more in 2019 from both these dynamic women.

Add your voice to our conversation today at http://inclusivus.org

Episode Sixty-One


To make an impact and have influence, “find kindred spirits with differing views.”

Kerry-Ann Reid-Brown of Carry On Friends

A life learner, storyteller, and founder of Carry On Friends, The Caribbean American Podcast, Kerry-Ann shares her story and experiences with Judithe Registre in this episode. From the unique challenges facing the Caribbean and those that originate from the islands, to the experience of producing high-quality audio to share that life and culture with the world, Kerry-Ann is the sort of voice we seek to amplify in our efforts to expand the narratives of our human experience.

‘When you see representation of yourself, you see what is possible.” –Kerry-Ann Reid-Brown

Carry On Friends is committed to equipping the world with diverse multidimensional perspectives of the Caribbean American experience. Kerry-Ann’s platform offers content that informs and inspires deeper understanding in building meaningful careers, strong brands, and businesses. Such resources enable the creation of transformative narratives of the Caribbean people in the diaspora and at home in the Caribbean region.

To find out more about Kerry-Ann and Carry On Friends, visit her site: http://www.carryonfriends.com/

Let us know what you think about this conversation by adding your voice at inclusivus.org

Episode Sixty


This long-awaited episode marks the return of the Get InPowered Podcast as Judithe responds to the message and work of Keshet Bachan-Dovrat highlighting the importance of putting anger or frustration into action, instead of letting it calcify.

Judithe also shares the latest info on her own journey and where the Get InPowered Community is headed next.

Don't forget to share the show with colleagues and friends and visit us next week for an all new episode featuring Kerry-Anne Reid-Brown at Inclusivus.org

Episode Fifty-Nine

Episode Fifty-Nine

Keshet Bachan says she's been a "practicing feminist" for around 14 years, but the seed of gender equality has been in her soul from the start. Originally born in Israel, Keshet now focuses on Diversity@Work a mission driven consulting firm she founded in May of 2018 to drive diversity, gender equality and inclusion.