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Diversity Woman Media

1183 University Drive, Suite 105131
Burlington, NC 27215
Phone: 336-543-0644
Dr. Sheila Robinson, Publisher and Founder

Our business-focused editorial content is designed for women business leaders, executives, and entrepreneurs of all races, cultures, and backgrounds, who have unique interests and concerns. Diversity Woman is the only magazine on the market designed exclusively to help smart, savvy diverse and multicultural women leaders achieve their career and business goals.

Our business-focused editorial content is designed for women business leaders, executives, and entrepreneurs of all races, cultures, and backgrounds, who have unique interests and concerns. Diversity Woman is the only magazine on the market designed exclusively to help smart, savvy diverse and multicultural women leaders achieve their career and business goals. Each issue is brimming with insights from women business leaders and other experts who speak from real world experience, offering sage advice, information, and inspiration. 

Diversity Woman also plays a mentorship role. Both the magazine and Web site serve as a forum and membership directory to connect aspiring businesswomen directly with other women in leadership roles. 

Of course, Diversity Woman is more than a magazine—it is an integrated print, event, and online business focused on business and leadership development, mentoring, skill enhancement, and empowerment. So whether you want to learn, network, or just get inspired, you can do it all right here!

Expert Press Resource for Commentary on Workplace/Diversity issues for women, Gender leadership gap, Workplace Gender bias and Discrimination
Dr. Sheila Robinson, Diversity Woman Magazine
Developing women to advance in senior level and C-suite leadership roles. Work place/Diversity issues for women. The gender leadership gap. Discrimination and Gender bias. Workplace harassment.
These are the areas of expertise of Dr. Sheila Robinson, a diversity expert, speaker, DiversityWoman's Business Leadership conference organizer, coach and founder/publisher of Diversity Woman magazine, who is available as a press resource.
Consider Dr. Robinson as an expert who can speak on:
  • The Women's Leadership Gap / Glass Ceiling
  • Women of Color in the workforce / The Invisible Woman
  • Gender Bias & Discrimination in the workplace
  • Gender Equality / 100 Years is Too Long for Gender Equality
  • Other topics related to current issues
Dr. Robinson is available for on-air commentary, phone and email interviews, as a guest panelist as well as for internal training/presentations at media companies.
Dr. Sheila Robinson: Transformational Speaker, Publisher, Author.  Learn more at:
To connect with Dr. Robinson, please contact Lisa Skriloff, Multicultural Marketing Resources, Inc.212-242-3351,  lisa@multicultural.com.
Read on for more about Dr. Sheila Robinson and Diversity Woman Magazine:
Diversity Woman Magazine, ( www.diversitywoman.com), is the only magazine designed exclusively to help diverse and multicultural women achieve their career and business goals. The publication, website and events support employee retention, recruitment, women's leadership and executive development and is sold in Barnes & Nobles book stores nationwide and other specialty bookstores.
Dr. Sheila Robinson has more than 20 years of experience in corporate America in leadership roles ranging from project management to global marketing. While her roles were always challenging, they were never completely satisfying. Sheila realized that she, and many other women, were simply bypassed on the executive development track. As a result, she developed a passion for mentoring and leadership development for women, particularly women of ethnic backgrounds.
Dr. Robinson earned her Doctorate in Education from the University of Pennsylvania.  Her dissertation "Leadership Perspectives on Advancing Women to the C-Suite" results point to a dynamic set of factors that play a primary role in propelling aspiring women into the C-Suite. Her findings hold out empowering promise that women can not only identify and gain the tools they need to accomplish their C-Suite goals, but also actively pursue and cultivate these assets in a way that offers success in both life and career.
In her new book, "Your Tool Kit for Success: The Professional Woman's Guide for Advancing to the C-Suite," Dr. Robinson sets out to teach women of every race, culture, background, and affinity group how to become passionate leaders that can not only expand their own careers, but also enhance the businesses they will ultimately lead.  In this book Robinson draws from her dissertation research findings a set of interrelated and interdependent tools she categorizes as crucial for success:  Executive Traits, Preparation, Building Strategic Relationships and Creating Engaging Organizational Cultures.
Dr. Robinson is also the author of Lead By Example, a guide to leadership for today's businesswomen-corporate professionals and entrepreneurs.
Both books are available on Amazon.com
Her professional speaking topics include: Lead by Example; Lessons in Leadership; The Right Fit; Women of Color; Building Strategic Relationships; Engaging Organizational Cultures; Executive Traits; Various other Topics relevant to Professional Development and Leaders
To connect with Dr. Robinson, contact:
Lisa Skriloff
Multicultural Marketing Resources, Inc.

Business Type: Media-Print, Conferences & Seminars
Markets: African American Market,American Muslim Market,Asian American Market,Canadian Market,Cross Cultural Market,Disability Market,Eastern European Market,European Market,Filipino Market,General Market,Hispanic Market,Jewish Market,Latin American Market,LGBT Market,Men,Millennial Market,Multicultural Market,Native American Market,South Asian Market,Total Market,U.S. Emerging African Market,Vietnamese Market,Women’s Market,Women in Business Market,Youth/Teen Market
Industry Expertise: Government,Professional Services, Corporate and other private and public sectors
Services: Cause Related Marketing,Media,Multicultural Talent and Casting,Other

Number of employees: 4

Percent Minority Owned: 100%

Percent Woman Owned: 100%
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