The TJ Podcast: August 2022

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Written by Debbie Carter on 11 August 2022 in Podcast
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TJ’s editor Debbie Carter talks to diversity and inclusion specialist and transgender woman, Joanne Lockwood 

Joanne Lockwood believes that the world isn’t just black and white but rather a multitude of perspectives that all have value and by taking a narrow view of our world we miss so much.

In this interview she tells of her own identity journey to become a transgender woman, the reconciliation of family to this change, her new business and why diversity and inclusion is vital to organisations, communities, and families and why we must all be advocates of those seeking to ‘belong’.
 
To contact Joanne and find out more about what she does visit her LinkedIn page or follow on Twitter @jo_lockwood1965 

If you have something  new to share with the L&D community and would like to be part of TJ’s podcasts. Contact the editor Debbie Carter 

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