We are Jackye Clayton and Katee Van Horn- two diversity, equity, & inclusion peeps who love both what we have in common, and what makes us different. During the day we use our superpowers to block bias and end systemic racism within companies and create equitable places to work.
We are also BFFs who have tough conversations about our different lived experiences. And we hold nothing back! Launched in 2020, the Inclusive AF Podcast is a place where you get to hear real, authentic, and sometimes tough discussions on issues that are important to various communities. We will also bring in cool friends to share their insights on issues facing underrepresented groups and how to make a difference in the diversity, equity, and inclusion space. You are invited to listen in on our talks and join the conversation!
We are all about being Inclusive AF on each episode and ask you to do the same when you take our lessons to your own communities. Thank you for listening!
Sept. 15, 2021
In this episode, Katee and Jackye speak to Dr. Aysha Khoury, an esteemed professor who lost her job after being asked to talk about inequities in medical care for people of color. The story is tough to hear but we need to li…
Sept. 1, 2021
In this episode, Katee and Jackye talk about how to earn the trust of your employees. Trust is needed to have diversity, equity, and inclusion conversations that are honest. There has to be mutual trust to have tough convers…
Aug. 25, 2021
Jackye and Katee talk money in this episode, and water bottles and cough drops. Sexy stuff, we know! The episode digs into how to think about charging for your expertise when you are a speaker, panelist, and/or consultant. P…
Aug. 18, 2021
I mean... we both have new puppies so we needed to start off by discussing the fun of our new family members. But then we actually get to workplace harassment and how that is impacting Activision Blizzard. This story is horr…
Aug. 11, 2021
In this episode, Katee flies solo to talk to Wil Shelton, author of "Silent Agreement" which relates the corporate experience for people of color to a boxing ring. The book and the stories from Wil shed some light on the sil…
Katee Van Horn is an HR strategist and international keynote speaker focused on global Inclusion, Diversity and Belonging (IDB). She is a former VP of Engagement & Inclusion for GoDaddy, a Fortune 500 company, where she helped build a truly special IDB culture. She now leads VH Included Consulting & Coaching, focusing on partnering with global organizations to strengthen their cultures. She sits on the Multicultural Advisory Board for One Community AZ and is an Industry Advisor for Hitch Works. She is particularly interested in moving underrepresented groups into leadership to achieve IDB goals. Katee is also the co-host of the Inclusive AF podcast, where she discusses diversity, equity and inclusion topics.
Katee leads organizational IDB initiatives through strategic planning, leadership capability building, management development, succession planning, talent management and individual coaching. Innate ability to quickly assess the organization, leadership, and individual development needs and create appropriate and operative solutions.
As the Diversity Equity and Inclusion Strategist at SeekOut, an AI-powered recruiting software company Jackye Clayton assists leading companies and senior Talent Acquisition teams develop international diversity sourcing and recruitment strategies that help them increase the number of underrepresented employees and leaders. Her goal is to change the world through training, developing, and implementing inclusionary, efficient, and creative customized recruiting strategies. Her experience spans recruiting for Experience recruiting across a diversity of industries including Technology, HR, Legal, Finance and Operations.
With acclaimed expertise in diversity and inclusion, recruitment technology, and a global network of non-profit, human resource, and recruiting professionals, Jackye Clayton is a servant leader, uniquely inspirational speaker, and revered thought leader.