Blacks In Accounting
Was told I need to learn how to talk “white” by a principal today. If I wanted to succeed at the firm. Sad that we still can’t bring our full selves to work...
What is a good transition for a federal auditor who wants to consult business? No longer interested in government industry. I want to work in entertainment. (I am considering relocating to NY or LA)
Anyone else get frustrated when certain people don’t put toilet seat paper down when they’re in the bathroom? I think I’m the only person in my office that does it and I find it gross
Anyone in the Big 4, how stressful is it being a black senior, rather being the only person of color on your team?
Only attract to smart and successful black women but feels like they don’t want to settle down and push for later any idea of kids...and want the wedding (not mariage). Ladies, why you do this ?
Just turned 30, and I feel like I was in a box for yrs and I just want to escape for a moment. All the success seems to not make me happy. Does anyone else fell the same ?
Do any of you get kinda upset or annoyed when you realize you’re one of the only few people of color in your firm? I know I can’t be the only one
For those in NYC where do you go to meet woman? Without having to go get drinks? I don’t drink that’s why I said without drinks.
I find dating to be difficult because a lot of men are intimidated by a “successful business woman” and the notion that I likely make more money than them. Has anyone else felt like this? (Continued)
Is it bad of me to only either visit or live in a country where the majority voted Democrat? *pic of 2016 election
I feel like there’s a lack of inclusion in my office. We are finally diverse; but it feels like we’re hired, but not included. Specifically, lunch invites, client work and OOO events. Advice?
Thinking of Botham today. My expectations are unfortunately not very high, but I hope there’s justice.
When everybody at work becomes too comfortable with you and start voicing their frustration about black people because they don’t think you’re that black