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Tracey Lam / Equity Conversations

Here’s our interview with Tracey Lam, the host of Equity Conversations.

Tracey is the Director of Programs and Communications at Partners in Diversity, a nonprofit that works with employers to enhance diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace. Her job is to create engaging content that educates member organizations on DEI best practices and innovative approaches, as well as programs that support professionals of color.

Learn more about Tracey and Partners in Diversity on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Instagram, and come meet Tracey at PodConf 2023!

Tracey Lam / Equity Conversations / PodConf

How many episodes have you published?


Describe your podcast in 2 or 3 sentences

Equity Conversations podcast features real conversations on issues related to diversity, equity, inclusion, and race. The podcast focuses on ideas, tools, and solutions to help make our workplace more equitable and inclusive. It is also a place to celebrate the unique experiences of our diverse communities.

Why did you start this podcast and what do you love about it?

I started this podcast because I wanted a place where I can explore DEI-related topics that aren’t top-of-mind using a platform that is nimble enough to quickly address hot-button issues.

Who is your target audience?

Open-minded people who want to change systems that have historically oppressed people of color and other marginalized communities.

What’s the number 1 thing listeners love about your podcast?

The varied perspectives of the guests.

Are you monetizing this podcast? If so, how?

No, but I would like to learn more about how I can do it, but only with organizations that align with our values.

What advice would you give a new podcaster?

It doesn’t have to be perfect. Be curious.

What’s your favorite podcast you listen to?

Code Switch

Anything else people should know about you or your podcast?

I’m pretty new to podcasting, so I’m open to feedback, tips, resources, etc.

Where can people follow you?

The best place to follow me and Partners in Diversity is on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Instagram.

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