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Tune into MFHA’s new podcast, A Seat at the Table

The podcast from the Multicultural Foodservice & Hospitality Alliance offers a unique view of cultural intelligence and its importance to the workplace.

A Seat at the Table is the all-new podcast from the Multicultural Foodservice & Hospitality Alliance (MFHA) offering a unique view of cultural intelligence and its importance to the workplace. The goal: to help the industry understand cultural differences, the uniqueness within multicultural communities, and the benefits diversity brings to business. Each episode, join Gerry Fernandez, founder and president of the MFHA, as he takes the listener through first-hand experiences with topics such as anti-racism behavior for business, an industry call to action for diversity and inclusion, and black leadership perspectives.

A new podcast airs every other Tuesday. The debut episode, Cultural Intelligence and Why We Need to Understand Itfeatures Dr. Sandra Upton of the Cultural Intelligence Center. Subscribe through your favorite podcast service.

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