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Netta Jenkins
CEO, Aerodei

Ngozi Okeh
Editor at CCRcorp

Netta Jenkins is CEO of Aerodei, a gamified platform for organizations that ignite Inclusion efforts by measuring the impact of every employee and offers real-time employer data. Aerodei’s platform organically enhances representation, retention, growth, and engagement. Netta is a doctoral student focused on quality systems and management and an author of The Inclusive Organization, listed by Forbes as one of the top 4 DEI books to read.  Netta has been advising corporations and audiences of all kinds for over 15 years on the most effective strategies to address inequitable gaps, which played a key factor in Forbes naming her as one of the top 7 Anti-Racism educators in the world. She has also given a ground-breaking TEDx talk, “Reimagining the Workplace.”


  • We learn about Netta’s origin story and gain insight into her journey to becoming a DEI practitioner.
  • We learn what made Netta need to write “The Inclusive Organization” and why it is different from other books you might find on the shelf.
  • Netta addresses the misconception that DEI is not essential to an organization like other verticles, such as finance or accounting, and explains why this misconception is so prevalent.
  • We discuss the importance of diversity on the interview panel and practical ways that organizations or teams with little diversity implement this recommendation.