Judge Hatchett, shares her insights on Finding Your Purposeful Path: Dare to Take Charge, Motivating and Inspiring the Workforce to Expect and Work Toward Greatness, and The Corporate Challenge to Lead and Serve Inclusively.
She discusses how corporate and non-profit board members have an important role in building an inclusive workplace that drives people performance and financial results for organizations.
In 2016 Judge Glenda Hatchett represented the family of Philando Castile, a 32-year-old Black American man, who was fatally shot during a traffic stop by police officer Jeronimo Yanez of the St. Anthony police department, in a suburb of Saint Paul Minnesota that gained national and international news. At the time Judge Glenda Hatchett and many others also believe the violent death of Philando Castile was simply wrong. “I am deeply concerned about what seems to be an epidemic of African-American men being killed by police,” Hatchett said.
Glenda Hatchett has served as an American judge, attorney, founder of The Hatchett Firm, P.C. a national firm located in Atlanta, GA., and star of the former Sony Television court show, Judge Hatchett, and current-day, The Verdict with Judge Hatchett. She has served on the Boards of three Fortune 500 companies - HCA, The Gap Inc. and ServiceMaster Company.
In this episode listeners hear her perspective, as well as perseverance and passion for litigation, racial justice, and diversity & inclusion.