Five things I commit to doing about racism

Posted on: June 15, 2020

Listen. Understand my own bias. Speak out. Join in protest. Practice equality. The anti-racism protests have gained palpable momentum. I feel hope that we will finally act on systemic and institutionalized racism in America (and elsewhere) in a deep and meaningful way. On an emotional and rational level, we have had consensus on the immorality

“Show me the numbers.”

Posted on: June 9, 2020

Worry over the virus is decreasing, but folks continue to acknowledge that we are in this for the long-run. Consumers don’t seem to care how we reach a significant drop in cases and deaths — just as long as we get there. It’s hard to remember life pre-COVID given that we have been stuck in

Stepping into the unknown.

Posted on: June 9, 2020

Where will COVID-19 take us in a few weeks? Months? The next year? For the first time over the past few months of running these pulse checks, we can confidently say that there are two pulses: those who are feeling confident and seeing the situation from a glass-half-full perspective versus those who have an elevated, agitated