Diverse Unity. United Diversity. These Aren’t Oxymorons.

It was 1995, and Irwyn Ince had moved with his wife to Washington D.C. for a systems engineering job at Motorola. His plan was ambitious but realistic: He wanted to work his way up the corporate ladder to a vice presidency. Four or five years later, Ince earned the management opportunities he was working toward. To open those doors, he’d need to go back to school for an MBA. But almost inexpl

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This story is from Common Good issue 02.
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