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Diversity at the leadership table brings out different examples of how we live and shows how similar we are.
“Because I come from an unconventional route to journalism, I also look at unconventional ways to find journalists or potential people to be broadcasters. I scour the newspapers, the local newspapers, the ethnic newspapers. I scour the TV channels and see who’s doing what. I try and find opportunities for people who wouldn’t normally have an opportunity to get in…. I’m not afraid to give people a chance who may not have the experience because I didn’t have it either when I started, so I’m very open to that as long as they’re willing to work hard.”
“The benefits of having diverse leaders at the table is that you get more diverse stories out there. And the more diverse the stories are, I find, the more we realize how similar we really are in this world. You need that diversity among that leadership so that we hear different stories and get different examples of how we all live and show that we all need to live together. I think that brings us closer together and makes us live better together because we understand each other better.”
Nick Davis was the senior producer of Metro Morning on CBC Radio One. Nick has published and edited magazines, been a crime reporter, hosted TV programs and radio programs, and lectured on journalism.