58 min


How to be an active ally in the workplace

What's covered

Register for this impactful conversation on allyship with Dominique Hollins and Karen Fleshman, top diversity, inclusion and equity leaders whose powerful contributions continue to transform the cultures of teams and organizations across the globe.

Join us, as Dominique and Karen share actionable anecdotes and lessons they've learned on what it means to be an active ally within your organization. They will discuss the key distinctions between performative and effective allyship, and how true allyship requires much more than just building a diverse team.

Together, we’ll learn shifts you can make starting this week to be a more effective ally at work, inspire greater trust in your leadership, and build more inclusive products that powerfully impact the lives of your diverse communities and customers.

As part of our live discussion, you will have an opportunity to ask Dominique and Karen your top questions around allyship and other challenges pertaining to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging in the workplace.

Meet our speakers


Dominique Hollins


Dominique Hollins is a Hone facilitator, business operations leader and a workplace equity expert. With over 12 years of experience in the technology and financial services industries, she has provided guidance and coaching to executive leaders and professionals within North America, Germany and the United Kingdom. Dominique has worked at Google, eBay, is the co-founder of Our Collective in partnership with the Kapor Center and is the Founder and CEO of WĒ360, a workplace equity consulting firm. Dominique was recently inducted in the 2019 class of Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Next Gen and is dedicated to personal and professional growth through human connection.


Karen Fleshman


Karen Fleshman is a single soccer mom, mentor, activist, entrepreneur, attorney, author, educator, proud San Franciscan, and a role model for white women. In 2014, she founded Racy Conversations, a workplace workshop facilitation company, to inspire the antiracist generation. Her first book White Women We Need to Talk: Doing Our Part to End Racism, will be published by Sounds True in 2021 and is available for preorder here.

About Hone

Hone is the management and people skills solution for modern teams.

We founded Hone after personally experiencing the need for better leadership and manager development, as executives in hyper-growth companies and culture consultants to hundreds of organizations across dozens of industries. Hone brings together the latest in leadership and management research, learning science, top instructors, and a unique technology platform to create a world-class, live online leadership development experience that is more accessible and measurable than ever before.