1. Meet Farzana Nayani a recognized Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Specialist BizTalkRadio 34:22

Farzana Nayani (she/hers) is a recognized Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion specialist, business and
strategy coach, and international keynote speaker. She has worked with Fortune 500
corporations, public agencies, higher education institutions, school districts, and non-profit
organizations as a consultant and trainer on diversity and inclusion, intercultural communication,
supplier diversity, and employee engagement. Farzana’s advisory work with Employee Resource Groups (ERGs), small business advocacy, and
entrepreneurship, and racial equity & inclusion has taken her to engagements across North
America, from the White House to Silicon Valley. Farzana’s expertise has been featured in media
outlets such as The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, DiversityInc, Parents magazine, NPR, the
Washington Post, Marie Claire, and the LA Times. Her book, Raising Multiracial Children: Tools for
Nurturing Identity in a Radicalized World with North Atlantic Books was released in 2020 and
distributed by Penguin Random House.  Her latest book, The Power of Employee Resource
Groups: How People Create Authentic Change was released on June 7, 2022.

Adriane Berg Associate for Successful Aging & Ageless Travel

Adriane Berg is the Host of the two weekly podcasts, The Ageless Traveler: Lifelong Travel Made Easy and Generation Bold, The Fountain of Truth About Aging, as well as the author of fourteen books on money and lifestyle. She sits on the United Nations NGO-NYC Committee or Ageing and is Cheerleader in Chief for Business Authority 50+, guiding the growing number of later-life entrepreneurs to success. She is a Co-Founder of N.A.E.L.A., The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys.

Adriane is a highly sought-after business development consultant and inspirational keynote speaker, ready to present to your business or consumer audience.

Adriane's mission is to change our concept of aging and the mature life stage to one of good health, excitement, and accomplishment. Baby boomer women are the best educated and most affluent group of women in history. Yet, many struggle with one unifying issue. They have no real place for contribution.