Phillips Pathway for Inclusive Leadership
Harnessing the power of diversity, equity, and inclusion in business education.
The Phillips Pathway for Inclusive Leadership (PPIL) is a co-curricular program designed to provide students with the skills and strategies needed to develop as inclusive leaders. The program features robust elective programming offered throughout the student's educational journey, anchored on five essential inclusive leadership skills. Designed by Mariah Celestine '20 and Camira Livers-Powell '20 and based on the profound research of the late Professor Katherine Phillips, the program is a one-of-a kind diversity, equity, and inclusion requirement among Business Schools.
The broad goal of PPIL is to develop more inclusive leaders by introducing robust programming for students to explore and reflect on a combination of five inclusive leadership skills:
Community members interested in viewing a PPIL event can click here to watch the "Organizational Leadership Series with Rhonda Morris" hosted by the Sanford C. Bernstein Center for Leadership and Ethics at Columbia Business School. In this virtual event, Rhonda Morris, vice president and chief human resources officer of Chevron, and Adam Bryant, CBS' Senior Advisor to the Reuben Mark Initiative, discuss Rhonda's key leadership lessons and her thirty-year career with Chevron.