One-on-One Interview With Kellie Ware-Seabron, Diversity and Inclusion Policy Analyst for the City of Pittsburgh

One-on-One Interview With Kellie Ware-Seabron, Diversity and Inclusion Policy Analyst for the City of Pittsburgh

Earlier this year, Pittsburgh Councilmembers R. Daniel Lavelle and Rev. Ricky Burgess introduced legislation that will require City of Pittsburgh Departments to embed equity and inclusive practices into their operations. The Councilmembers, on behalf of the Pittsburgh Black Elected Officials Coalition (PBEOC), worked with Mayor Peduto and the Pittsburgh All-In Cities’ Equitable Development Collaborative to draft the legislation. Kellie Ware-Seabron is working hard to create a more equitable Pittsburgh, a city, according to Ware-Seaborn, where your race, the neighborhood you live in, your finances, your sexual orientation, your gender identity or expression, your immigration status and your education level doesn’t determine your quality of life. It’s a Pittsburgh where all communities are doing well, and every resident is meaningfully participating in and enjoying the city’s success.

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