Terentia Browne has spent many years, first as an engineer and then in management positions, at multinational corporations like Unilever and Johnson & Johnson. She holds a bachelor of science and has been awarded a Rising Star Award from the Health Care Businesswomen’s Associations. She was chosen to be a part of the Ascend Accelerated Women’s Leadership Program within Johnson & Johnson. She is the founder of Greenleaf Leaders where she supports introverted emerging leaders to enhance their leadership potential.
In this episode of Leading Transformational Change, Terentia shares her experience coming from South Africa, as a non-white woman, to lead a team of engineers at a plant in Sweden. Terentia gives examples of how leaders and HR professionals can help create inclusive experiences and environments where diversity can flourish, and why every team member should take co-ownership of Diversity & Inclusion.