Ep. 19 – CEO Disrupts Racial Inequality w/Jamal Malone

by | Apr 13, 2021 | Podcasts | 0 comments

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About our Guest

 jamal malone

Jamal Malone is a Chief Executive Officer at Ada S. McKinley, a multi-state, not-for-profit, human services agency. Ada S. McKinley is one of the largest human services organizations in the region serving more than 7,000 people each year at 70+ program sites.  Ada S. McKinley has three primary areas of service:  child development and youth services; employment and community support services; and behavioral health and clinical programs. Jamal leads a $40MM budget and over 500 staff. Jamal was placed by Chris and his team in 2014 to fill this important role. 

In this episode, Jamal discusses how his organization disrupts the common cycle that leads to disproportionate incarceration rates of minorities. He also discusses his journey to his position as a first-time CEO. 

One lesson he learned is that everything a CEO does, big or small, reflects on the company.

Do you agree or disagree?

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