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As Co-Chair of the Americas Race, Ethnicity & Faith Network at Euromoney, Shailyn felt compelled to write an article following the death of George Floyd about how Black and Brown employees were expected to fight for their human rights one day, and attend morning meetings unaffected the next. Since first becoming co-chair of the network more than three years ago, Shailyn helped introduce and promote ideas on education, inclusion, mentorship and career development at all stages of the business. She co-curated a detailed program for Black History Month inviting external speakers to discuss areas such as disability, sexuality, gender and socio-economic status in an effort to practice what was preached and remain intersectional in our group approach. Outside of Euromoney, Shailyn is a small businesses owner and member of the Justice Committee, a grassroots organization dedicated to building a movement against police violence and systemic racism in New York City.

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