Really, as long as I am working and have diversity, I am happy.
I have a vested interest in increasing the amount of diversity in my own business. That's something that I care about. So mentoring people who are trying to break into the business who could use a hand, that's the type of person I look for.
To get real diversity of thought, you need to find the people who genuinely hold different views and invite them into the conversation.
There is a real diversity of talent and background on the A list so as to better reflect our society in all walks. There are people who have been candidates before, Councillors, Doctors, business leaders, charity campaigners.
If giving points to some students to achieve greater diversity is a quota system in violation of the Constitution, how can the awarding of points to the children of a less diverse alumni be upheld?
But even race-neutral policies and recruitment efforts designed to achieve greater diversity are, in the end, not race neutral.
I just want to keep the diversity and the options open. In terms of what I'm looking for, I'd like to do a lead action role.
I do think that many Americans have a limited view of what constitutes Japanese cartooning based on what gets translated, so it's great to see an increase in diversity.
I think, overall, there is a lack of diversity in the arts. I'm thinking about when I was in grad school: I could probably count on one hand the number of minority students in the graduate school program.
Diversity can't be a fashionable thing: it should be here to stay.