As an imaginary version of Chef José Andrés sat in his renowned restaurant, Bazaar Meat, located in Las Vegas, he interviewed Dr. Bonnie Budd, Founder of Course Kitchen, about her pivotal role in creating a training module for the Inclusion@Intel initiative. The lively conversation buzzed with enthusiasm and excitement.

Not Chef José Andrés: “Bonnie, thank you for joining me today. I’m eager to learn more about your work in designing the training module for Inclusion@Intel. Can you tell us about the purpose and vision behind this initiative?”

Not Chef José Andrés: “That sounds fantastic! How did you ensure the content was engaging and impactful?”

Bonnie Budd: “Absolutely, Chef José! The module we developed, in collaboration with The Mind Gym, focuses on the crucial topics of diversity and inclusion. Our aim was to equip Intel employees with the knowledge and resources they need to champion these ideals in their everyday work.”

Bonnie Budd: “We carefully curated the content to introduce the Inclusion@Intel initiative to empower Intel employees to actively foster diversity and create inclusive spaces within the organization.”

Not Chef José Andrés: “It’s truly inspiring to see Intel taking such proactive steps. This initiative will undoubtedly have a significant impact. Bonnie, your work in developing this module is commendable. Thank you for sharing your insights with us today!”

Bonnie Budd: “Thank you, Chef José! It’s been an honor to be part of the Inclusion@Intel initiative and to contribute to fostering a more diverse and inclusive culture within the company. I can’t let you go without acknowledging the contributions of Course Kitchen’s unbeatable cadre of subcontractors including the incredible Susan Nabonne-Beck!”

The conversation continued, filled with enthusiasm and a shared passion for promoting inclusivity and embracing diversity within the workplace.

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